Councilman Markus Winkler re-elected 2021 Majority Leader
Louisville – Councilman Markus Winkler (D-17) has been re-elected Democratic Caucus Chair for 2021. Under Council Rules, Winkler will again serve as President Pro Tem of the Louisville Metro Council.
Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey (D-3) will serve the Caucus as Vice-Chair.
“I am honored and look forward to working with every member of the Caucus as we face a new year of challenges,” said Winkler. “The people of Metro Louisville should be confident that we are focused on the issues important to them as we continue to listen and work to make our city a safe and great place to live.”
Winkler was elected to the Metro Council in November 2018. He serves the people of the following suburban cities: Anchorage, Broeck Pointe, Creekside, Fincastle, Hickory Hill, Langdon Place, Lyndon, Manor Creek, Meadow Vale, Rolling Hills, Ten Broeck, Westwood, and Worthington Hills.
“I am honored to step into the ranks of leadership, as the newly elected vice chair for the Louisville Metro Council majority caucus. I am humbled that my colleagues trusted me with a responsibility to listen, learn and serve them in this new elevated capacity. It is my hope that 2021 will bring us closer together, in the goal that we seek, which is a better Louisville,” said Councilwoman Dorsey. “I am honored to support our majority caucus chair, Marcus Winkler and his vision. I am excited about the opportunities that this year will bring to all of us.
Councilwoman Dorsey represents six neighborhoods: Algonquin, California, Hallmark, Park Duvalle, Parkland, Park Hill, and the City of Shively.