Most of the issues she cites are minor, normal or already cleared up
"There are legitimate and widespread anomalies, and widespread questions about the conduct of (the Wisconsin Supreme Court) election, most visibly in Waukesha County, but also in counties around the state."
— PolitiFact Wisconsin
Judge says Kloppenburg didn’t ask for jail time. He ordered it — eventually — for contempt of court
Says Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate JoAnne Kloppenburg "put an 80-year-old farmer in jail for refusing to plant native vegetation on his farm."
Umm. We remember the original ruling as Barely True
PolitiFact Wisconsin "concluded that the charge that Justice Prosser prejudges matters that come before the court is True."
Some of the many other types of cases were argued at the high court in front of Prosser himself
Says Supreme Court candidate JoAnne Kloppenburg’s record as a state Justice Department lawyer consists only of the prosecution of cases regarding regulation of docks.
Candidate points only to general statements, no specific cases or issues
Says Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser "has prejudged matters that are likely to come before the court."
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