KOHLER — Sheboygan County Circuit Court Judge Dan Borowski announced his intention to seek a full six-year term to the court.
Judge Borowski was appointed by Governor Scott Walker to the vacant Branch 5 in May 2016. Upon taking the oath of office in August, Borowski immediately began hearing cases. Borowski replaced Judge James Bolgert who was considered one of the most lenient judges Wisconsin.
“I was honored and humbled to be appointed a Sheboygan Circuit Court judge by Governor Walker earlier this year,” said Borowski. “Since my appointment, I have worked diligently to thoroughly review every case that has come before me. Over the last four months, I have already heard hundreds of cases.”
Borowski received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His professional experience includes working as an attorney in private practice.
“My family and our supporters plan on spending the next three months communicating our message to every corner of the County,” added Borowski. “My campaign will focus on the need to protect the constitutional rights of every individual that comes before me, respecting the prerogatives of the legislative branch, and appreciating the role of all those that are part of the judicial system, including law enforcement, county officials, and the defense bar.”
The spring election is set for Tuesday, April 4th, 2017.