David Cullen, a lifelong resident of Milwaukee and graduate of John Marshall High School, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Marquette University Law School, is proud to announce his re-election campaign for Milwaukee County Treasurer. With a proven track record of leadership and a deep understanding of financial matters, Cullen is committed to continuing his service to the residents of Milwaukee County.

As Treasurer, Cullen has demonstrated his expertise in financial management and investment policies, leading to Milwaukee County's investment earnings exceeding $27 million in 2023. Prior to his election as Treasurer, Cullen served as Co-Chair of the County's Finance, Personnel, and Audit Committee, where he played a crucial role in passing a budget which included a property tax levy freeze.

Before his tenure as Treasurer, Cullen served as a State Representative, representing parts of Milwaukee, Wauwatosa and the Village of West Milwaukee in the State Legislature. His legislative experience includes serving as Chairman of the Assembly Insurance Committee and as a member of the Joint Committee on Audit.

During his time in the legislature, Cullen received the award for the Outstanding Elected Official of the Year from the Wisconsin Maternal and Child Health Coalition for his leadership on legislation protecting mothers and their newborn babies. He also received the coveted Clean 16 award several times from Wisconsin's Environmental Decade for his outstanding voting record on environmental issues.

Cullen and his wife, Julie own their home in Milwaukee’s Enderis Park neighborhood. With his experience, knowledge and passion for public service, David Cullen is the ideal candidate to continue serving as Milwaukee County Treasurer.