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Waukesha, Wis. (January 16, 2023) – Michael Grebe, a prominent local conservative, attorney, and philanthropist, announced today his endorsement of Judge Jennifer Dorow in the race for Wisconsin Supreme Court.
“After considering Judge Dorow’s extensive judicial experience, her commitment to upholding the constitution and her broad appeal as a candidate, it became clear to me that she is my choice for the Wisconsin Supreme Court,” said Michael Grebe.
“Mike Grebe is a giant of Wisconsin’s business, legal and philanthropic communities and a respected conservative,” said Judge Dorow. “I am honored to have earned his endorsement for the state’s highest court.”
Grebe’s endorsement is the second major endorsement in just over a week for Judge Dorow. She was also endorsed by Justice Patience Drake Roggensack – the woman she is seeking to succeed on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Dorow’s campaign has also previously announced the endorsement of retired Justice Jon Wilcox, the Milwaukee Police Association, the Waukesha Police Chiefs Association, Fond du Lac County District Attorney and President of the Wisconsin District Attorney’s Association Eric Toney, and 36 bi-partisan Wisconsin sheriffs.
Dorow, who is Chief Judge for the Third Judicial District, has been on the bench for 11 years. She was recently chosen by her peers to serve as Chief of the Chief Judges. Prior to becoming a judge, Dorow worked as an attorney in the Waukesha County District Attorney’s office and private practice. Her husband, Brian, served in various capacities in law enforcement, and they have three children.