Waukesha, Wis. (December 19, 2022) –Despite announcing her campaign less than three weeks ago, Judge Jennifer Dorow became the first candidate for Wisconsin Supreme Court to turn in her nomination signatures on Monday. Judge Dorow’s campaign submitted 4,000 signatures, which is the maximum the Wisconsin Elections Commission will accept. Candidates for Supreme Court need to submit at least 2,000 valid signatures by January 3, 2023, to be included on the ballot for the anticipated February 21, 2023, primary.

“I’m thrilled and extremely grateful to those who have signed my nomination papers for this important election,” said Judge Dorow. “Reaching this goal in under three weeks is a testament to my team and the broad support we are building across the state. As I talk with voters, it is clear they want to elect a justice who respects the Constitution, is committed to the rule of law and will fairly and faithfully apply the law to the facts of the cases that come before the Wisconsin Supreme Court.”

Judge Dorow, who is Chief Judge for the Third Judicial District, has been on the bench for 11 years. She was recently chosen by her peers to serve as Chief of the Chief Judges. Judge Dorow brings 26 years of judicial and law experience, including as a prosecutor, guardian ad litem and private practice attorney. Her husband, Brian Dorow, has a distinguished 30-year career serving in various capacities in law enforcement, including in the Department of Homeland Security. The Dorows live in Waukesha County and have three children.

For more information, please visit judgejennifer.com.

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