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Franklin, WI—Patti Logsdon has taken the lead in the race for Milwaukee County’s 9th Supervisory District, picking up another high-profile endorsement.
Republican Wisconsin Senator Alberta Darling has endorsed Patti Logsdon and asks the voters of Franklin, Oak Creek, and Hales Corners to stand with Patti on election day. Darling joins Senator Leah Vukmir, U.S. Senate Candidate Kevin Nicholson, State Representative Janel Brandtjen, Milwaukee County Supervisor Dan Sebring, and Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander in backing Patti Logsdon for County Board.
“I am honored to have the support of such a strong Wisconsin leader in Senator Darling’s endorsement,” said Logsdon.
Patti Logsdon, a conservative leader in the Republican Party, is running to unseat incumbent Supervisor Steve Taylor on April 3rd.
“It’s not that common for so many elected officials to get involved in County Board races, but they’ve seen the current representation for the district and know that Steve Taylor is the textbook example of a self-serving politician. He has known me for years as a conservative and has started a smear campaign against me, directly deceiving the public on his own voting record and what he fancifully imagines that I stand for. The people of Franklin, Oak Creek, and Hales Corners deserve better and I am very grateful for Senator Darling’s support as I continue work to earn the support of the voters,” said Logsdon.