HELP FLIP - Supreme Court In Wisconsin

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Three judges and a former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice are running for a seat on the state's highest court in a race that will decide control of the court at a time when legal challenges over the state's abortion ban and the Republican-favored legislative maps could come before court. 

FEBRUARY 21st PRIMARY!  Wisconsin will vote for a Supreme Court justice, deciding whether the Court has a liberal or conservative majority for at least the next two years. Though these elections are technically non-partisan, the ideology of the court will have a tremendous impact on rights that Democrats are staunchly protective of. The GOP has been stacking courts for decades. Now, Democrats are fighting back. Jill Karofsky brought a new level of attention to this effort with her election to Wisconsin's Supreme Court in 2020. Let's continue that momentum by officially flipping the 4-3 conservative majority this April!

Waukesha County Judge Jennifer Dorow, former state Supreme Court Justice Dan Kelly, Dane County Judge Everett Mitchell and Milwaukee County Judge Janet Protasiewicz will meet in a Feb. 21 primary election. The two candidates who receive the most votes will advance to the April 4 spring election.

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