Alderman David Bogdala has officially declared his candidacy for the position of Mayor for the City of Kenosha. “With an extensive record of successful leadership in both the public and private sectors, and a deep understanding of the city’s challenges and opportunities, Alderman Bogdala is ready to take the helm and lead Kenosha into a prosperous future,” his campaign said in a release.
“Kenosha is a vibrant community with immense potential. I am dedicated to continuing to work tirelessly to ensure that our city thrives economically, our neighborhoods are safe, and our residents have access to the opportunities they deserve. Together, we will build a Kenosha that future generations can continue to be proud to call home.”
Local Attorney, and former Alderman Anthony Nudo is listed as the campaign’s treasurer. The two served together on the council for several years.
Bogdala has served on the City Council for the last 15 years, having been elected eight times. His current district contains most of the west-side middle-class neighborhoods.
Bogdala is know for showing up to meetings prepared and is never afraid to ask questions and engage in debate. This author worked with him for (2) two-year terms.
Bogdala is the first person to announce his candidacy. Many more Kenosha residents are expected to run with Bogdala. The primary will take place on February 20, 2024 and the general election, April 2, 2024. Candidates can begin to circulate nomination papers on December 1, 2023.