Thank you for your confidence in electing me to serve you another term. Since I was first elected in April 2016, I have made it my mission to amplify the voices and concerns of District 5 residents. I would like to reiterate how much I have enjoyed meeting neighbors, supporting organizations and working on behalf of the community.
I am excited to share that I am taking on more leadership roles. I now serve as Vice Chairwoman of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. In addition to serving on the Parks, Energy and Environment Committee, I am now chairing the Economic and Community Development Committee. I sit on the Milwaukee Public Library and Art Museum Boards of Trustees, and Local Progress' National Board, which works to support, connect and unite progressive, locally elected officials and allied organizations from across the nation.
I have continued to attend many neighborhood and community meetings where I have been able to engage and discuss district issues with many of you. I have continued to sponsor legislation and work with you to make our community better for all. The work we have accomplished together has been great, and I look forward to achieving more for our district in the coming year.
Please consider reviewing our webpage to learn the latest news. Also, I encourage you to reach out to my office so that we can keep you up to date on any new developments or events in the district.
How to Contact Me
Call my office at (414) 278-4261
About Supervisor Nicholson
Marcelia Nicholson is a lifelong resident of Milwaukee and dedicates her life to the community she grew up in and loves.
Supervisor Nicholson serves as Chair of the Committee on Economic and Community Development, and also serves on the Parks, Energy and Environment Committee.
Her colleagues elected Supervisor Nicholson to serve as First Vice Chair of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors for the 2018-2020 term.
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County Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson expressed her support today for legislative action at the state and national levels to repair the harmful, ineffective, and wasteful aspects of mass incarceration, and called for shifting public resources away from building prisons and towards investing in education.
County Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson released the following statement regarding a recent Right Wisconsin article that singled out students of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) for disparaging comments.
County Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson released the following statement regarding reports of efforts to block Chief Judge Maxine White's reappointment as Chief Judge of Wisconsin's First Judicial District.
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors endorsed (17 - 1) a long-term lease with the Urban Ecology Center for portions of Washington Park today that will bring significant investment and major upgrades to park facilities.
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors approved (16-0) the appointment of Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson to the Milwaukee Public Museum's (MPM) Board of Directors today for a term ending March 19, 2022.
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors has allocated $185,000 for new playground equipment at Cathedral Square Park.
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors adopted (15-1) a long-term lease with the Urban Ecology Center (UEC) for portions of Washington Park today that will bring significant investment and major upgrades to park facilities.
County Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson released the following statement on the release of the video showing the tasing and arrest of Sterling Brown.
Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson and other young progressive elected women from across the country and from every level of government will convene in New York City on Jan. 31 for a four-day conference held by the Young Elected Officials (YEO) Network, a nonpartisan program of People For the American Way Foundation.
The 2018 Adopted Budget includes an amendment by Supervisor Nicholson that allocates $10,000 to combat the problem of sex trafficking by funding a public education campaign about the issue, and promoting the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
After hearing testimony from developer Rick Barrett, County Supervisors John Weishan, Jr., and Marcelia Nicholson expressed their optimism about the progress of Barrett's Couture development project Monday.
Several members of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors released the following statement regarding the recent terrorist incident in Charlottesville, Virginia
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