Kenneth Ginlack, Sr.
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Kenneth Ginlack, Sr. Endorsed by the ‘Have Nots’

‘Inspiring Hope and Community Empowerment!’

By - Mar 5th, 2018 06:20 am

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 5, 2018Kenneth Ginlack, Sr. is a running for the Milwaukee County Supervisor, 7th District. He is a candidate connected to the people. Ginlack filed for Candidacy for Milwaukee County Supervisor on November 30, 2018. He believes it is time for a change and he will provide the kind of leadership the residents of the district is in need of. “I believe my many years of working in the trenches allows me to readily understand and be responsive to the needs of the district,” stated Ginlack. He has worked in the field of social services for ten years, primarily dealing with clients with AODA and mental health issues. “In addition to my professional expertise,” continued Ginlack, “I have personally overcome some of the same struggles of the constituents in the 7th.”

Ginlack is committed to being an agent of change. He believes the residents in the 7th district have lost hope in a failing system. The low voter turnout in past elections troubles him. “I am looking to restore that hope,” added Ginlack. Traditionally, candidates focus their campaign efforts on hardcore voters. Ginlack instead has been focusing on engaging residents who do not typically vote. As he has been going door-to-door in the district, he has been focused on helping residents understand the importance of their vote and getting them excited about voting.

When asked why he doesn’t have high level endorsements, Ginlack states, “I have endorsers! I am endorsed by the ‘Have Nots.’ The constituents that ‘Have Not’ been able to access services, ‘Have Not’ been able to find employment, ‘Have Not’ had transportation to get well-paying jobs, ‘Have Not’ been able to utilize their parks, ‘Have Not’ been heard!’. Ginlack continued: “I am connected to the people because I have been a ‘Have Not’ before I got some hope. I want to restore that same hope to the constituents in the 7th District.”

Ginlack encourages all residents in the 7th Milwaukee County Supervisory District to vote for him on Tuesday, April 3, 2018.

To learn more and stay up to date with the Ken Ginlack for 7th District County Board Supervisor race, please visit  as well as the Friends of Ken Ginlack Facebook page.

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