Posts Tagged “Democratic primary”

Challenge to Congressman Bobby Rush fueled by uplifting story

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Challenge to Congressman Bobby Rush fueled by uplifting story

Challenge to Congressman Bobby Rush fueled by uplifting story A woman who was jailed for nonviolent prescription drug offenses years ago after being seriously injured when hit by a drunk driver, is challenging Congressman Bobby Rush in the March 17 Illinois Democratic Primary election for Congress in the 1st District. By Ray Hanania A woman who was…

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Arab American Democratic Club hosts election Breakfast Feb. 16, 2020

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Arab American Democratic Club hosts election Breakfast Feb. 16, 2020

Arab American Democratic Club hosts election Breakfast Feb. 16, 2020 As we approach the most critical elections in a long time, it is of utmost importance that we not only participate in these elections, but be very well informed about all the candidates. Remember, knowledge is power.   For many years, the Arab American Democratic Club…

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Chicago mayor endorses Marie Newman in 3rd District race

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Chicago mayor endorses Marie Newman in 3rd District race

Chicago mayor endorses Marie Newman in 3rd District race Candidate Marie Newman received the endorsement Saturday February 8 of Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot during a rally held at a South Side Chicago church outside of the 3rd Congressional District. Newman is making her second effort to unseat Congressman Dan Lipinski who was appointed to the…

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Bloomberg targets gun violence in his presidential bid

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Bloomberg targets gun violence in his presidential bid

Bloomberg targets gun violence in his presidential bid Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg is taking on the challenge of fighting gun violence in his campaign to become president and win the Democratic Party nomination. Bloomberg will be on the Illinois ballot on March 17 and is considered a formidable candidate, despite his late entry…

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University of Chicago Law Student challenges Rush for Congress

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University of Chicago Law Student challenges Rush for Congress

University of Chicago Law Student challenges Rush for Congress Law student Sarah Gad of the University of Chicago says her own personal experiences from seven years ago involving drug addiction has motivated her to understand the challenges facing many Illinois residents and to support pro bono legal work for those in need. Gad is an exemplary…

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Iowa caucus disaster smells like another effort to get Sanders

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Iowa caucus disaster smells like another effort to get Sanders

Iowa caucus disaster smells like another effort to get Sanders The Iowa Caucus debacle and the long delays in tabulating the final winners and losers has thrown the Democratic process in to a loop giving one apparent loser, Joe Biden, some wiggle room to avoid the negative publicity with his running only 4th — a…

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