Justice Rebecca BradleyI recently had the privilege to personally meet Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley. Rebecca Bradley is being opposed in the April 5th election by JoAnne Kloppenberg. JoAnne Kloppenburg is a presiding judge for the Wisconsin Court of Appeals District IV, and a ultra-liberal.

Gov. Scott Walker appointed Rebecca Bradley to the Supreme Court in October 2015, following the death of Supreme Court Justice N. Patrick Crooks on September 21, 2015. Justice Crooks was an outstanding jurist dedicated to the law, to truth, and to justice.

In appointing Rebecca Bradley to the Supreme Court, Governor Walker said “I want someone of integrity who understands the law; and most importantly, I want someone who understands that the role of the judiciary is to uphold the Constitution of this country and of this state and those laws duly enacted within.”

Justice Rebecca Bradley is an impartial and independent voice on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Justice Rebecca Bradley believes that a justice is supposed to uphold the law in a fair, impartial and independent way.

She has deep respect for separation of powers and the belief that legislators are supposed to make the laws not judges on the bench. Rebecca Bradley doesn’t want to legislate from the bench because she believes a judge must be impartial and free of political agendas.

She will be tough but fair and make sure people receive the dignity and respect they deserve.20 years of experience in the courtroom gives her the experience needed to serve Wisconsin.

She has also received endorsements from more than 135 sheriffs, judges, district attorneys and law enforcement organizations across Wisconsin— people who belong to both political parties. Polk County Sheriff Pete Johnson has endorsed Rebecca Bradley. Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who won the 2014 General Election on the Democratic ticket with 79% of the vote, is a is a staunch supporter of Justice Bradley because he knows we need her proven experience and impartiality on Wisconsin’s highest court.

Judge Bradley received her J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1996. In 2012, Judge Bradley was named one of Milwaukee’s Leading Lawyers in Litigation, Business Law, and Internet Law by M Magazine.

She received the 2010 Women in Law Award from the Wisconsin Law Journal and was named a “Rising Star” Attorney on the 2010 and 2008 Wisconsin Super Lawyers list. Judge Bradley also served as President, and has served on the Board of Advisors, of the Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society, an organization founded on the principle that it is emphatically the province and duty of the judiciary to say what the law is, not what it should be.

Please vote for Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley on April 5, 2016.

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