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Monday, March 31, 2008

 9:40 AM 

Robocalls start in Supreme Court race

The robocalls in the Supreme Court race started coming in over the weekend with one from the conservative-leaning Coalition for America's Families and the other from Burnett County Judge Michael Gableman's campaign.

Here's a transcription of the CFAF call:

Hello, I wanted to share with you that the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says Louis Butler earned the nickname Loophole Louis as a public defender. For over a decade, Butler tried to exploit legal technicalities to free some of Milwaukee's most violent criminals, and since Butler was appointed to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, he's used loopholes to suppress key evidence and overturn the convictions of repeat offenders, siding with violent criminals who threaten our safety. Louis Butler says he doesn't mind being call Loophole Louis. He actually thinks it's affectionate. What do you think? Call Louis Butler at 608-266-1884 and ask him to deliver justice, not loopholes. Paid for by the Coalition for America's Families.

Here's a transcript of the Gableman call:

Hi, this is Judge Mike Gableman calling to ask you for your vote on Tuesday for Supreme Court. As the only candidate with both judicial and prosecutorial experience, I know how courtroom decisions impact the safety of our communities and prosperity of our state. I hope you'll tune out all those dishonest campaign commercials and listen to the bipartisan majority of sheriffs and district attorneys who have endorsed me. I'm honored to be law enforcement's choice, and I'd be honored to have your vote on Tuesday. Paid for by Gableman for Supreme Court, James Zeller treasurer.

-- By JR Ross

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