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Newly elected 15th District Alderman Russell Stamper II took the Oath of Office Tuesday, May 13th in the Common Council Chambers at City Hall.
The Oath was administered by his father, Russell Stamper Jr., a Milwaukee County Reserve Judge. Alderman Stamper II, his spouse, Latoya and their son Russell were joined by thirty other family members and friends who celebrated the newest City Council Member.
Stamper narrowly defeated Eyon Biddle in a hard fought contest on April 29th.
In his acceptance speech, Alderman Stamper II proclaimed he is ready to serve all of …
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In his first act as Common Council President, Alderman Michael J. Murphy has ordered a special election for the vacant seat in the 15th Aldermanic District, which was vacated by departing Common Council President Willie L. Hines, Jr. If needed, a primary election will be held on April 1, with the special election to follow on April 29.
“It’s important that we move swiftly to find a new representative for the 15th District,” President Murphy said.
“The people of the 15th District deserve to have a voice representing their interests on the …
Milwaukee County Supervisor Eyon Biddle, Sr. was not only the first candidate to turn in his nomination signatures, but also exceeded the minimum needed to hit the ground running to take on a 16-year incumbent in Milwaukee’s 15th Aldermanic District. Biddle filed his signatures on December 20th, 2011, just one week after declaring his intent to become the next alderman for Milwaukee’s 15th District.
“My decision to run is based on the countless contacts I’ve received from people throughout the 15th District who don’t see city government working for them. The …