Please join me on the fourteenth day of March 14 — Pi Day! — for a fun fundraiser at Hawthorne Coffee Roasters, 4177 S. Howell Avenue, Milwaukee. In addition to supporting my campaign for re-election, we will be celebrating π, that wonderful number at the heart of every circle.
Plus, there will be pie, delicious homemade pies from many of our friends and supporters. Iron Grate BBQ and Hawthorne Coffee Roasters will have their delicious food and coffee available purchase.
If you contribute to my campaign at or above the Euclid level of $157.08 (roughly fifty times π), my wife Stacie will make you a custom pie with any ingredients that are available here in Wisconsin.
Please contribute through this link, and I will see you on March 14!
As my county supervisor Chris Larson has won election to the State Senate, I will be running for his seat. While we don’t yet know when the election to fill the seat will be held, I filed my papers of candidacy earlier today. And this time, I am in it to win.
Here’s the announcement:
For Immediate Release
November 3rd, 2010
Contact: Jason Haas, 414-747-9514
COMMUNITY LEADER JASON HAAS TO RUN FOR MILWAUKEE COUNTY SUPERVISOR
MILWAUKEE – Jason Haas, a community leader and activist in Southeast Milwaukee, announced today that he will run for Milwaukee County Supervisor, District 14, which will be vacated by Chris Larson, who won his race for State Senate yesterday. An official announcement will occur later in the campaign.
“As a community organizer, father, and neighbor, I understand that we must inspire and bring our community together to move us forward,” Haas said.
He continued, “We must provide active, accountable leadership to improve our quality of life in our district and across Milwaukee County. Keeping our parks safe and clean, our transit securely funded, and our families safe will be my top priorities.”
Haas lives in Bay View with his wife Stacie. They have a son, Ellison, and a daughter, Hari.
Authorized and paid for by Friends of Jason Haas, Zach Wisniewski, Treasurer. Printed in-house. Labor Donated.
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