WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) — A courtroom of appeals race overlaying southeastern Wisconsin that took a pointy partisan flip and featured adverts referring to the Waukesha Christmas parade killings was to be determined Tuesday.
The winner might be elected to a six-year time period on the second-highest courtroom within the state. The formally nonpartisan Wisconsin Court docket of Appeals District II race pits incumbent Appeals Court docket Choose Lori Kornblum towards Waukesha County Circuit Choose Maria Lazar.
Democrats are backing Kornblum, whereas Republicans are lined up behind Lazar.
The 4 judges within the appeals courtroom district, primarily based in Waukesha, hear instances from 12 southeastern Wisconsin counties, excluding Milwaukee County.
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