Newly elected Milwaukee County supervisor holds victory party in Waukesha County

I’m a little slow to get to this (a busted second floor shower pipe will do that), but last week newly elected Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander, a full-throated supporter of Republican Gov. Scott Walker, held a victory party on election night.

That in and of itself isn’t a big deal, but what I found really ironic about Alexander’s victory party is that she couldn’t even be bothered to hold it in Milwaukee County, much less her own supervisory district, instead choosing to hold her victory party at the Butler Inn in Waukesha County.

Deanna Alexander: representing the citizens of Milwaukee County’s 18th Supervisory district – all the way from Waukesha County!


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4 thoughts on “Newly elected Milwaukee County supervisor holds victory party in Waukesha County

  1. Since you seem to be in the business of party planning for political candidates maybe you’ll be available in 4 years when she hosts her next VICTORY party.

    This seems really petty even for you. Will you be following her around to see if she shops at Woodman’s or the Pick N Save on 124th & Capitol?

    Deanna won, plain and simple. Whether you like it or not the people of the 18th Supervisory District chose her.

    1. Is a VICTORY party different from a victory party?

      As for whether it’s petty or not, you’re entitled to your opinion, but I think it’s ironic that an individual running for MILWAUKEE County Supervisor couldn’t even be bothered to find a location in MILWAUKEE County to hold her election night event.

      I have my suspicions as to why that is though.

  2. Of all the stories out there to write about, you chose this one for readers to see. My first impression is, big deal. Of course, that is my opinion, but how many ordinary voting folks out there is going to care about where she held her VICTORY party? Sam has a point about how far we’re willing to take it – shopping, hanging out at a park, vacationing, where she gets her hair did. There is a world outside her district, and as a Wisconsin resident, she has every right to spend her money in other districts.

  3. Btw, what are your suspicions?

    My apologies for the incorrect noun-verb agreement in the third sentence. I do that a lot more than I would care to admit.

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