Roggensack Re-Elected as Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has re-elected Chief Justice Patience Roggensack as Chief Justice for another two-year term. The Chief Justice serves as the administrative leader of the Wisconsin Court system.

Chief Justice Roggensack was elected to the court in 2003 and re-elected in 2013. She became the first Justice elected by members of the court to serve as Chief Justice after a 2015 constitutional amendment requiring election. This election begins her third term as Chief Justice. She is up for re-election to the court in 2023.