414ward: Race for Milwaukee County's next Sheriff

Posted at 2:51 PM, Sep 10, 2017

MILWAUKEE -- It's the leading law enforcement job in Milwaukee county and it's up for grabs. Sheriff David Clarke resigned the job to join a Political Action Committee and vocal supporter of President Trump.

Clarke made headlines during his nearly 15 years in office that drew both criticism and praise from his many supporters and opponents.

Sunday's 414ward looks at who wants the job and what's at stake for the next sheriff.

Candidates are already lining up for next year's race for Milwaukee county sheriff.

But the only one who has officially filed to run so far, is former Milwaukee Police Captain, and current Vice President of security for major league baseball, Earnell Lucas.