When you vote in Wisconsin’s February 18 Spring Primary, your ballot will include a choice for the State Supreme Court. The general election will be held on April 7th.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court consists of seven justices chosen in nonpartisan elections for 10-year terms. To learn about the role of the Wisconsin State Supreme Court and why it is important to people with disabilities, check out our Supreme Court Fact Sheet.
These resources will help you to learn about the candidates:
- Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidates’ Forum held on November 19, 2019 by the Madison Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society
- Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidates Forum held January 30, 2020 by the Milwaukee Bar Association
- February 1 Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Candidate Forum in Green Bay