Spring Election April 2nd.
District 11 on Milwaukee's South Side is home to friendly neighborhoods, great parks and schools, and a diverse, ethnic population that I am proud to be a part of.
Citizen calls for service, responsible government spending, public safety and infrastructure improvements are key priorities for our District and city government.
I pledge to focus on key, core services that are important to
individuals and families living in District 11. Keeping an eye out for wasteful spending, as well as outdated or ineffective government programs, and looking for ways to grow our economy stronger
will be my priorities at City Hall as your next Alderman.
Milwaukee cannot grow economically unless and until we get a better handle on violent crime, broken roads, and digging out of the current pension fund crisis.
My past experience as a state legislator, my deep roots in the community, and my lifelong commitment to public service is why I'm running for Milwaukee Common Council.
Our City has work to do and I am ready on day one to serve as your next Alderman.
After 32 years of elected office in local government, I want to thank Mark Borkowski for his public service and commitment to his constituents.
As someone who has lived in the District for nearly 20 years and currently lives here, I have contacted Alderman’s Borkowski’s office over the years for service calls or city government questions. The response has always been taken seriously, fast and efficient.
Taking calls for service from district constituents is job number one and I want to thank Alderman Borkowski for his dedication to the neighborhoods of Milwaukee’s South Side.
Spring Election: Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024