Israel Ramón Announces his Candidacy for Milwaukee County Register of Deeds
On May 10th, 2019 Governor Tony Evers appointed Israel Ramón as the Milwaukee County Register of Deeds. Ramón made a commitment to Governor Evers and the residents of Milwaukee County that he would reform the Office by restoring transparency, integrity and leadership to the Register of Deeds (ROD) Office.
“I pledge to work very hard for the residents of Milwaukee County to meet the statutory obligations of the Register of Deeds Office, continue its efficient operations, improve on the delivery of services where needed, move the Office forward technologically to better serve our County and be transparent in what we do to restore the confidence of the public in our operations.”
In making the appointment, Governor Evers noted, “Israel Ramón is the kind of principled, organized, and thoughtful leader needed to run the Milwaukee County Register of Deeds Office… With his deep ties to the community and decades of service in the private sector, often serving some of the most vulnerable populations, I am confident Israel will be an exemplary public servant and is the best candidate to lead the Register’s office.”
Israel Ramón is a 1994 graduate of Marquette University Law School. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree, magna cum laude, in Management and Business. Ramón is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, a Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation, a member of the Wisconsin Register of Deeds Association, the Property Records Industry Association, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, and the Democratic Party of Wisconsin and the Milwaukee County Democratic Party.
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