Milwaukee Aldermanic candidate Ray Harmon turns in maximum number of nomination signatures to qualify for April Ballot

Aldermanic candidate Ray Harmon turned in 400 nomination signatures–the maximum number allowed and double the required amount–to the City of Milwaukee Elections Commission to qualify for the General Election on April 3rd, 2012, in Milwaukee’s 9th Aldermanic District.

“I am grateful and inspired by the support the residents of the 9th District showed to me as I’ve been gathering signatures,” Harmon said. “Even in this cold weather, voters have shown their excitement for our campaign’s vision.”

Harmon continued, “I look forward to connecting even more with District 9 residents and throughout the city to share our campaign’s plan for the future of Milwaukee.”

Ray Harmon grew up in Milwaukee where he learned the values of hard work and community service. He has spent his career as a public servant, having served as a legislative assistant for the city and county governments, with the Milwaukee Urban League, Neighborhood Schools Initiative and the administrations of former Governor Jim Doyle and former Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz. He has overseen programs for crime reduction, economic development, affordable housing, parks, libraries, public works and civil rights. A heart transplant recipient, Ray is a volunteer for the Wisconsin Donor Network and other health care charities.

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