MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin Supreme Court challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg is set to hit the airwaves.
The group Justice at Stake announced findings Friday that show Kloppenburg’s campaign has signed contracts for at least $24,930 in television advertising set to begin Saturday in Milwaukee.
Justice at Stake is a nonpartisan group that focuses on keeping courts impartial. The group analyzed Federal Communications Commission records to tally Kloppenburg’s spending.
Earlier this week Justice at Stake and the Brennan Center for Justice announced findings that outside group Wisconsin Alliance for Reform has spent at least $234,660 on statewide ads supporting incumbent Justice Rebecca Bradley. Justice at Stake said Friday that FCC records show that group’s spending on pro-Bradley ads has grown to $324,225.
Bradley and Kloppenburg will face Joe Donald in a Feb. 16 primary.