Over the past few months, I have observed Judge Rebecca Dallet campaign tirelessly for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. She is, beyond a doubt, the most qualified candidate to take on this role. As a judge here in Vernon County, I know what it takes to serve in our courtrooms. Judge Rebecca Dallet has more than two decades of experience doing just that.

She has spent the past 23 years working in our Wisconsin courtrooms to ensure justice for the people of our state. Her background includes presiding over more than 10,000 cases and 260 jury trials. She has firsthand experience in felony and misdemeanor courts, domestic violence and child abuse and neglect cases, homicide and sensitive crimes, family court, gun and drug court, and civil court. This experience is invaluable and should not be underestimated.

She can deliver justice for us, and that’s why I’m proud to support her in this race. People in our community have lost trust in the judicial system. Our next Supreme Court Justice must be prepared to get to work on day one to restore confidence in our courts. I believe Judge Rebecca Dallet is the best person for the job. She understands the problems facing our courts and she will be an outstanding addition to the Supreme Court. We, the people, deserve a champion for justice and that person is Judge Rebecca Dallet.

Darcy Rood, Vernon County Circuit Court Judge

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