Strongly recommend a vote for Judge Michael Screnock for the Wisconsin Supreme Court in the April 3rd election. Of the two candidates, Judge Screnock is the more experienced and thus better qualified. He will protect and uphold the constitution and the rule of law.

After an undergraduate degree from UW-Madison, Judge Screnock earned an MBA and then returned home to Reedsburg. There he served in the community development program as building inspector and then as finance director. He later became city administrator for Washburn and Ashland’s finance director. After more than 11 years in local government, he attended law school at UW-Madison.

For almost a decade after law school, Judge Screnock worked for a prestigious Wisconsin law firm where he worked on a variety of complex cases and practiced before the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and the Wisconsin Supreme Court. He also wrote on administrative law topics for a Wisconsin State Bar publication. In 2015 he was appointed to the Sauk County Circuit Court and won an election unopposed in 2016.

Compare this to his opponent, who lacks this diverse legal experience, government management experience and Wisconsin heritage. Further, Judge Screnock is endorsed by 64 percent of Wisconsin’s county sheriffs to include Monroe County’s Scott Perkins.

Vote for Judge Screnock for Supreme Court. He will uphold the constitution, the rule of law, and will not legislate from the bench.

John Christy,

Sparta

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