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Appleton, WI  54912
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"Why Should I Care About Wisconsin Courts?"

Monday, November 21, 2022, 6:30 PM until 7:30 PM
UWO - Fox Cities Campus and Virtual
1478 Midway Rd
Menasha, WI   54952
Videoconference information will be provided in an email once registration is complete.
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Next spring, there will be a statewide election for a new Wisconsin Supreme Court justice. The decisions that this court makes affects every citizen of our state, so it is important for all voters to be fully informed about how the Wisconsin court system functions. 

The Leagues of Appleton Fox-Cities and Winnebago County have teamed up to present a two-part program entitled, "Why Should I Care About Wisconsin Courts?" 

Part 1 will be on Monday, November 21 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in room 1338 at the UWO-Fox Cities Campus (1478  Midway Rd., Menasha. Enter through the doors nearest to the Barlow Planetarium.) Retired Outagamie County Circuit Court Judge Nancy Krueger and former Winnebago County Circuit Court Judge Lakeisha Haase will provide an overview of the Wisconsin court system and the importance of the upcoming Wisconsin Supreme Court election.

Part 2 will be on Monday, December 5 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Winnebago County Coughlin Center, 625 E. County Rd. Y in Oshkosh. Former Judge and attorney Joseph Troy will provide his perspective on what is undermining Wisconsin Courts such as campaign finance and recusal rules. 

Both events will be hybrid and recorded for later viewing.