MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Judge Janet Protasiewicz will participate in the State Bar of Wisconsin’s debate on Tuesday, March 21st. This televised debate will be available to voters statewide. She has also agreed to participate in a forum hosted by All Voting is Local, Campus Vote Project, and VoteRiders, focused on younger voters, and to participate in editorial board meetings with the Wisconsin State Journal and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“Judge Janet Protasiewicz has spent the past year traveling across Wisconsin and speaking directly with voters about what’s at stake in this race and why she is the best candidate to return fairness and impartiality to the court,” said Janet for Justice spokesperson Sam Roecker. “Judge Protasiewicz looks forward to the opportunity to participate in the State Bar of Wisconsin’s debate and these other forums, and highlight her three decades of experience and service to the state. These are just a few of the many opportunities voters will have to compare Janet’s record as an experienced prosecutor and judge who is committed to protecting our constitutional freedoms and following the law, and Dan Kelly, an extremist who will use this seat to promote his own political agenda.”
In addition to the State Bar of Wisconsin debate, the Protasiewicz campaign has agreed to a candidate forum sponsored by All Voting is Local, Campus Vote Project, and VoteRiders on March 28th. Protasiewicz has also offered to appear in front of organizations across Wisconsin ahead of the April election and she plans to participate in editorial board interviews with the Wisconsin State Journal and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In January, Protasiewicz also participated in the WisPolitics.com candidate forum.