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Waukesha, Wis. (January 5, 2023) – Judge Jennifer Dorow’s campaign for Wisconsin Supreme Court announced today endorsement from the Milwaukee Police Association (MPA). The MPA represents the more than 1,400 courageous men and women who serve in the Milwaukee Police Department.
“The Milwaukee Police Association and its 1,400 members deeply appreciate Judge Dorow’s support and respect for law enforcement, and we are proud to support her for the Wisconsin Supreme Court,” said Alexander Ayala, Vice President of the Milwaukee Police Association. “Judge Dorow comes from a law enforcement family and knows firsthand the day in the line of duty. She is committed to upholding the rule of law and applying the law as it is writing. Her background as a successful attorney and her years of experience on the bench make her the best choice for the state’s highest court.”
“It is a tremendous honor to receive the Milwaukee Police Association’s endorsement in this race for a seat on the state’s highest court,” said Judge Dorow. “As the wife of a former cop, I know how our men and women in blue put their lives on the line every day to protect and serve the rest of us. Law enforcement trusts me to protect the public and defend the rule of law on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and I won’t let them down.”
In addition to the MPA, Judge Dorow has received an impressive list of endorsements that include the Waukesha Police Chiefs Association, 33 bi-partisan sheriffs, retired Justice Jon Wilcox, and Fond du Lac County District Attorney and President of the Wisconsin District Attorney’s Association Eric Toney.
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 in private practice. Her husband, Brian, served in various capacities of law enforcement, and they have three children.