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Maes Gives Brown County Voters a Choice PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Rachel Maes For Judge Press   
Thursday, 25 February 2021 15:54

rachel-maesAssistant Green Bay City Attorney running for circuit court judge Branch 4 in spring general election on April 6.


BROWN COUNTY, WI - As the ballots are being generated for the spring general election on April 6, 2021, Brown County voters will find candidates running in judicial elections for three different circuit court branches.  The race for Branch 4 is different than the other two races.  Branch 4 is a contested race.  Atty. Rachel Maes, currently an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Green Bay, is giving Brown County voters something that they haven’t had in 18 years - a choice for who presides over Branch 4 of the Brown County Courthouse.

“Elected officials should be challenged. Contested elections add accountability to the judiciary and allow the people of Brown County to choose who they trust to uphold the law and pursue justice.  With the term of a circuit court judge being six years, it is important to hold incumbents accountable. It is important to have a conversation about a vision for the next six years.

“Brown County deserves a judge who is engaged in the community.  Brown County deserves a judge who is hardworking, thoughtful, and fair.  I will be that judge.

“I will work tirelessly to ensure that everyone who comes through my courtroom is provided the rights and fair process they are entitled to - even the most marginalized members of our community. Bad actors should expect to face consequences, but everyone deserves an opportunity to be heard. Victims deserve closure, defendants deserve to avoid unnecessary delays, and the whole community deserves seeing justice served.”

More information about Atty. Rachel Maes can be found on her website maesforjudge.com, on Facebook, and on Instagram.

Last Updated on Thursday, 25 February 2021 16:12
 
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