Wallace ‘Gator’ Bradley Endorses Toni Preckwinkle for Mayor

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Community activist and Urban Translator, Wallace ‘Gator’ Bradley have become a long-time connector in political circles throughout Chicago. As an advocate for anti-violence prevention, Bradley is known for his art of persuasion and ‘down-to-earth’ knack for touching the people. What makes him stand out? His signature line of endorsement t-shirts and sweatshirts which has graced him with the candidate emblazoned across his chest.

For the past year, we’ve seen him rock then-Democratic gubernatorial candidate, JB Pritzker and him on the wearables at rallies, parades, and community outreach events.  During the Chicago mayoral race, his candidate of choice is Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle. He is confident of her ability to carry out the task of leading the city of Chicago, and he says, “her true dedication to criminal justice reform for people of color.”

With a few days out from the city-wide run-off elections on April 2, there is no doubt, Bradley will be working these streets for the campaign. To find out where to vote in your ward, click here.

 

2019-03-28T07:17:54-06:00

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