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2018 - 2020 Board of Supervisors
Theodore Lipscomb, Sr. was first elected to the County Board in 2008, and is currently serving his fourth term as the Supervisor for the 1st District, having been re-elected in 2012, 2016 and 2018.
Marcelia Nicholson was first elected in 2016 and is the 1st Vice Chair of the County Board. Supervisor Nicholson represents several neighborhoods in Milwaukee, including the area around Washington Park, portions of the Marquette University campus, and the east side of Milwaukee. Supervisor Nicholson is Chair of the Committee on Economic and Community Development.
Sequanna Taylor was first elected in April 2016. She is the 2nd Vice Chair of the County Board. Supervisor Taylor represents several neighborhoods on the north side of Milwaukee, including the Wahl Park and McGovern Park neighborhoods, and Havenwoods.
James "Luigi" Schmitt was first elected in 1998 and is the most senior member of the County Board. Supervisor Schmitt represents most of Wauwatosa, and portions of West Allis and the City of Milwaukee, and is Chair of the Committee on Finance and Audit.
Willie Johnson, Jr. was first elected in 2000. Supervisor Johnson represents several neighborhoods in the City of Milwaukee, including Harambee, Riverwest, Brewers Hill, Williamsburg Heights and Lincoln Park.
John F. Weishan, Jr. was first elected in April of 2000. Supervisor Weishan represents much of West Allis and portions of Milwaukee, including Jackson Park.
Marina Dimitrijevic was first elected in 2004 at the age of 22. Supervisor Dimitrijevic represents several neighborhoods in the City of Milwaukee, including portions of Bay View, Silver City and Burnham Park.
Jason Haas was first elected in April 2011. Supervisor Haas represents several neighborhoods on Milwaukee's south side, including portions of Bay View and the Garden District. Supervisor Haas serves as Chair of the Parks, Energy & Environment Committee.
Deanna Alexander was first elected in 2012. Supervisor Alexander represents several neighborhoods in the northeast corner of Milwaukee County.
Tony Staskunas was first elected in 2013. Supervisor Staskunas represents Greendale and portions of Franklin, Greenfield, and West Allis. He currently serves as Chair of the Judiciary, Safety and General Services Committee.
Eddie Cullen was first elected in 2015. Supervisor Cullen represents the northernmost portion of Wauwatosa, portions of Milwaukee, and the Village of West Milwaukee, and is Chair of the Committee on Personnel.
Supreme Moore Omokunde was first elected in 2015 and represents several neighborhoods in Milwaukee, including portions of downtown, the Brady St. area and Lindsey Heights. Born and raised in Milwaukee, he learned the value of community and social empowerment from his parents, Rev. Dr. Tolokun Omokunde and U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore.
Dan Sebring was first elected in 2016. Supervisor Sebring represents portions of the City of Greenfield, the City of Franklin, and the City of Milwaukee.
Dr. Sheldon Wasserman was first elected in 2016. Supervisor Wasserman represents the communities of Whitefish Bay, Shorewood, and Milwaukee's east side.
Patti Logsdon was first elected in April of 2018. Supervisor Logsdon represents the Village of Hales Corners, portions of the City of Franklin, and most of the City of Oak Creek.
Felesia Martin was first elected in 2018. Supervisor Martin represents several neighborhoods in the City of Milwaukee, including Dineen Park, Capitol Heights, Grasslyn Manor, Sunset Heights, Roosevelt Grove, Lincoln Creek, and Garden Homes.
Steve Shea was first elected in 2018. He represents the City of St. Francis, the City of Cudahy, the City of South Milwaukee, and portions of the City of Oak Creek.
Sylvia Ortiz-Velez was first elected in 2018. Supervisor Ortiz-Velez represents several neighborhoods on the south side of the City of Milwaukee, including Clarke Square, Mitchell Park and Walker's Point.