Four labor unions that represent local law enforcement personnel are backing incumbent Kevin Croninger for Monroe County District Attorney.
The Tomah Professional Police Association, Sparta Professional Police Association, Monroe County Professional Association and Wisconsin Troopers Association announced their backing of Croninger in the Aug. 9 Republican primary.
“Kevin has always made himself available at all hours of the day and night to assist us with any questions we have,” a press release from the unions stated. “We have witnessed him be an advocate for victims and someone who will give them a voice.”
The release said Croninger has a “proven record over the year in prosecuting cases, including drug trafficking, sexual assault, robbery and attempted homicide.”
Croninger is being challenged in the GOP primary by Tomah attorney Aaron Lueck. The winner of the Republican primary faces no opposition in the Nov. 8 general election.