David Crowley Statement on Alderman Willie Wade’s Retirement
“I want to thank Alderman Willie Wade for his years of service in the 7th District and the City of Milwaukee.”
“I want to thank Alderman Willie Wade for his years of service in the 7th District and the City of Milwaukee. I respect and commend Alderman Wade’s decision to spend time with his family.
“Since becoming a candidate for Alderman in the 7th District, I’ve learn that it takes a great level of commitment and dedication to represent this district. In order to improve the quality of living for the residents of this district, we need elected officials who believe in being a champion on the issues that matter.
“I am dedicated to being the champion the 7th district needs and deserves. I am running in the 7th District to not only finish the work that has been started but to create new initiatives that will benefit all residents. I’m committed to building upon our work at Century City and finding an employer that is willing to create meaningful and sustainable jobs in the district. I will improve the city’s outlook by investing in early childhood education that will create a better foundation of learning for our children before they attend school.
“I look forward to running an open and honest campaign, and being a servant leader to the people of the 7th District. Again, thank you Alderman Willie Wade and I wish you the best of luck.”
Press Releases by David Crowley
"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.
“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.