Earnell Lucas
Press Release

Statement from Earnell Lucas, candidate for Milwaukee County Sheriff

"We will see what the process is going forward, but regardless, I will continue to be a candidate for a full term as Sheriff in 2018..."

By - Aug 31st, 2017 04:51 pm

“I have a deep and abiding commitment to this community, and I have the experience in law enforcement and public safety to be the next Milwaukee County Sheriff. That’s why I filed to be a candidate, why I’ve been campaigning across the community with my message of collaboration, integrity, and professionalism, and why dozens of community leaders are lining up with me.

“We will see what the process is going forward, but regardless, I will continue to be a candidate for a full term as Sheriff in 2018, and I look forward to earning the trust of Milwaukee County voters.”

Lucas for Milwaukee

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