Elected officials in Wisconsin must submit reports on their finances to the state. Here is the report from the court’s most right-wing justice.
Justice Rebecca Bradley joined the court in 2015 when she was appointed by Republican Gov. Scott Walker. She won a 10-year term on the court in 2016.
One of three consistently right-wing justices on the court, she will now be in the minority for the first time after the election of Justice-elect Janet Protasiewicz.
A justice on the Wisconsin Supreme Court will earn an annual salary of about $185,000 in 2023, more than any other elected official in Wisconsin state government, including the governor, who earns an annual salary of about $166,000.