The following statement is from Johnny Koremenos, manager of the Brad Schimel for Attorney General campaign:

“There is a reason that many respected Democratic law enforcement leaders have endorsed Brad Schimel over his partisan opponent. Josh Kaul has never prosecuted a single case in Wisconsin. Not one. Ever. His sue first, ask questions later approach is reckless activism that should scare every single employer in Wisconsin. Josh Kaul knows how to hit up out-of-state, left-wing activists for large campaign checks, but he doesn’t know what he’s talking about regarding environmental enforcement, school safety grants or a whole host of other areas where the Wisconsin Department of Justice is keeping Wisconsin families safe. AG Schimel will do the right thing. He won’t pre-judge possible cases for the sake of a cheap political stunt. Our Attorney General Brad Schimel puts people before politics. That’s the Wisconsin Way, and something the inexperienced partisan Josh Kaul apparently didn’t learn in Connecticut, California, Massachusetts, DC or Maryland.”

Here is the current list of sheriffs who have endorsed Brad Schimel for Attorney General:

Adams County Sheriff, Sam Wollin (D)
Barron County Sheriff, Chris Fitzgerald (D)
Bayfield County Sheriff, Paul Susienka (D)
Brown County Sheriff, John Gossage (R)
Buffalo County Sheriff, Michael Schmidtknecht (R)
Burnett County Sheriff, Ronald Wilhelm (R)
Calumet County Sheriff, Mark Ott (R)
Chippewa County Sheriff, James Kowalczyk (D)
Clark County Sheriff, Greg Herrick (R)
Columbia County Sheriff, Dennis Richards (R)
Crawford County Sheriff, Dale McCullick (R)
Dodge County Sheriff, Dale Schmidt (R)
Door County Sheriff, Steven Delarwelle (R)
Dunn County Sheriff, Dennis Smith (D)
Eau Claire County Sheriff, Ron Cramer (R)
Florence County Sheriff, Jeff Rickaby (R)
Forest County Sheriff, John Dennee (R)
Grant County Sheriff, Nate Dreckman (R)
Green County Sheriff, Mark Rohloff (R)
Green Lake County Sheriff, Mark Podoll (R)
Iowa County Sheriff, Steve Michek (R)
Iron County Sheriff, Tony Furyk (D)
Jackson County Sheriff, Duane Waldera (D)
Jefferson County Sheriff, Paul Milbrath (R)
Juneau County Sheriff, Brent Oleson (R)
Kenosha County Sheriff, David Beth (R)
Kewaunee County Sheriff, Matthew Joski (R)
La Crosse County Sheriff, Steve Helgeson (R)
Lafayette County Sheriff, Reg Gill (R)
Langlade County Sheriff, Mark Westen (R)
Lincoln County Sheriff, Jeff Jaeger (R)
Marathon County Sheriff, Scott Parks (R)
Marinette County Sheriff, Jerry Sauve (R)
Monroe County Sheriff, Scott Perkins (R)
Oconto County Sheriff, Michael Jansen (R)
Oneida County Sheriff, Grady Hartman (R)
Outagamie County Sheriff, Bradley Gehring (R)
Ozaukee County Sheriff, Jim Johnson (R)
Pepin County Sheriff, Joel Wener (R)
Polk County Sheriff, Peter Johnson (R)
Portage County Sheriff, Mike Lukas (D)
Price County Sheriff, Brian Schmidt (R)
Racine County Sheriff, Christopher Schmaling (R)
Richland County Sheriff, James Bindl (R)
Rock County Sheriff, Robert Spoden (D)
Rusk County Sheriff, Jeffery Wallace (R)
Sauk County Sheriff, Chip Meister (R)
Sawyer County Sheriff, Doug Mrotek (R)
Shawano County Sheriff, Adam Bieber (R)
Sheboygan County Sheriff, Cory Roeseler (R)
St. Croix County Sheriff, Scott Knudson (R)
Taylor County Sheriff, Bruce Daniels (D)
Trempealeau County Sheriff, Richard Anderson (D)
Vernon County Sheriff, John Spears (R)
Vilas County Sheriff, Joseph Fath (R)
Walworth County Sheriff, Kurt Picknell (R)
Washburn County Sheriff, Terry Dryden (R)
Washington County Sheriff, Dale Schmidt (R)
Waukesha County Sheriff, Eric Severson (R)
Waupaca County Sheriff, Brad Hardel (R)
Waushara County Sheriff, Jeff Nett (R)
Winnebago County Sheriff, John Matz (R)
Wood County Sheriff, Thomas Reichert (D)

Brad Schimel lives in Waukesha County with his wife and two daughters. A man of faith, a career prosecutor and a member of the band 4 on the Floor, Brad is humbled to have earned the trust and support of men and women from all walks of life, all across the state. He has felt a calling to public service and is honored to lead the men and women of the Wisconsin Department of Justice. With Attorney General Brad Schimel’s guidance, the Wisconsin DOJ has become a national leader in the fight against prescription painkiller abuse. As Attorney General, Schimel has prioritized preventing Internet crimes against children and violence against women. Under Brad Schimel, Wisconsin is a national leader in the fight against human trafficking.Together with a coalition of Attorneys General from across the country, Brad Schimel has also led numerous lawsuits challenging overreach by the federal government that would cripple the economy and hurt Wisconsin families.

Brad Schimel is law enforcement’s choice for Attorney General, and he’s working hard, every day to be your choice, too.

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