Joe Biden Needs To Visit Milwaukee.

Yes I know that Joe Biden has been in Wisconsin…Yes I know that Kamala Harris has been in Wisconsin. I know that a number of his proxies have been here as well. But Joe Biden needs to visit Milwaukee. The 53206 zip code? Sherman Phoenix? Gees Barber Shop? Coffee Makes…

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With Nomination Papers Back In The News: What’s Up With Illegal Acts In The MKE County Exec Race?

Way back in February we had a big brouhaha around the nomination papers for two of the candidates for Milwaukee County Executive. There were some irregularities about contractors hired to solicit papers and a group of solicitors ended up working for three different candidates. That is not allowed…so the first…

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Update On The Need For Poll Workers

I just wrote an off the cuff piece about the continued need for poll workers yesterday…and then this Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article pops up today! Wisconsin clerks say they’re 900 poll workers short for the Aug. 11 primary Wisconsin clerks are reporting they are about 900 poll workers short for…

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Joe Biden Will Not Attend Convention IN Milwaukee

Because of continued concerns with the COVID-19 pandemic (and because Milwaukee and Wisconsin are considered hot spots, I imagine), presumed Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden will not travel to Milwaukee to appear at the Democratic National Convention. Joe Biden won’t be traveling to Milwaukee for the 2020 Democratic National Convention….

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Whither Theo Lipscomb

Unsurprisingly, former Milwaukee County Supervisor and former Milwaukee County Board Chairman Theo Lipscomb has landed on his feet after losing his race for Milwaukee County Executive. I am a little surprised on where he’s landed. I expected something more directly related to politcs, but this does seem like a perfect…

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MKE Cares: Ordinance would require mask wearing in public spaces

From today’s email: Public Safety and Health Committee to take up legislation on Thursday (7/2) Statement of Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic. June 30, 2020 It is time for the City of Milwaukee to take the important step of implementing a citywide face mask mandate for public spaces, and this week I…

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Business Owners Ask For City Rules On Masks

This is a rather interesting turn of events. Milwaukee businesses and their affiliated business groups are asking the City of Milwaukee to institute mask laws. But why are they waiting for the city to make rules? I mean, they can make their own rules in their businesses if that’s what…

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Are You Registered To Vote?

There is still plenty of time to register to vote before the November elections! If you aren’t registered, or just came of age to vote, or moved since the last time you voted, make sure you check with your local municipality on how to register. For Wisconsinites, check here to…

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Your Protests Are Being Heard…Now Register To Vote To Insure Your Vision

The Fall Primary Elections are August 11, 2020 and the Fall General/Presidential Election is November 3, 2020. The world sees your protest…it sees your engagement…your presence in the moment. Cement the moment. Insure your vision moves forward in 2021 without fail…register to vote…and then VOTE!

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Open Letter to Milwaukee Business Journal: Some Articles Shouldn’t Be Behind the Paywall.

Particularly not now…and this seems like an appropriate article to get out there. Here’s the headline (linked): Black professionals want to see Milwaukee move forward. Here’s how it happens. Here’s all I can see…hope many of you can see more: Well-known black business executives Nicole Robbins, Clifton Phelps and Kevin…

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