Fran and Mary Alice Host
Friday, January 17
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Home of Mary Alice and Fran Wasielewski, 11911 Cottage Glen Dr, Ellison Bay, WI 54210
Kathleen Chung Hosts
Friday, January 24, 2020
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Home of Kathleen Chung
1 Deer Point Trl, Madison, WI 53719
Dorothy Thompson Hosts
Saturday, January 25, 2020
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Pippin Conference Room- Melville Hall,
1200 US Hwy 14 W, Richland Center, WI 53581
Mayor Tom Barrett, City of Milwaukee
District Attorney John Chisolm, City of Milwaukee
Hon. Joe Donald, Court of Appeals Judge
Judge Danielle Shelton
Attorney Mark Thomsen
State Representative Evan Goyke
Voces de la Frontera
State Representative JoCasta Zamarripa
Attorney Jackie Boynton
State Representative David Bowen
Alderman José Pérez
State Senator Chris Larson
Wisconsin Representative to the Democratic National Committee Khary Penebaker
27 years as a law professor teaching Constitutional Law
Advised Senator Herb Kohl on
4 U.S. Supreme Court nominees:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer,
Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagen.
Asked by Obama Whitehouse to speak out on
Merrick Garland Nomination
Represented clients in largest federal criminal procurement fraud investigation in history
Represented client in $350 million dollar civil fraud case
Candidate for the Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2013
Would be the first Latino to ever serve
on the Wisconsin Supreme Court
President, Latino Community Center
kept at-risk youth to out of the criminal justice system
Trustee, Catholic Charities of Archdiocese of Milwaukee
helped oversee legal services for immigrants
President, Centro Legal
nonprofit that provides low cost lawyers to working families
Volunteer Mentor for Latina women professionals
President, Wisconsin Hispanic Lawyers Association
opposed English-Only laws
President, Wisconsin Stem Cell Now
fought to defend medical research from political attacks
In 2013, Ed earned more than 360,000 votes in his first run for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. He also earned endorsements from across the state, including from the Wausau Daily Herald, the Appleton Post-Crescent, the Capitol Times, Fair Wisconsin, and Equality Wisconsin.
Ed and his wife of 28 years, Heidi, have lived in Wisconsin for more than 26 years where they raised their two children, Emma and Andrew. Ed and Heidi have been strong advocates for organizations that support the legal needs of immigrants and organizations that support medical research to cure chronic diseases like juvenile diabetes.
For more than 25 years, Ed Fallone has taught Wisconsin’s future Supreme Court judges, prosecutors, and defense attorneys. Now he’s running for the Wisconsin Supreme Court to bring independence, integrity, and fairness back to the highest court in our state.
The son of a public school teacher and a stay-at-home mother, Ed learned the value of hard work and the importance of standing up for what is right at an early age. After graduating at the top of his law school class, he was recruited to work at one of the nation’s leading law firms in Washington, D.C. But a desire to make an impact in the lives of young people inspired Ed to move to Wisconsin to teach at Marquette University Law School.
A Supreme Court for Us
The Wisconsin Supreme Court belongs to the people, not partisan political parties. We deserve a fair, independent court with justices who will serve the people of Wisconsin. Ed Fallone will serve the people of our state with integrity.
Why It Matters
The job of the Wisconsin Supreme Court is to preserve the ability of the people to govern ourselves. Unfortunately, former Governor Scott Walker appointed Justice Daniel Kelly whose only allegiance is to a political party. Ed Fallone will restore justice to the court by ensuring our court works for us.
The Supreme Court is supposed to make sure we all receive equal treatment under the law. But recent court decisions have shown that it is more interested in protecting special interests. We deserve a court that treats every person and group that comes before it fairly.
Our Supreme Court should be free from the influence of special interest donors and political pressure. Unfortunately, recent changes have allowed the court to make decisions on cases where there is a clear conflict of interest because of campaign contributions. Ed Fallone will bring independence back to the court by keeping money and politics out of his decisions.
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