KLOPPENBURG VOTE IS A VOTE FOR JUSTICE
Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg is described as “fair”, “impartial,” “independent,” “intelligent,” and a person of “integrity” in the endorsement from the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin.
Judge Kloppenburg is described this way by the Wisconsin Professional Police Association with 10,000 members: “Judge Kloppenburg’s broad experience, deep understanding of the law, and demonstrated ability to be impartial make her the best candidate for our state’s highest court” in their press release endorsing Judge Kloppenburg for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
WPPA Executive Director Jim Palmer stated: “During her interview with our board, Judge Kloppenburg demonstrated an impressive knowledge of the way in which courts analyze the law enforcement actions.”
Judge Kloppenburg attended Yale University, Princeton University, and the University of Wisconsin.
***is currently the presiding judge on the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, District 4, with experience in judicial decision making.
*** is a mentor with the Dane County Bar Association and an English as a Second Language tutor.
***served the people of Wisconsin for 23 years as an assistant district attorney at the Wisconsin Department of Justice “handling hundreds of cases in courts around the state.”
***clerked for U. S. District Court Judge Barbara Crabb.
***interned for Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson.
*** served in the Peace Corp as the rural development planner in Botswana from 1976-1979. She stayed an extra year because the government of Botswana asked her to direct rural development for the entire country.
***established the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children in upstate New York after serving in the Peace Corp.
Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg is “fair”, “impartial,” “independent,” “intelligent,” and a person of “integrity” with “broad experience, a deep understanding of the law, and a demonstrated ability to be impartial.”
Vote for Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg for the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Tuesday, April 5th.