In the Milwaukee County 18th Supervisory District, the primary elections has winnowed it down to two candidates. One is Tracey Corder, who I introduced to the gentle reader in January.
Her opponent in the upcoming general election is a woman named Deanna Alexander. Alexander is a dyed in the wool supporter of Scott Walker and his maleficent agenda.
But that's not all.
Apparently Ms. Alexander, who wants to be representative of the people of the 18th Supervisory District in the northwestern corner of Milwaukee County doesn't support that district or even Milwaukee County.
When I looked at her Twitter feed, I noted that she was having her election party at a place called the Buford Inn on 124th and Hampton:
ADDENDUM: An observant reader has pointed out that Alexander has deleted the "Buford Inn" tweet. Typical Republican - never admitting to making mistakes and trying to cover it up instead.
In hopes for clarification, I scrolled down further and found out that she had mistaken where she was (too much celebrating perhaps?) and really meant she was having her party at the Butler Inn:
That place I've heard of!
But Alexander still has a problem.
Butler Inn is located in Butler, WI, which is in Waukesha County.
So now the voters have a choice between Tracey Corder, someone who wants to rebuild their community and bring businesses back to the underutilized Northridge area, and Alexander, who can't even be bothered to hold her parties in Milwaukee County, much less the 18th District. Maybe that's what Alexander means when she says she wants to "rebrand Milwaukee County."
The choice couldn't be clearer. My first endorsement for the spring elections goes to Tracey Corder.