Posts Tagged “First District”

Patlak and Wendt exchange courteous words in example of positive election transition

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Patlak and Wendt exchange courteous words in example of positive election transition

Patlak and Wendt exchange courteous words in example of positive election transition After a grueling election fight for the First District of the Cook County Board of Review, the Cook County Board of Elections issued a certification officially declaring Democrat Tammy Wendt as the winner over Republican incumbent Dan Patlak. The two contenders issued statements…

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As mail-in votes are counted, Tammy Wendt surges to apparent victory over Dan Patlak in election upset

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As mail-in votes are counted, Tammy Wendt surges to apparent victory over Dan Patlak in election upset

As mail-in votes are counted, Tammy Wendt surges to apparent victory over Dan Patlak in election upset As mail-in ballots continue to be counted, the Cook County contest for Board of Review inn the First District race between Dan Patlak & Tammy Wendt flipped with Wendt now soundly leading by 3,695 votes. Patlak was declared…

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Aurelia Pucinski receives support for retention as Illinois Appellate Court justice

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Aurelia Pucinski receives support for retention as Illinois Appellate Court justice

Aurelia Pucinski receives support for retention as Illinois Appellate Court justice Illinois Appellate Court Justice Aurelia Pucinski is seeking retention on the Tuesday, November 3, 2020 General Election ballot. Her Ballot number is 201 and she needs your support. This year’s ballot is going to be very long and difficult because of having so many…

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Former prescription drug addict challenges do-nothing Bobby Rush in March 17 Democratic primary

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Former prescription drug addict challenges do-nothing Bobby Rush in March 17 Democratic primary

Former prescription drug addict challenges do-nothing Bobby Rush in March 17 Democratic primary University of Chicago Law student Sarah Gad says her own personal experiences from seven years ago involving prescription drug addiction has motivated her to understand the challenges facing many Illinois residents and to support pro bono legal work for those in need….

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