Clean Wisconsin Action Endorses Marina Dimitrijevic for the State Assembly
Marina is a Proven Champion for Protecting Our Environment
Clean Wisconsin is the oldest and largest state group dedicated to protecting Wisconsin’s environment. Thousands of dedicated members across Wisconsin advocate for clean air, clean water and clean energy in a wide array of venues.
“Marina has demonstrated effective leadership on environmental issues during her 10 years on the Milwaukee County Board. She authored the Milwaukee County Greenprint, which has significantly reduced the environmental footprint in the county. At a time when our state’s most precious natural resources are under attack, we know Marina will stand up for clean air, water, and energy,” said Mark Redsten, Clean Wisconsin Action Fund Board Member.
“I am honored to receive the endorsement of Clean Wisconsin Action. I am committed to increasing our renewable energy and proudly authored legislation to explore constructing a large solar farm in Wisconsin at Milwaukee County’s General Mitchell Airport. When elected State Representative, I will build on my record of making sure we leave our natural resources in pristine condition for our next generation,” said Chairwoman Marina Dimitrijevic.
Marina Dimitrijevic’s campaign for the State Assembly has broad community support. She presently serves as Chairwoman of the County Board of Supervisors where she has been elected to represent Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood, located in Assembly District 19, for the past 10 years. This experience makes Marina the only candidate with a proven record of results, which is why a vast majority of Milwaukee’s organized labor and leaders such as Mayor Tom Barrett and Congresswoman Gwen Moore have all endorsed her candidacy.
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