There’s about a week and a half left until Wisconsin’s Presidential Primary and Spring Election and whether you’re casting your ballot in-person or voting absentee, you’ll be asked to decide on a new judge for Marinette’ County’s Branch I Circuit Court. Candidate Attorney Mike Perry opened his own local law firm in 1988 after graduating from Marquette Law School. He made the decision early on to run for the seat being vacated by Judge David Miron and says his experience working with thousands of clients across a wide range of case types would serve him well if elected to fill that role.
Perry says it’s his own prior service in the Army coupled with the experience he’s had serving clients who are veterans driving his desire to see a Veterans Treatment Court established locally.
The election for the Marinette County Circuit Court Judge seat takes place April 7th. Voters can register online until March 30th and have until April 2nd to request an absentee ballot.