Mike Gousha says Wisconsin Supreme Court races are officially non-partisan, but candidates are changing their approach.
Burns used $1,000 of his own money to get his Supreme Court campaign started, which will be shown in a report he files next month, said his campaign manager, Amanda Brink.
She emphasized that Burns would seek donations from ordinary people, saying in a statement that "voters are not looking for a candidate who is simply trying to buy their seat on the bench."
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