Spring Election

Vote for Judge Lisa Neubauer for Supreme Court on April 2nd

It’s time to vote again! April 2nd is Election Day, and one of the most important races on the ballot is the contest for Wisconsin Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court plays a fundamental role in decisions about our environment. That’s why Wisconsin Conservation Voters has endorsed Lisa Neubauer for Supreme Court. Judge Neubauer’s record and experience, as well as her commitment to impartiality, earned her the organization’s endorsement.

Judge Neubauer’s record speaks for itself. She is an impartial judge who considers scientific evidence when considering cases that impact the environment. She ruled in favor of the public trust doctrine, an important part of the Wisconsin constitution that says our waters are owned in common by all Wisconsin citizens and protected for the use and enjoyment of all Wisconsinites.

Her opponent, Brian Hagedorn, refused to even fill out our candidate questionnaire. As former Governor Scott Walker’s chief legal counsel, he was involved in creating the many laws that put the interests of polluters over the people of Wisconsin, as well as the Walker Administration’s move to join the federal lawsuit against the Clean Power Plan.

In comparison, Judge Neubauer’s impartiality and experience has earned her the support of sheriffs – Democrat and Republican – across the state, as well as the support of 331 current and former judges. Brian Hagedorn has been endorsed by just 6 current and former judges.

Now it’s our turn. As conservation voters, we need to make sure we show up at the polls and vote for Judge Lisa Neubauer. Early voting has started in some communities, and Election Day is Tuesday, April 2nd.

Judge Lisa Neubauer Justice of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin

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• Wisconsin Supreme Court, Judge Lisa Neubauer endorsed

Judge Lisa Neubauer is the clear choice for conservation in Wisconsin.

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Voter Resources

Voting rights in Wisconsin have been degraded in recent years, but it is still easy to vote. Use these resources to ensure you have a successful Election Day. Or better yet, cast an early vote. If you can't find what you're looking for here and still have questions about voting in Wisconsin give us a call at 608-661-0845 and we'll help find the answer.

Voter Resources

Voting rights in Wisconsin have been degraded in recent years, but it is still easy to vote. Use these resources to ensure you have a successful Election Day. Or better yet, cast an early vote. If you can't find what you're looking for here and still have questions about voting in Wisconsin give us a call at 608-661-0845 and we'll help find the answer.