“A will to serve,” it’s a powerful statement. There are those that wait to seek the approval of others to serve, and there are those that heed the call choosing not to wait. I’m Jack Melvin and a little under fourteen years ago my will to serve led me on a journey that would take me across the globe as a member of the Wisconsin Army National Guard.
After 35 months spent overseas defending our country often in combat zones, I returned with a renewed appreciation for the Rule of Law. I’ve served to protect the life and liberty we enjoy, and have experienced first-hand the importance of the pursuit of justice.
Like my fellow veterans, I take great pride in approaching service as a lifelong commitment and an unrelenting duty. In the spring of 2018, I hope to earn your support so I can serve as your Waukesha Circuit Court Judge, Branch 12. Sincerely, Jack Melvin
Jack Melvin has spent his life in service. Since 2004, Jack has served in the Army National Guard, including 40 months of active duty, and achieved the Rank of Major. During his time in the service Jack has spent 35 months overseas in Egypt, Iraq and Jordon. Jack Melvin has been serving the people of Wisconsin upon his appointment by Governor Scott Walker to the position of Gaming Administrator in July 2017.