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Screnock for Supreme Court

The U.S. Constitution calls for three co-equal branches of government. The Legislature makes the law; the Executive enforces the law and the Judicial applies and interprets the law (as written). There is the line drawn between permissible judicial interpretation of law vs. impermissible judicial creation of law.

On April 3, we will have an opportunity to vote for a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice who will respect the Constitution.

Judge Michael Screnock will not legislate from the bench. He is not an activist judge. Judge Screnock will review a case and apply the law as written. He is dedicated to upholding the separation of powers and the rule of law.

Judge Screnock stated, “Having an independent judiciary comprised of justices with an unwavering commitment to upholding the rule of law, to recognizing and respecting the separation of powers, and to interpreting the constitution as it was intended is critical to preserving and maintaining democracy.”

Vote for Judge Michael Screnock on Tuesday, April 3.

Douglas Rogalla

Kendall, Wis.


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