Wis. gov looking for judicial applicants

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Gov. Scott Walker is looking for applicants to replace an outgoing Barron County Circuit Court judge.

Walker's office says Judge Timothy M. Doyle will retire effective July 1.

Walker will take applications from anyone interested in Doyle's position through the close of business on April 9. Application guidelines are available on the governor's website. Materials can be submitted via email to judicialappointments@wisconsin.gov.



 
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