State Supreme Court candidates Dallet, Screnock advance to April 3 General Election; Voters approve all 5 school referendums

Two Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates – Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet and Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock – advanced in Tuesday’s Primary Election to the April 3 General Election. Madison attorney Tim Burns was eliminated from the race.

Dallet has criticized Screnock for being “beholden” to Republican and conservative interests including Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce and the Republican Party of Wisconsin.

“I think the people are ready to have a Supreme Court justice who has the experience we need to stand up for our values and are tired of special interest money,” Dallet said.

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Also on February 20, voters approved all five school referendums that were on the ballot, and each by large margins. Here are the results, as compiled by the Department of Public Instruction:

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Michael Screnock and Rebecca Dallet advance in Supreme Court race

Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock and Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet will compete for a 10-year term on the state’s highest court in the April 3 general election. The two candidates prevailed in Tuesday’s primary election, topping Madison attorney Tim Burns, who was eliminated from the race.

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