Bob Donovan's file:
Donovan

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Bob Donovan is a Milwaukee alderman, representing a district on the city's south side.  He was elected to the Common Council in 2000. In July 2014 he declared himself a candidate for mayor of Milwaukee in the 2016 election.

Recent statements involving Bob Donovan

Under Mayor Tom Barrett, the number of Milwaukee police officers "has not increased."

"There has never been an alderman who has defeated an incumbent mayor in the history of this great city."  

In 2011, Milwaukee Public Schools "will provide 77 cents in employee benefits for every dollar it spends on wages."

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