According to WTMJ's Milwaukee County Sheriff election results, Sheriff David Clarke won in a landslide:
David Clarke: 256,173 (79%)
Angela Walker: 67,346 (21%)
Angela Walker received less than 22% of on Tuesday.
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Michael Bloomberg is not having the success in burying the NRA that he expected when he announced his $50 million campaign against the Second Amendment and the formation of his gun control umbrella group, Everytown for Gun Safety.
As we reported last week, his investment in Milwaukee to defeat pro-gun Sheriff David Clarke failed in spite of the huge infusion of cash Bloomberg provided to promote Clarke’s anti-gun opponent. This defeat, on top of the recall of Colorado state senators last year, shows the inherent weakness of Bloomberg’s operation: it has no real grassroot
By Collin Roth
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele has finally copped to funding at least $250,000 of the over $400,000 in Greater Wisconsin Committee attack ads aimed at Sheriff David Clarke in the final days of the primary.
Tucked in a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel column on the end of aggregate campaign donation limits are these para
Listen to David Clarke's Wisconsin Public Radio appearance.
Just concluded, was the most racist campaign against an individual, in Milwaukee county, that I have ever witnessed.
Supposedly Chris Able, a "little weenie" if I ever saw one, financed the worst racist smear against David Clarke cause he just refuses to be the House ______ or a "steppin fetchit" like too many of the other black legislators in Milwaukee county. They know that if they go against the white leftist establishment they will get cut from future jobs and campaign funds. They are vicious, the Milwaukee Left.
I saw ads saying that Clarke has done nothing to stop murd
2002 – Appointed Milwaukee Sheriff by Wisconsin Governor Scott McCallum
2003 – Concordia University Wisconsin, Alumnus of the Year Award
2004 – Completed Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government
2004 – Executive Development Program of the National Sheriff’s Institute participant
2005 – Completed Driving Government Performance: Leadership Strategies that Produce Results at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government
2005 – Nominated to the FBI’s 28th Annual National Executive Institute
2009 – Studied with Police Chief William Bratton and L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca
2009 – Americanism Award from the Milwaukee County War Memorial Veterans Board of Directors, in “appreciation for his version of law and order.”
2011 – Fulfilled a law enforcement executive training mission sponsored by the American Israel Education Foundation
2013 – Sheriff of the Year Award from the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association for, “Demonstrating true leadership and courage…staying true to his oath, true to his badge, and true to the people he has promised to serve and protect.”
2013 – The High Noon Award, presented by Gun Owners of America
American Jail Association
International Association of Chiefs of Police
Major County Sheriffs’ Association
Badger State Sheriff’s Association
Milwaukee County Law Enforcement Executives Association
Legal Affairs Committee of National Sheriffs’ Association
Three Harbors Council Boy Scouts of America
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee,
Milwaukee Tennis & Education Foundation
American Red Cross in Southeastern Wisconsin
My greatest achievement is: Being named Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officer Association, Sheriff Of The Year for 2013 by my colleagues.
My favorite book is: My Grandfather’s Son: A Memoir. The book spans the life of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas from childhood in the Deep South being raised by his grandfather to his nomination as the second black justice to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court
My favorite TV show is: South Park, love its political incorrectness.
My favorite movie is: War Horse
My favorite childhood memory is: Going with my dad to watch him skydive
The person I most admire is: My Dad, David A. Clarke Sr.
Three words people use to describe me are: Confident, Consistent, Straightforward
The worst job I had as a teenager: I was raised to believe that no job is bad
The food I like best is: Italian especially cream sauce dishes
My favorite hobby is: Reading for knowledge
My goals for the year are: To be better at what I do today than I was yesterday…continually pursuing excellence
My favorite music group is: Country singer George Strait
My pet: Two of them, my Rottweiler Zoo-kess and my horse Ranger.
My favorite vacation place: Ixtapa, Mexico