Judge Michael Screnock in my opinion is the only conservative judge on the Feb. 20 spring primary ballot.

It is my understanding one of the other candidates is talking in the media about how they would rule on cases that haven’t been presented before them. Is that blind justice or political activism and legislating from the bench? That is not what I want from our judges.

It is also my impression from the ads I’ve seen on TV by the third candidate that they appear to be accusing the president of the United States of violating our human rights. Again, making actual or veiled accusations about elected officials--is that what the judiciary is about now?

Screnock is currently on the circuit court bench in Sauk County, and every indication I’ve seen or heard shows he abides by the rule of law!

President Trump did his job in nominating Justice Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. Now we the people of Wisconsin have to do our job and elect Screnock to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Republicans lost the 10th Senate District a few weeks ago mainly because of low conservative voter turnout. State Supreme Court justices are elected for a 10-year term. Are you willing to forfeit your vote that will last at least 10 years?

I’m voting for Michael Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court on Feb. 20 and again on April 3 in the Spring Election.



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