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Karofsky makes campaign push in La Crosse ahead of Feb. 18 primary

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LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) --- Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidate Jill Karofsky shook hands and talked with her supports at Bodega Brew Pub on Friday as she makes her final push toward the February primary.

The Dane County Circuit Court Judge faces Marquette University Law Professor Ed Fallone and incumbent Justice Dan Kelly. The two that receive the most votes on Tuesday's election will face off on April 7.

The Middleton native was elected as the Dane County Circuit Court back in 2017 and believes her experience would give her the proper tools to serve as a Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice.

"I'm the only person in this race who has been a trial court judge," said Karofsky. "I heard more than 1,700 cases just last year. I see how the law impacts real people. In my courtroom, I follow the rule of law every day. I treat everyone in my courtroom equally fairly and respectfully."

Congressman Ron Kind, State Representative Jill Billings, and La Crosse County Judge Elliot Levine showed up to voice their support for Karofsky.

Polls open at 7:00 a.m. on February 18.

Mike Beiermeister

WXOW Weekend Anchor and Reporter

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