Supreme Court Candidate Marla Stephens Partisan Hypocrisy
February 4, 2011, Milwaukee, WI– In a recent TV interview, Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate, Marla Stephens, the Appellate Division director in the Office of the State Public Defender, expressed her dismay at how the Supreme Court is becoming very partisan and very divided due to a block of four justices who call themselves conservative. Stephens […]
Spring elections in Wisconsin are often overshadowed by events like the sun returning to the state and opening day for the Brewers. But this year an extremely important and historic election should command resident’s attention. The race for Supreme Court features a new public financing component and could shake up the current 4-3 conservative […]
The Wisconsin statute regarding eligibility to vote in Wisconsin is very simple. One must be 1.) a United States citizen 2.) at least 18-years-old 3.) a resident of Wisconsin for 10 days or more 4.) not currently serving a sentence, including probation or parole, for a felony conviction1 Seems straightforward. But it’s […]
Supreme Court Candidate Associates with Shock Jock and Disgraced Former Attorney General
Gwen Moore’s Protest of the Constitution Lacks Integrity
A “personal question” to each of the candidates.
On January 6, the 112th Congress opened by reading the Constitution aloud for the very first time. A group of Democrats including Wisconsin Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-4) chose to stand outside the Capital with organizers from the National Organization for Women (NOW) to criticize the Constitution and recent remarks made by sitting […]