Posts Tagged “election”

Hastings announces for Secretary of State

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Hastings announces for Secretary of State

Hastings announces for Secretary of State State Senator Michael E. Hastings announces bid for Secretary of State. Hastings wins major endorsement from the Carpenters union, which represents 30,000 Illinois working families Illinois State Senator Michael E. Hastings (D-Tinley Park) announced Wednesday his intention to run for Secretary of State, pledging to serve working class families across…

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Mike Madigan does get to select his successor

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Mike Madigan does get to select his successor

Mike Madigan does get to select his successor The decision on who should succeed #MichaelJMadigan in the #22ndDistrict belongs to the voters, not to the news media media pundits nor to the loudmouthed revolutionaries and activists. The right way to fill the vacancy when Madigan resigned from the Illinois House is to allow the #Democrat…

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McLaughlin responds to false claims from Pekau

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McLaughlin responds to false claims from Pekau

McLaughlin responds to false claims from Pekau Dan McLaughlin Calls Out His Opponent’s Continued Partisan Games, Pledges to Host Regular Office Hours to Talk to the Community. As Mayor Pekau continues to play partisan games and waste taxpayer time on discredited political attacks, candidate Dan McLaughlin reaffirms his commitment to get to work for Orland…

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Independent candidate hopes to bring new ideas to Orland Library

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Independent candidate hopes to bring new ideas to Orland Library

Independent candidate hopes to bring new ideas to Orland Library A businessman and father of two kids from Orland Park hopes to bring new ideas to expand the services of the Orland Park Library. Independent candidate Mohammed Jaber says he is running for the board to help expand the programs the library offers My name is Mohammed…

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Candidate throws his hat in ring for Tinley Park mayor’s race

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Candidate throws his hat in ring for Tinley Park mayor’s race

Candidate throws his hat in ring for Tinley Park mayor’s race Kevin Suggs Announces Candidacy For Mayor of Tinley Park Kevin Suggs, a highly accomplished sales professional and University of Notre Dame graduate, announced his candidacy for mayor of the Village of Tinley Park on January 11, 2021. Suggs, a 23-year resident of the village,…

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Pekau uses Orland Village Board to put politics over people

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Pekau uses Orland Village Board to put politics over people

Pekau uses Orland Village Board to put politics over people Opinion columnist Ray Hanania examines the stark differences between Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau and former Mayor Dan McLaughlin in this analysis. Pekau cares about politics. McLaughlin cares about people. No politician is perfect but Pekau is on the furthest extreme. Pekau has turned taxpayer-funded…

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McLaughlin blasts Pekau for using board meetings to promote his political campaign

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McLaughlin blasts Pekau for using board meetings to promote his political campaign

McLaughlin blasts Pekau for using board meetings to promote his political campaign Former Orland Park Mayor Dan McLaughlin accused Mayor Keith Pekau of using taxpayer-funded village board meetings and staff to unleash a series of vicious political accusations. McLaughlin said the Village board should be used to champion the rights of taxpayers not to fund…

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AHRC Congratulates Joseph Biden on Being Sworn in as America’s 46th President:

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AHRC Congratulates Joseph Biden on Being Sworn in as America’s 46th President:

AHRC Congratulates Joseph Biden on Being Sworn in as America’s 46th President: The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) congratulates Mr. Joe Biden and Mrs. Kamala Harris for being sworn in yesterday, Jan 20, 2021 as America’s President and Vice President in a historical ceremony amidst exceptional security measures. This year’s inauguration ceremony was watched by people across…

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McLaughlin slams bill that undermines police

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McLaughlin slams bill that undermines police

McLaughlin slams bill that undermines police Former Orland Park Mayor Dan McLaughlin, who is seeking re-election in April to replace beleaguered Mayor Keith Pekau, slammed a bill recently passed that would undermine the rights of police. As Orland Park’s Mayor, McLaughlin was always a strong proponent of supporting a strong police force and hired Tim…

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Former Mayor Dan McLaughlin announces bid in Orland Park

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Former Mayor Dan McLaughlin announces bid in Orland Park

Former Mayor Dan McLaughlin announces bid in Orland Park After consulting with thousands of Orland Park residents, business owners, and community leaders, former Mayor, Dan McLaughlin, will be challenging incumbent mayor, Keith Pekau, in the April 6, 2021 election by continuing his commitment to serve the working families of Orland Park.    McLaughlin’s priorities will…

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Orland Park Village Trustee Daniel Calandriello Will Not Seek Another Term

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Orland Park Village Trustee Daniel Calandriello Will Not Seek Another Term

Orland Park Village Trustee Daniel Calandriello Will Not Seek Another Term Trustee Thanks Supporters and Provides Thoughts about Village’s Future After more than 7 years of public service on the Orland Park Village Board of Trustees, Dan Calandriello announced today that he will not run for re-election.  In a message to supporters, Calandriello stated, “…after…

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Democrat Tammy Wendt sworn in to Board of Review

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Democrat Tammy Wendt sworn in to Board of Review

Democrat Tammy Wendt sworn in to Board of Review Tammy Wendt was sworn in as the new commissioner for the Cook County Board of Review for the First (1st) District during ceremonies on Monday, Dec. 7, 2020. Wendt was sworn-in to her new office by Cook County Judge Pat Coghlan. Here are Tammy’s remarks following…

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