KENOSHA – The Collective Political Action Committee and Kenosha AFL- CIO Council have both endorsed Angela Cunningham for Kenosha County Circuit Court Judge Branch 6.
The Collective PAC was founded to increase the number of African Americans in public office and promote true representation in government. The Collective PAC has helped to elect 111 candidates across local, state, and federal elections.
“The Collective PAC is honored to endorse Angela Cunningham for Circuit Court Judge. She is highly qualified and ready to make a difference. Angela will be the first African American judge in Kenosha County, and the we are proud to help her make history,” stated Chris Scott, National Political Director.
Angela Cunningham is proud to accept the endorsement of the Collective PAC and is honored to be added to the Collective PAC’s list of endorsees.
Joining the Collective PAC in endorsing Ms. Cunningham is the Kenosha AFL- CIO Council.
“The Kenosha AFL-CIO Council is delighted to announce our endorsement of Angela Cunningham for Kenosha Circuit Court, Branch 6. We believe Angela has demonstrated a strong commitment to working men and women in our community. We are confident that she will work hard to ensure fair and equitable treatment when she is on the bench,” stated Richard M. Gallo, President, Kenosha AFL-CIO Council.
The AFL- CIO is the largest federation of unions in the United States. This Council joins the United Auto Workers and the Kenosha Education Association in endorsing Angela Cunningham for Judge.
These endorsements come just weeks before the General Election, with ballots cast on April 6th.