Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton Endorses David Crowley for State Assembly
"I gladly endorse his candidacy for the State Assembly and look forward to working with him in the coming years, "said Milwaukee Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton.
Milwaukee, WI – David Crowley, candidate for the Democratic nomination in Wisconsin’s State Assembly District 17, is proud to announce the support of Milwaukee Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton.
“I have watched David grow as a leader in Milwaukee and am proud of his development. He has all the skills and tools to be one of the more vocal advocates in Milwaukee for a long time to come,” said President Ashanti Hamilton. “I gladly endorse his candidacy for the State Assembly and look forward to working with him in the coming years.”
“Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton is an example of committed leadership in Milwaukee,” said David Crowley following the endorsement. “I know we are going to see even more of his leadership as President of the Common Council. I am humbled by his support and I look forward to working him and the Common Council to improve the quality of living in our city.”
David Crowley is a long time resident of the 17th District, ACLU board member, and Policy Director for State Senator Nikiya Harris Dodd. The primary election is August 9th, 2016.
David Crowley, candidate for the Democratic nomination in Wisconsin’s State Assembly District 17
Press Releases by David Crowley
"The Governor must believe that nobody is going to remember that it was his previous budgets that created the damage that he is now attempting to repair."
“He'll be a champion for reforming our broken criminal justice system, expanding affordable health care, and restoring funding to our public schools," said Senator Chris Larson.
“Throughout his career, David Crowley has shown that he is a tireless advocate for the Milwaukee community,” said Candice Owley, president of the Wisconsin Federation of Nurses & Health Professionals.
"David has proven his worth to Milwaukee over the course of his career, said Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele.