A Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice says he will run for reelection.
Justice David Prosser has says his 12 years on the court, 18 years in the state Assembly, and work in several other areas of government have given him the experience needed to serve the people of the state effectively. He plans to seek another 10 year term this coming April.
Prosser was first appointed to the court in 1998 by then Governor Tommy Thompson and was reelected without opposition in 2001.
At least two other candidates have said they plan to oppose Prosser in the non-partisan election. They are Madison attorney Joel Winnig and Marla Stephens with the state Public Defender’s Office.