Mayor Dan Bukiewicz will work to continue to improve Oak Creek's great quality of life. He is committed to Oak Creek being a great place to live and work. He’s done a good job as Mayor, is a proven leader, and is tirelessly fighting for Oak Creek.
James is local community leader, businessman, and father. He believes that our neighborhoods should be the best around. We can count on him to fight for safer streets, make sure we invest in our parks and adequately fund the youth and senior services that make our community great.
Patti Logsdon is a local community leader who is sick and tired of the dysfunction in County government. Patti is fiscally conservative and will respect our tax dollars. She’ll fight for common sense solutions to our local problems and work together with other leaders to find common ground, rather than constantly fighting with other politicians.
Leah is running to ensure Oak Creek-Franklin provides an excellent education. As a parent of a young child, she is committed to the continued success of the school district. Leah will protect our great schools in Oak-Creek-Franklin.
Felesia is a community organizer. She is a long-time resident and homeowner in the Sherman Park Neighborhood and believes every individual has a responsibility to his or her place of worship, family and community. Felesia Martin has been endorsed by Congresswoman Gwen Moore and she will be a champion for her community. She will bring new leadership to the Board of Supervisors.
Casey Shorts is progressive labor attorney who will be a fresh start for Milwaukee County. He has been endorsed by the Milwaukee Area Labor Council, Citizen Action, Wisconsin Progress, and the Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association. Instead of constantly picking political fights with other elected leaders, Casey will work with community and elected leaders to find solutions to the problems our county faces. This is the kind of fresh leadership we need.
Sylvia Ortiz-Velez is local business leader and community volunteer who will bring common sense solutions to local government. She’ll fight to bring more jobs to District 12 and restore funding for public transit and County Parks. Sylvia is a problem-solver who will work to fix the dysfunction in our county government.
Jessica has over 15 years of executive experience in the private sector for both small and large companies. She understands the challenges facing business in Shorewood and wants to invest resources in a way that promotes sustainable growth. She loves the Village of Shorewood and will prioritize affordable housing and infrastructure projects and encourage more dialogue between community leaders and constituents.
McKenzie’s values and empathy have always powered her passion for service. She promises to serve Shorewood with the same might and honor that has fueled her career advocating for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. McKenzie will be a responsible steward of your tax dollars and prioritize affordable housing and supporting Shorewood’s entrepreneurial spirit while maintaining the village’s aesthetic.
Rob Hansen is the current president of the Greenfield School Board and he is running for re-election. Rob has led the efforts to bring positive change to Greenfield schools, including improving collaboration with other districts, the city of Greenfield, local colleges, and most importantly within the classrooms.
Michelle has been involved with Greenfield Schools for many years as a PTO mom, a volunteer, and a classroom aide. For the past three years Michelle has served as the community member of the Committee of the Whole for the School Board.
Wanda currently serves as the Director of Community Partnerships for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. She has dedicated her life to the pursuit of excellence in the fields of early childhood education, child welfare, and community engagement. Wanda is committed to the broader community, and she possesses the education, experience resources, and passion to serve the Brown Deer community.
Rick is running for re-election to the Greenfield School Board. He cares deeply about Greenfield and the kids he serves as a member of the board.
Paul has called Shorewood home for 30 years. He is deeply committed to maintaining and enhancing Shorewood’s quality of life, tradition of excellence, and financial sustainability. Paul has demonstrated his commitment to public service, and he is vacating his current Trustee position to run for Village President. Paul believes that Shorewood’s continued success as a community will require an open-minded, considerate Village President; a Village President with solid leadership experience who will strive to understand the opinions of all stakeholders and constituents.