The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports it will sponsor the March 18 debate along with Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Public Radio. The debate is set to begin at 7 p.m. at Wisconsin Public Television’s studio on the UW-Madison campus. Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Public Radio will broadcast the event live.
Bradley and Kloppenburg will square off in the April 5 election for the late Justice Patrick Crooks’ seat. Crooks died in September, a week after he announced he wouldn’t seek re-election. Gov. Scott Walker appointed Bradley in October to serve out the remainder of his term, making her the incumbent going into the election.