There are three candidates seeking one seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. A primary election is scheduled for February 20, which will narrow the field to two candidates. The candidates are seeking to replace Michael Gableman, who is not seeking reelection. The April 3 election will determine the winner. Below are the three candidates, listed in alphabetical order.
Tim Burns: Burns is a lawyer in Madison. Burns is a graduate of Weber State University and the University of Missouri School of Law. According to his campaign page, Burns has chaired the American Bar Association's committee on Fair and Impartial Courts, and currently serves on the national board of the American Constitution Society, an organization that focuses on constitutional issues.
Burns and his wife Pam, live in Middleton with their three children. You can find his campaign site here.
Rebecca Dallet: Dallet is judge for the Milwaukee County Circuit Court. Dallet is a graduate of Ohio State University and Case Western Reserve University Law School. According to her campaign page, Dallet has spent more than 20 years in Wisconsin court rooms fighting to ensure justice for people in the state.
You can find her campaign site here.
Michael Screnock: Screnock is a judge for the Sauk County Circuit Court. Screnock is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Eastern University. According to his campaign page, Screnock served in local government for 12 years before attending law school. He worked at law firm in Madison prior to being appointed to the Sauk County Circuit Court by Gov. Walker.
Screnock and his wife Karen have three adult sons and one daughter-in-law. You can find his campaign site here.