Sup. Joe Czarnezki

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Supervisor Czarnezki Denounces Joint Finance Committee Decision to Cut Milwaukee Transit Funding
Another Milwaukee Icon Falls Victim to COVID-19
Supervisor Czarnezki Calls for Vaccination of Poll Workers and Election Officials
Supervisors Clancy and Czarnezki Call for Investment in Youth at Vel R. Phillips Youth and Family Justice Center
Study to Determine if Voter ID Law Reduced Wisconsin Turnout
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Study to Determine if Voter ID Law Reduced Wisconsin Turnout

Milwaukee County Clerk Czarnezki backs UW-Madison effort to survey those who didn’t vote

County Clerk Czarnezki Will Not Seek Re-Election
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County Clerk Czarnezki Will Not Seek Re-Election

Joe Czarnezki was elected Milwaukee County Clerk in 2008 and re-elected in 2012.

Early Voting Begins Today – Monday, October 20
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Early Voting Begins Today – Monday, October 20

Milwaukee County Clerk Joe Czarnezki reminded voters that early voting for the November 4 General Election is now open.

County Clerk Czarnezki Calls on State to Implement Same Sex Marriage License Changes
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County Clerk Czarnezki Calls on State to Implement Same Sex Marriage License Changes

Milwaukee County Clerk Joe Czarnezki urged Governor Walker’s administration to update marriage license forms to reflect the fact that same sex couples are allowed to marry in Wisconsin.

County Clerk Czarnezki Issuing Same Sex Marriage Licenses
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County Clerk Czarnezki Issuing Same Sex Marriage Licenses

Milwaukee County Clerk Joe Czarnezki announced that he is now issuing marriage licenses to same sex couples.

County Clerk Czarnezki Congratulates Same Sex Couples and Thanks Staff
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County Clerk Czarnezki Congratulates Same Sex Couples and Thanks Staff

“Judge Crabb’s decision is a giant step towards marriage equality,”

County Clerk Czarnezki Issuing Same-Sex Marriage Licenses
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County Clerk Czarnezki Issuing Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Milwaukee County Clerk Joe Czarnezki announced that his will office will immediately begin accepting marriage license applications