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African American leaders stand against supporting Alderman Bob Donavan for Mayor of Milwaukee

This press conference will be followed up with a private meeting with current Mayor Tom Barrett.

By - Feb 19th, 2016 06:23 am

Press Conference with some of Milwaukee’s African American community leaders to stand collectively demonstrating that vote has not been committed to any mayoral candidate who is not willing to commit to the agenda of the African American community. This press conference will be followed up with a private meeting with current Mayor Tom Barrett.


Friday, February 19, 2016


Coffee Makes You Black
2803 N. Teutonia
Milwaukee, WI 53206


“We Built the City”, Politically Organized Leaders Loyal to You (P.O.L.L.Y), Jerrell Jones, Martha Love, Sup. Khalif Rainey, Ald. Milele Coggs, Ald. Ashanti Hamilton, Ald. Willie Wade, Mark Wade, Sen. Lena Taylor, David Crowley, Rep. David Bowen, Chevy Johnson, Sherman Morton, Yung D. Rhodes.


The purpose of this press conference is to encourage African American voters to be informed and educated with their vote on Tuesday, April 2nd

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