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On April 2, we have a huge Supreme Court justice vote to make. This choice is between Judge Brian Hagedorn who is a constitutionalist, and will not legislate from the bench, and his opponent, Judge Lisa Neubauer, who is married to a former Democratic assemblyman and whose daughter currently serves as a Democratic assemblywoman, which represents an enormous conflict of interest.

Supreme Court justices are elected for 10-year terms and judicial decisions cannot be changed so this vote is even bigger than a governor election. If you stand for the constitution, then the choice is clear, Judge Hagedorn.

Beyond that, Judge Hagedorn has the endorsement of dozens of dozens of Wisconsin sheriffs and has the endorsement of sitting and retired Supreme Court justices, and his opponent's primary weapon against him has been to attack his Christian faith.

The choice is clear, vote Hagedorn for Supreme Court on April 2.

Douglas Fearing, Portage 

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