Opposing viewpoints on state supreme court candidates
Reader supports Neubauer
The following questions are important to consider before voting for Wisconsin State Supreme Court on April 2.
What does it tell me about Judge Lisa Neubauer’s opponent when the Wisconsin Real Estate Association has withdrawn its endorsement of and donation to her opponent, with the statement, “…. because of issues with which we do not want to be associated and that directly conflict with the principles of our organization and the value of its members.”
Should I vote for Judge Lisa Neubauer, endorsed by more than 325 judges (98 percent of the judges) appointed by both Republicans and Democrats, instead of her opponent, endorsed by only five judges?
What does it tell me about Judge Lisa Neubauer’s opponent when the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will not spend money on the race, “…because of his role in creating a private elementary school that allows gay students to be expelled.”
Lastly, should I vote for Judge Lisa Neubauer endorsed by over 80 prosecutors, sheriffs and law enforcement officials instead of her opponent endorsed by only 36 sheriffs?
I know I will be voting for Judge Lisa Neubauer for fair and impartial justice. What about you?
Kay Hoff, Minocqua
High court; high stakes
April 2 is a Big Day! All over Wisconsin, citizens will vote for our new Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice. We need a justice who champions the rule of law fairly to everyone. Judge Brian Hagedorn will uphold the constitution as it is written. He understands that political views have no place on our state’s highest court.
You can learn about Judge Brian Hagedorn’s qualifications by searching judgehagedorn.com.
Judge Brian Hagedorn is a Christian and his opponent’s allies have been attacking him because of his Christian faith. She has not denounced these attacks.
Stand Up! Fight for Justice! Vote April 2 For Judge Brian Hagedorn!
Carol Cady, Arbor Vitae