ALL DANE COUNTY STATE REPRESENTATIVES ENDORSE MITCHELL FOR JUDGE
They Join Three Dozen Elected Officials and Legal Leaders Pledging Early Support
Madison – All eight area state representatives from Dane County joined legal leaders and local elected officials in endorsing Everett Mitchell in his campaign for Dane County Circuit Judge. Early support also includes Congressman Mark Pocan, County Executive Joe Parisi, Sheriff David Mahoney, and over one hundred local community leaders.
"Mitchell served as an assistant district attorney who handled dozens and dozens of cases. He's also served as a pastor and community leader who shares our values. It's the exact balance Dane County needs in a local judge” stated State Representative Melissa Sargent.
Monona State Representative Robb Kahl also shared his support, saying, "Mitchell understands the critical issues we face in Dane County. He is prepared to work towards justice, as defined under the rule of law, and in a way that serves everyone equally.”
State Representative Chris Taylor, Mitchell’s Campaign Treasurer, added "He is the leader we need on the Dane County Circuit Court. At a time when our constitutional rights are under siege, Everett is a champion for the constitution and the protections it affords all of us."
The Eight Dane County area State Representatives endorsing Mitchell include:
• State Rep. Chris Taylor, 76th Assembly District
• State Rep. Terese Berceau, 77th Assembly District
• State Rep. Lisa Subeck, 78th Assembly District
• State Rep. Dianne Hesslebein, 79th Assembly District
• State Rep. Sondy Pope, 80th Assembly District
• State Rep. Melissa Sargent, 48th Assembly District
• State Rep. Robb Kahl, 47th Assembly District
• State Rep. Gary Hebl, 46th Assembly District
Everett Mitchell previously served as a Dane County Assistant District Attorney, and received his Law Degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School. He still practices regularly as a pro-bono attorney for those in need of representation, and has authored and implemented strategies to cut recidivism rates for ex-offenders. He and his wife Mankah live in Sun Prairie with their two children.