Ready to Work
I am looking forward to serving the interests of district residents on Milwaukee's Common Council.
MILWAUKEE- In July of 2015, I announced my candidacy for Alderman in Milwaukee’s Second District. I committed myself to running a sound, clean, ethical, hardworking campaign. I believe that we have succeeded in reaching these objectives.
After knocking on thousands of doors, I am looking forward to serving the interests of district residents on Milwaukee’s Common Council. I am prepared to lead and I have garnered the community support to prove it.
Thus, I am proud to announce our final list of supporters, which includes many current and former elected officials, progressive organizations and neighbors from across my district and our city. I look forward to working with them and other leaders to craft meaningful legislation that will improve the lives of the people that we serve.
Congresswoman Gwen Moore
The Honorable Vel Phillips
State Representative LaTonya Johnson
State Representative Fred Kessler
State Representative Evan Goyke
State Representative JoCasta Zamarripa
State Representative Jonathan Brostoff
Former State Representative Sandy Pasch
Alderman Michael Murphy
Alderman Nik Kovac
Alderman Bob Bauman
Iron Workers Local 8
Wisconsin Jobs Now
Plumbers Union Local 75
Milwaukee Area Labor Council
Wisconsin Working Families Party
The Shepherd Express Newspaper
Milwaukee Professional Firefighters Local 212
The Milwaukee Community Journal Newspaper
Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council
Wisconsin Federation of Nurses & Health Professionals
Chevy Johnson recently served as Staff Assistant to the Mayor of Milwaukee and emerged from a five person Primary Election contest as the top vote getter earning 38% of the vote. A long time resident of the 2nd district, Chevy is committed to bringing responsible, accountable, and dependable leadership to the Milwaukee Common Council. The General Election is April 5th, 2016.
Press Releases by Cavalier “Chevy” Johnson
News release from Alds. Cavalier Johnson and Chantia Lewis
"I enthusiastically support Chevy Johnson," noted Congresswoman Gwen Moore.
Chevy has shown that he supports public education -- our students, our families, and our educators," said Kim Schroeder, President of the Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association.
"Chevy will work hard to create positive health outcomes for the city of Milwaukee as Alderman," noted Candice Owley president of the Wisconsin Federation of Nurses & Health Professionals.