First a primary, then Drinking Liberally

One thing on one day, one thing on another.

Tomorrow, Feb. 17, we democracy geeks cast votes in the primary for judges and state superintendent. Sometimes, though, even the democracy geeks in the crowd lose sight of elections. So here’s a very short list of who to vote for:

State Superintendent: Tony Evers.

Jay Bullock is a teacher and his life will be directly effected by our choice in this vote. Jay says that Tony Evers is his choice for this job. Let’s hope Jay’s endorsement doesn’t doom Mr. Evers’ candidacy, and get out there and vote for him.

Milwaukee County circuit court: I’m supporting J.D. Watts. Mr. Watts is a very calm, collected individual, the sort of person you want as a judge. And he’s been to Drinking Liberally not once, but twice. And I believe he also drove home stone sober each time, which is enough to get him my endorsement. I mean, heck, if you come to D.L. not once but twice, that’s enough to earn him my support. (It even works for very select Republicans!) So vote for J.D. Watts; he’ll do a very good job as circuit court judge.

I’m looking at you, my 7.85 readers!

When all is said and done, we may get one of the remaining judicial candidates at Drinking Liberally this Wednesday. And if you haven’t already, please vote in our online poll to help decide where in Sugar Maple we should have our little contingent meet.

Published by Jason Haas

I am a resident of the Bay View neighborhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and a member of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. That sometimes comes up on here, as it's kind of a small part of my life. No official county business happens here. I'm mostly using this now to give a rough draft account of how we're dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. God help us all.

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