Attorney Dan Adams Announces Candidacy for 19th Assembly District
Emphasizes Results over Partisanship; Knowledge Economy
Former prosecutor Dan Adams has announced his candidacy for Wisconsin’s 19th Assembly District today.
Adams states his focus will be moving beyond partisan politics and gridlock to achieve results for Milwaukee.
“As Milwaukee moves forward into a knowledge economy, we need results-oriented leaders who have a vision beyond fighting incessant partisan battles.”
“As a prosecutor, I worked hard to make the right decisions for our community, without regard to special interests,” said Adams. “I’ll bring the same diligent, reasoned, and respectful approach to serving the people of the 19th District.”
“The opportunity to make Milwaukee a global center for innovation and development is tremendous given the powerful combination of strong business leadership, entrepreneurial talent, and committed environmental stewardship present in the 19th District. The District contains Wisconsin’s major economic engine, the Downtown and Third Ward, as well as the shores of its environmental jewel, Lake Michigan. I’ll work hard to push the State to help Milwaukee foster a strong and sustainable economic future.”
Adams lives in Milwaukee’s Murray Hill neighborhood with his wife Gabrielle, who is also an attorney. The couple are restoring a historic home in the neighborhood. Both are graduates of UW-Madison Law School. Dan is the son of Jeffrey, an economist, and Judith, a social worker.
For more information about Dan and his campaign, please visit www.adamsforassembly.com.
Authorized and Paid for by Adams for Assembly, Sue Zuelke, Treasurer