A member of the state Supreme Court plans to seek another ten year term on the bench. Justice Ann Walsh Bradley officially announced her re-election campaign Tuesday morning, outside of the Marathon County Courthouse.
Bradley has served in the state’s highest court for two terms already. She was first elected to the bench in 1995 and was re-elected in 2005. In a statement, she said “After twenty years on the Supreme Court and nearly thirty as a judge, I understand the importance and the critical role of our highest court. I will never stop working to defend individual rights, hold our government accountable under the constitution, and protect the people of Wisconsin.”
Bradley will face at least one other challenger, after Rock County Circuit Judge James Daley announced his candidacy this past November. If another challenger emerges, there will be a primary in the race in February. If one does not, Bradley and Daley will face each other in a statewide election on April 7.