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Cveykus raises $50k for District III Court of Appeals campaign

The Wausau attorney Rick Cveykus has raised $50,000 for his campaign for judge on the District III Court of Appeals.

His campaign said he secured $50,000 during the reporting period that closed on Dec. 31. In a statement, Cveykus called the figure a significant milestone for his campaign. He said he plans to build on that support in the months ahead and “chart a path to a District III Appeals Court folks can trust will uphold the rule of law and treat all with dignity and respect.”

Cveykus, who’s a managing partner at Cveykus Law in Wausau, will appear on the ballot as a candidate for District III. Records from the Wisconsin Elections Commission show he had obtained 1,495 valid signatures by Wednesday and submitted the necessary paperwork.

The Outagamie Circuit Court Judge Greg Gill Jr. will also appear on the ballot as a candidate in the District III race. Gill filed his nomination paperwork on Dec. 30 and obtained 1,773 signatures, according to state records.

By Wednesday, the Wisconsin Elections Commission had listed the candidate Aaron Loudenslager’s ballot status as pending. Loudenslager, a Madison solo practitioner, announced he was running for District III in July. The deadline to submit paperwork was Tuesday.

The election is scheduled for April 6.

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Michaela Paukner is the legal reporter for the Wisconsin Law Journal. She can be reached at (414) 225-1825 or by email at [email protected]

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