March 29, 2016
Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg Previously Rejected by Wisconsin
[Madison, Wis.] – Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg already has a record of being rejected by Wisconsin’s voters. She ran for the Wisconsin State Supreme Court in 2011 with the backing of special interests and public sector union bosses; she lost to Justice Prosser. The only race Judge Kloppenburg has won was a race for Court of Appeals—she ran unopposed.
“Judge Kloppenburg is no independent, and Wisconsin voters have already said no to her overly left-wing agenda once before.” said Pat Garrett, spokesman for the Republican Party of Wisconsin. “Now she is running again hoping Wisconsin voters forgot about her overly partisan agenda and deep connections to Wisconsin Democrats.”
Wisconsin has already said no to Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg’s radical ideology
- In 2011, Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg ran against Justice David Prosser. During that race, Kloppenburg was the left’s champion like she is now.
- Kloppenburg was defeated by Justice Prosser by over 7,000 votes.
- In 2012, Kloppenburg ran for Court of Appeals, she was victorious because no one else ran against her.
- Now she’s hoping voters forgot about her political agenda.
Wisconsin has already said no to Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg. She can’t hide her radical ideology and ties to Wisconsin Democrats. Find out more go to www.wisgop.org.
 (Krueger, K., “After grueling Wisconsin Supreme Court race, JoAnne Kloppenburg finds easy campaign for Court of Appeals,” Isthmus, 1/23/2012 Web. 2/22/2016)