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Former Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch Endorses Jack Pitzo’s Judicial Campaign

October 15, 2023

Kleefisch Supports Law Enforcement Supported Judicial Candidate

The Pitzo for Judge campaign adds another high-profile endorsement as former Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch announced her endorsement of Assistant District Attorney Jack Pitzo for Waukesha County Circuit Court, Branch 12.  

“I’m proud to endorse Jack for Waukesha County Judge.  As a prosecutor, Jack works tirelessly to protect our community from criminal activity.  As a community member, he focuses on helping those less fortunate than himself,” Kleefisch said.  “And as a principled conservative, he stands up for what he believes in every day.  I support Jack for Judge because I know that he’ll fight for your family like he fights for his own.”

Kleefisch served as the 49th Lieutenant Governor from 2011 to 2019 and is the only lieutenant governor to ever survive a statewide recall election.  During her most recent gubernatorial campaign, she received the support of law enforcement officials including Waukesha County Sheriff Eric Severson and the Milwaukee Police Association.  She remains active in conservative politics throughout the state and has continued to support conservative candidates since leaving office.

“The citizens and voters of Waukesha County have supported Kleefisch through multiple campaigns and know she prioritizes supporting law enforcement who keep our community safe,” Jack said.  “I’m grateful to have her support in my campaign for judge as she joins a long list of judges and law enforcement groups who are backing me.  She is a great public servant to the State of  Wisconsin and is a great addition to the Pitzo for Judge team.”

Jack lives in Brookfield with wife, Emme; daughter, Lucy; and Duke, the family’s golden retriever.  Jack currently serves on the board of directors of both the Food Pantry Serving Waukesha County and the Waukesha County Bar Association. He graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor of Arts and received his Juris Doctor from Marquette University Law School.  To learn more about the campaign please visit:  https://pitzoforjudge.com/