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Departure of James Methu’s Public Relations Director

I would just like to reiterate that I believe James is both a good man and a good candidate for Mayor of Milwaukee.

By - Feb 7th, 2016 09:58 am

MILWAUKEE – February 7th, 2016 Today, I, Johnjoseph Pugel, the public relations director for Milwaukee Mayoral candidate James Methu, has resigned from the campaign. I do so on my own accord and will pursue other opportunities.

If you have any questions for me, please direct them to either jfpugel@gmail.com or (608)-8434823. Otherwise, please direct all other and future media requests to James Methu at the above media contact information.

I would just like to reiterate that I believe James is both a good man and a good candidate for Mayor of Milwaukee.

Again, if you have any questions or concerns directed specifically at me, Johnjoseph Pugel, please use my above listed contact information. All other press requests should be directed to James Methu, until he has designated someone else to do so on his behalf.

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