(Juneau) Dodge County District Attorney Kurt Klomberg has been elected as president-elect of the Wisconsin District Attorney’s Association (WDAA). Prosecutors from across the state voted this week cast the ballot in favor of Klomberg at the group’s semiannual meeting in Door County. Klomberg says he is “humbled to be selected” and calls it a “great honor to have the dedicated, tough and talented professionals” of the organization entrust him with this responsibility. He says he looks forward to the opportunity to work to improve the profession he loves. The WDAA is Wisconsin’s professional association for criminal prosecutors comprised of district attorneys, their assistants and prosecutors from the Wisconsin Department of Justice. The group provides shared leadership and advocacy on critical issues promoting the advancement of the effectiveness and professionalism of all of Wisconsin’s criminal prosecutors. The Association also provides a forum for state prosecutors to share ideas and collaborate about criminal justice issues affecting Wisconsin citizens. It also works with the Attorney General, Governor and legislators to formulate policies to protect the public and hold criminals accountable. Klomberg will serve for two years as President-Elect, and will assume the presidency of the state DA’s Association in the spring of 2020.