Governor Seeking Applications For Dodge County District Attorney

(Juneau) Governor Tony Evers is seeking applicants for a key vacancy in Dodge County. District Attorney Kurt Klomberg tendered his resignation on Thursday and his last day will be January 13th.

Klomberg served in the post since 2010 and has been a prosecutor in Dodge, Marathon, and Kenosha counties. He says he is sad to leave, but he has been provided an employment opportunity that is in his family’s best interests.

The new district attorney will serve for the remainder of the unexpired term that ends in January of 2025. Interested individuals must email a completed application form and supporting materials to the governor’s office by the deadline at 5pm on January 13th. The application is available on the “Apply to Serve” page of the governor’s website.

The email to send in the completed application form is [email protected]. Click HERE to access the application form. For questions call 608-266-1212.