Three candidates with diverse backgrounds and beliefs vie for Kenosha County Branch 6 bench
Three candidates are are running for the Kenosha County Circuit Court Branch 6 bench being vacated by Circuit Judge Mary K. Wagner, who is not seeking re-election. The top two finishers in the Feb. 16 primary election will advance to the April 6 election.
Angela Cunningham is a private attorney in Kenosha who has worked as a Milwaukee County assistant district attorney and as a staff attorney for Legal Action of Wisconsin. Angelina Gabriele is a Kenosha County assistant district attorney who also worked as an assistant state attorney general for former State Attorney General Brad Schimel. Kenosha County Court Commissioner Elizabeth Pfeuffer has worked in private practice, taught and held posts in universities, and worked as a prosecutor in Colorado.
Cunningham's resume is here, Gabriele's is here, and Pfeuffer's is here. The three have very different approaches to the law and the job they seek.
WJI asked each of the three candidates to answer a series of questions. All three responded. The questions are patterned after some of those on the job application Gov. Evers uses when he is considering judicial appointments.
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