Wisconsin voters go to the polls Tuesday for nonpartisan judicial elections statewide.
They also will decide whether to eliminate one of the state’s constitutional officers.
The most visible contest on the ballot is for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, which has a significant conservative majority that can’t be changed by this election.
The conservative candidate is Sauk County Circuit Judge Michael Screnock, who was appointed three years ago by Governor Scott Walker. He had been a private attorney for nine years.