Brown County Supervisor Patrick Buckley Enters Race for Green Bay Mayor

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Brown County Supervisor Patrick Buckley officially joined a widening field of candidates for the 2019 Green Bay Mayoral Race.

Buckley officially announced his candidacy for mayor on the Cannery Public Market Rooftop Tuesday morning.

Buckley is a five-term Brown County Board Supervisor and a former Green Bay Alderman.

He is currently president of Buckley Enterprises, and is a former 18-year police officer, with 15 of those years serving Green Bay.

He joins fellow Brown County Supervisor Patrick Evans, State Representative Eric Genrich (D-Green Bay), Green Bay Alderman Mark Steuer, and newcomer Nick Mortenson in the race for Mayor.

Mayor Jim Schmitt announced in November 2017 that he would not be seeking re-election for a fifth term as mayor.

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