State Senator Chris Larson Endorses David Crowley for State Assembly
“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.
“LaTonya Johnson leaves behind big shoes and David Crowley is the smart choice to fill them in the 17th District. David has knocked on thousands of doors shared his progressive vision with his neighbors,” said Senator Chris Larson. “He’ll be a champion for reforming our broken criminal justice system, expanding affordable health care, and restoring funding to our public schools. He’ll be a great leader and I look forward to working with him.”
David Crowley has spent the last few months knocking on thousands of doors, and has championed a number of progressive issues. David will work to reform our criminal justice system, expand health care options and restore funding to our public education systems.
“Part of what I built my campaign on is bringing together Milwaukee’s best and brightest leaders so that we can collectively move forward as one unit,” commented David. “I am proud to call him a supporter and look forward to working with him.”
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.
Crowley, candidate for the Democratic nomination in Wisconsin’s State Assembly District 17
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"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.
“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.
"David has spent his career serving the people of Milwaukee." said Phil Neuenfeldt, President of the Wisconsin AFL-CIO.