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Monday, June 29, 2015

SATURDAY TALK - Follow the Money Forum - Candidates for 2015 and 2016 - The New Breed

Photos by:  Craig Jackson

Candidate Andrew Shaw - District 4

Candidate Joe Davis - Mayor

Candidate Randy Jones - District 7

Candidate Michael Sugdin - District 11
Candidate James Methu - Mayor 
June 29, 2015
City Center Milwaukee | DAY 232 | The Quarterly meeting of Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC was two hours (2) of engagements of discussion for informed Information sharing.  

SATURDAY TALK topic of discussion was:  
The Buck and NBA Bucks stop with the CORE CONSTITUENTS - NEW Arena and Park East Development for the NBA Milwaukee Bucks.


NEW BREED
The five (5) Speakers were a true expression of Hidden Talent and professionals willing to provide transparent and accountable leadership based in STEWARDSHIP for the electorates of the city of Milwaukee. 

They are:
  • Joe Davis Sr. - Mayor
  • James Methu - Mayor
  • Andrew Shaw - District 4
  • Randy Jones - District 7
  • Michael Sugden Jr. - District 11

They represent a NEW BREED.
They represent a NEW BREED of politicians in Milwaukee who see "Capacity Building" and removal of Enduring Concentrated Poverty means being INCLUSIVE in our economic development for quality-of-life issues for ALL Milwaukeeans.  

A common thread from each of the personable candidates was the insight about their "constituents" - Who they are?  Where they are?  What problems do they see?  What they want done?  

"Hearing each one of the speakers/candidates, you could see and hear a NEW BREED".  "Hearing each one of the speakers/candidates, you could see and hear a NEW BREED of candidates for mayor and alderperson for the charter officers of Milwaukee."  "Each speaker came to the podium with their brand of passion and expressed disappointment in how the Arena and Park East opportunity failed Milwaukeeans in its present proposal," said Mary Glass, Chair/CEO/CVO, Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC.

The topic of  discussion for SATURDAY TALK was centered on the "Cheaper to Keep Them" plan provided for Wisconsinites on June 4, 2015 by Governor Scott Walker, County Executive Chris Abele and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.


STAY TUNED.

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