State Representative LaTonya Johnson Endorses Chevy Johnson
“Chevy has passionately served Milwaukee, and has stood for better public safety, improved infrastructure and jobs with livable wages,” remarked Rep. Johnson.
MILWAUKEE – Chevy Johnson, candidate for the Second Aldermanic District of Milwaukee, is honored to have the endorsement of State Representative LaTonya Johnson (no relation).
“Part of my assembly district includes portions of the 2nd aldermanic district, so I know many of the wonderful people and businesses in the area. I am fully confident that Chevy will meet and exceed the needs of the folks in the 2nd district.” remarked Rep. Johnson. “Chevy has passionately served Milwaukee, and has stood for better public safety, improved infrastructure and jobs with livable wages.”
Rep. Johnson was first elected in 2012, and re-elected in 2014. Johnson was a small business owner prior to her election to the Wisconsin State Assembly. Rep. Johnson has been an advocate for stronger penalties against human traffickers and improving the safety of Milwaukee’s citizens.
“I am proud to have the support of wonderful leaders such as Rep. Johnson. If elected I know that I will be working closely with Rep. Johnson and look forward to fighting to improve the city of Milwaukee. This includes improved investments in infrastructure, sound economic development and improved relations between public safety officials and our neighborhoods.
Chevy Johnson recently served as Staff Assistant to the Mayor of Milwaukee. A long time resident of the 2nd district, Chevy is committed to bringing responsible, accountable and dependable leadership to the Milwaukee Common Council. The primary election is February 16th, 2016 and the general election is April 5th, 2016.
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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.