David Crowley Announces for 7th District Alderman
“As a native and long-time resident of Milwaukee, I am proud to have an opportunity to run for Alderman of the 7th district.”
“As a native and long-time resident of Milwaukee, I am proud to have an opportunity to run for Alderman of the 7th district,” Crowley said. “The neighborhoods, schools, and organizations in this district made me who I am today. Not only is serving this district a passion of mine, but with the right ideas and our community at heart, I believe we can improve the conditions of District 7 and our city.”
David Crowley is currently the chair of the ACLU of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Chapter. David’s foundation of community and organizing was formed as a youth at Urban Underground. Since then, David has worked throughout the region as a community and political organizer. He currently works as the Policy Director for State Senator Nikiya Harris Dodd.
“As Alderman of the 7th district, my goal is to reduce crime in our neighborhoods and to increase the job and economic opportunities we have for city of Milwaukee residents. I am committed to finding real, tangible solutions to the problems we face as a community.”
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