Moore endorsed for Secretary of State by U.S. Rep. Davis and former Alderman Simpson
David Moore Receives the Endorsements of U.S. Rep. Danny Davis and former Chicago Alderman Dick Simpson for His Record of Integrity and Good Government
Secretary of State Candidate David Moore is proud to receive the endorsements of two people who are synonymous with good government and integrity.
At a news conference Monday, May 2, 2022, 10 a.m., at the Hotel Allegro, 171 W. Randolph St., Orpheum Room, 3rd Floor, U.S. Rep. Danny Davis (7th CD) and former Chicago Alderman Dick Simpson will endorse Moore as their choice for the next Illinois Secretary of State.
Both men believe Moore’s record of integrity and good government are the two most important characteristics for the person seeking to replace Secretary Jesse White, who is retiring after this term.
At the news conference, Moore will outline his plans to keep the office transparent and accountable to prevent it from returning to a political seat instead of a servant’s seat.
The recent media revelations showing elected officials using their political positions to enrich themselves is why the secretary of state’s seat must remain a servant’s seat and not a steppingstone for people’s political resumes or ambitions,” says Moore, who also serves as Chicago’s 17th Ward alderman.
Moore has worked as an accountant for several Fortune 500 companies. He graduated from Western Illinois University with a dual major in accounting and operations management. He earned an MA with emphasis in government studies at Loyola University-Chicago.
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