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2 Wisconsin Supreme Court debates planned this month

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Two live, broadcast debates between the candidates running for Wisconsin Supreme Court are planned this month before the election on April 3.

Sauk County Circuit Judge Michael Screnock and Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Rebecca Dallet advanced in the Feb. 20 primary and will face each other in the general election.

Screnock is backed by conservatives and Dallet is the choice of liberals in the official nonpartisan race.

They are scheduled to debate on Friday in a contest hosted by WISN-TV and Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee. It will be broadcast on the “Upfront” network across the state and livestreamed on WISN-TV’s website.

The second debate is scheduled for March 30 co-hosted by Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Public Radio to be broadcast live statewide.

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