Flip the Wisconsin Supreme Court
On April 4, Wisconsin voters will have the chance to flip the Wisconsin Supreme Court to a progressive 4-3 majority—and we’re going all in to support this competitive race.
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Why this race matters
We need a progressive majority on the court to protect our rights and the integrity of future free and fair democratic elections. The state’s Supreme Court may soon decide on a wide range of issues with major implications for Wisconsinites and the entire country:
- ➩ Fair maps & representation: The Wisconsin GOP was able to pass some of the most egregiously gerrymandered legislative maps in the country, which were selected by the conservative court.
- ➩ Abortion access: A law from 1849 criminalizing abortion in the state went into effect after Roe was overturned. The law is currently being challenged by the state’s Democratic Attorney General.
- ➩ Protecting voting rights and combating GOP election subversion: A progressive court majority could thwart Wisconsin Republicans’ legislative efforts to subvert the will of the voters in this 2024 battleground.
In 2019, a conservative justice won his WI Supreme Court election by about 6,000 votes. This year’s race is going to be just as competitive—and it’s absolutely winnable.
Meet the progressive candidate
Judge Janet Protasiewicz is a community leader, a veteran prosecutor, and a lifelong advocate for victims of crime. She earned her bachelor’s degree at UW Milwaukee and her law degree at Marquette University, where she later served as an Adjunct Professor of Law. Before being elected to the bench, she served more than 25 years as Assistant District Attorney, where she prosecuted serious crimes, and successfully argued in front of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
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