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JoAnne Kloppenburg is an assistant Attorney General in the state of Wisconsin. She has served in her position since 1989, and is currently running for the Wisconsin Supreme Court against incumbent David Prosser. She is married to Jack Kloppenburg, a professor at the University of Wisconsin. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Wis. Supreme Court Justice still paying down recount debts
2014-04-30
Prosser defeated challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg in a race that included public financing and millions in spending from outside groups. An anomaly in Prosser's narrow victory led to the first statewide recount in more than two decades. The results ...
(WISN Milwaukee)
  1. Report: Prosser owes $200000 in campaign debt

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Court won't end Wisconsin John Doe probe
2014-02-02
MADISON — The Wisconsin Court of Appeals has declined to halt a secret five-county investigation targeting potential illegal coordination by Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and Republican and conservative groups during the 2012 recall elections. The ...
(Fond du Lac Reporter)

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    Appeals court rejects most of 'John Doe' targets' motions
    2014-01-31
    Tommy Thompson to fill a vacancy, and Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg, who was backed by liberals in an unsuccessful bid for the Supreme Court in 2011. Copyright 2014 La Crosse Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, ...
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    1. Appeals court allows secret probe into recall elections to proceed
    2. Appeals court rejects most of 'John Doe' targets' motions
    3. Court won't end Wisconsin John Doe probe

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    How Walker Worries About Polls
    2013-12-02
    *”Seven days out, our internal polls showed (Supreme Court Justice David) Prosser was losing by five to six points” to Department of Justice veteran attorney Joanne Kloppenburg in the April 2011 election. (Page 125). What did Walker see as the stakes ...
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    1. Steve Walters: Book: Walker's 'govern-by-poll'

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    Steven Walters: Walker's book documents his govern-by-poll style
    2013-12-02
    ... played in Walker's 2011-12 decisions and political life: -- “Seven days out, our internal polls showed (Justice David) Prosser was losing by five to six points” to Department of Justice veteran attorney Joanne Kloppenburg in the April 2011 election ...
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      Conservative justices know path to victory in Wisconsin
      2013-04-04
      It was a far more typical Supreme Court race than the previous one in 2011 between David Prosser and JoAnne Kloppenburg, a contest transformed by the partisan furor over Gov. Scott Walker's budget. Tuesday's turnout was a little more than 19% of ...
      (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

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        Wisconsin's Labor Lost
        2013-04-03
        The election also shows that Mr. Walker's union reforms have had significant political consequences for the left. During a similar state Supreme Court battle last year between conservative incumbent David Prosser and liberal challenger JoAnne ...
        (Wall Street Journal)
        1. Christian Schneider Voters are the state's most powerful interest group
        2. Incumbents Re-elected in State Supreme Court, Superintendent of Schools Races
        3. Supreme Court race goes to incumbent

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        Officials predict low voter turnout Tuesday
        2013-04-01
        ... Patience Roggensack and challenger Ed Fallone, a Marquette University Law School professor who practices corporate law, has been relatively quiet compared to the court's last race, between Justice David Prosser and challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg.
        (The Oshkosh Northwestern)

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          The Left's Last Hurrah in Wisconsin
          2013-03-13
          Two years ago, liberals poured millions of dollars into another supreme-court election, in which Madison lawyer Joanne Kloppenburg just barely failed to unseat incumbent justice David Prosser. This year, the target is Justice Patience Drake Roggensack, ...
          (National Review Online)

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