A number of Madison alders ventured to the State Capitol Thursday to show support for the Solidarity Sing Along.
Ald. Mark Clear, a former president of the Common Council, was arrested for participating in the event. Three other alders who were present were not arrested. Clear is not a regular at the gathering but has attended several times.
The fourth term alder, who is considering running for mayor against incumbent Paul Soglin in 2015, said he will likely challenge the $200 in court after seeking legal advice.