Democracy and Fairness

On April 7, citizens will have the opportunity to make an impact on our Supreme Court. The Wisconsin AFL-CIO supports Ann Walsh Bradley for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Justice Bradley is tough, independent and fair. Honoring the true nature of Wisconsin’s nonpartisan judiciary, Ann Walsh Bradley has refused to accept any monetary donations from political parties. We can trust Justice Bradley to make decisions based on the law, not on the wishes of special interest donors.

On Tuesday’s ballot, there will also be a constitutional amendment as well as local elections. We urge you to vote NO on Question 1, the Chief Justice Amendment. The amendment is a power-grab designed by special interests to take away power from the people of Wisconsin.

Click here for a list of locally endorsed candidates.

Vote for democracy and fairness. Vote to uphold the constitution. Vote with the people. Vote NO on Question 1, Chief Justice Constitutional Amendment. Vote for Ann Walsh Bradley for Supreme Court.

In Solidarity,
Phil Neuenfeldt, President
Stephanie Bloomingdale, Secretary-Treasurer
Wisconsin AFL-CIO

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