State Supreme Court candidate visits Baraboo with progressive message

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In an unusual move for judicial campaigns, Madison attorney Tim Burns told Sauk County Democrats on Thursday that if he is elected to the highest state court, he would use his influence to stand up for progressive ideals. > Baraboo News Republic

Dallet outraises Screnock, Burns in Wisconsin Supreme Court race

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Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Rebecca Dallet has raised more than challengers Sauk County Circuit Judge Michael Screnock and attorney Tim Burns in the race for Wisconsin Supreme Court. The three will primary on Feb. 20. > Wisconsin Public Radio

State Supreme Court candidates showing their political stripes

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Though Supreme Court races are officially nonpartisan, spending from outside groups tied to ideological interests and help from political parties has injected partisanship into the elections. This year’s state Supreme Court race is already proving to be no different. > Wisconsin State Journal

Dallet raises $500K for state Supreme Court run

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Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Rebecca Dallet says she has raised more than $500,000 in her run for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Dallet is running against Madison attorney Tim Burns and Sauk County Circuit Judge Michael Screnock. Neither of them has reported their fundraising totals. The deadline is Tuesday. > AP News

Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate offers candid, outspoken approach

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Madison attorney Tim Burns, a candidate for Wisconsin Supreme Court, isn’t shying away from his progressive background when it comes to handling his campaign. In fact, he aims to use it to stand out from the other two candidates. > Beloit Daily News

With candidate field set, state Supreme Court race ramps up

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The race for an open seat on the state Supreme Court will accelerate after a Tuesday deadline passed with three candidates filing to run: Tim Burns, Rebecca Dallet and Michael Screnock. Two of the three will emerge from a primary election Feb. 20 to face off in the April 3 general election. > Wisconsin State Journal

Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate: Political values of state high court justices matter

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In a guest column for the Cap Times, Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Time Burns writes: Wisconsin is ultimately not dependent on the U.S. Supreme Court’s gerrymandering decision to fix our redistricting problems. Our state has a constitution, too, and any redistricting measure has to comply with it. That’s why the political values of our judges matter.