Cook County Republican Party Boosts Candidate Recruitment Efforts
The Cook County Republican Party, under the leadership of Chairman Sean Morrison, is looking for qualified individuals to run as candidates for Representative and Senate offices in the Illinois General Assembly, and other offices throughout Cook County for the upcoming 2020 elections. “We are working hard with the campaign committees of the House and Senate Caucuses to help recruit candidates and give Cook County voters a clear choice in November,” stated Chairman Morrison.
With a need for principled governance on school and municipal boards throughout Cook County, recruitment will continue well beyond 2020 to help identify local leaders willing to serve and build a new foundation for the Republican Party.
Chairman Morrison invites those looking to run for any elected office to visit the freshly rebuilt Cook County Republican Party website and join the growing roster of future leaders. For information click here.
Chairman Morrison recently named Jesus Solorio the Chairman of the Candidate Recruitment Committee for the Cook County Republican Party. Jesus is the 49th Ward Republican Committeeman and Chairman of the Illinois Republican National Hispanic Assembly. He will be the main point of contact for all candidate recruitment efforts for the Cook County Republican Party.
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