Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley Orders Special Election for 10th Supervisory District
Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley announced today a special election for the 10th Supervisory District to be held concurrently with the spring elections in April.
Crowley’s order calls for an election to replace Supervisor Supreme Moore Omokunde who resigned his seat effective December 18 after being elected to represent the 17th Assembly District in the Wisconsin State Assembly.
“For the last five years, Supreme Moore Omokunde has been an outstanding public servant dedicated to improving the lives of Milwaukee County residents. I am thankful for all of his contributions to setting Milwaukee County on its current path to achieve racial equity and becoming the healthiest county in Wisconsin,” said Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley. “I wish Supreme all the best in the State Assembly.
The special election will be part of the General Elections on April 6, 2021. If needed, a primary will be held February 16.
Individuals interested in running for the vacant seat in the 10th Supervisory District must complete and turn in nomination papers to the Milwaukee County Election Commission by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, January 12, 2021.