Wis. appeals judge will run for election
Former lawmaker Sherman appointed by Gov. Doyle
A former legislator says he'll run to retain his seat as a Wisconsin appeals court judge in next spring's election.
Democrat Gary Sherman served in the state Assembly from 1998 until 2010, when then-Gov. Jim Doyle appointed him to replace retiring Judge Burnie Bridge on the 4th District Court of Appeals. He took the bench in May of that year.
Sherman holds a law degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is a past president of the Wisconsin Bar Association.
The election for his position is set for April.
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