Posts Tagged “General Election”

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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National media creates confusion with vote count in the 14th Congressional District

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National media creates confusion with vote count in the 14th Congressional District

National media creates confusion with vote count in the 14th Congressional District News media inflates election results to help Lauren Underwood campaign over challenger Jim Oberweis. But Oberweis and election officials say his lead remains solid and Congresswoman Lauren Underwood continues to lag behind Oberweis election numbers While the New York Times and other national…

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Candidates, Judges and community leaders address AADC online rally

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Candidates, Judges and community leaders address AADC online rally

Candidates, Judges and community leaders address AADC online rally Arab Americans encouraged to be fully engaged in the November 3, 2020 General Election and to make their voices heard by the candidates, local government officials, and the news media. The 3 hour online Zoom Annual Rally for Candidates hosted by the Arab American Democratic Club…

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Voters by state with most influence in Presidential & Senate elections

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Voters by state with most influence in Presidential & Senate elections

Voters by state with most influence in Presidential & Senate elections With the 2020 election a little over a week away and voters’ influence varying from state to state, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s States with the Most & Least Powerful Voters, as well as accompanying videos. WalletHub compared the…

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California 50th and Illinois 3rd Congressional battles explored on Arab Radio

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California 50th and Illinois 3rd Congressional battles explored on Arab Radio

California 50th and Illinois 3rd Congressional battles explored on Arab Radio The Ray Hanania Show on WNZK AM 690 Radio on the US Arab Radio Network and simulcast live on the Arab News Newspaper Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/TheArabNews will feature two guests who Will examine the role of Arab American voters in the President Battle…

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Four Cook County Judges you should watch out for

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Four Cook County Judges you should watch out for

Opinion: Four Cook County Judges you should watch out for The politics of judicial retentions: Why you should look hard at all of the judges running for re-election, ignore the politicians and the legal bar associations and instead remember those names who surface during the year and vote against their retention. One of the judges…

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Ray Hanania on Politics Podcast: Factors in the Trump-Biden election battle

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Ray Hanania on Politics Podcast: Factors in the Trump-Biden election battle

Ray Hanania on Politics Podcast: Factors in the Trump-Biden election battle Veteran former Chicago City Hall reporter and columnist Ray Hanania looks at the factors that will decide the presidential election battle between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden in his podcast at “Ray Hanania on Politics.” Season 2 Episode 8 Oct….

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Is Judge Demacopoulos seeking revenge against her critics?

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Is Judge Demacopoulos seeking revenge against her critics?

Is Judge Demacopoulos seeking revenge against her critics? Anna Helen Demacopoulos, a Cook County Judge seeking retention criticized for having the highest number of rulings reversed, is allegedly lobbying against support of nonprofit voter education efforts regarding judicial retention. Issue trying to get revenge against her critics? By Ray Hanania Anna Helen Demacopoulos, a Cook…

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Arab American Democratic Club to host online rally

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Arab American Democratic Club to host online rally Arab American Democrats will fete Democratic candidates running in the Nov. 3, 2020 General election at an online Zoom Conference that will be held Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020 beginning at 11 AM. The conference includes elected officials, government officials of all parties, local community journalists and leaders…

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Newman continues to lead Republican challenger

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Newman continues to lead Republican challenger

Newman continues to lead Republican challenger Polls claim that the gap between Marie Newman, who unseated seven term Congressman Dan Lipinski in the March 2020 Democratic Primary election, and her Republican rival Mike Fricilone, is narrowing. but the district is strongly Democratic with an even stronger conservative edge. Not electing Newman to office would be…

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What impact will the battle over Ginsburg vacancy on the US Supreme Court have on the Presidential election?

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What impact will the battle over Ginsburg vacancy on the US Supreme Court have on the Presidential election?

What impact will the battle over Ginsburg vacancy on the US Supreme Court have on the Presidential election? The Arab News Newspaper Live Arab Radio Election Coverage focusses on the impact of the Ginsburg vacancy on the November Presidential election What impact with the battle to succeed Ruth Bader Ginsburg have on the Nov. 3,…

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Oberweis slams Underwood for coddling violent protestors

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Oberweis slams Underwood for coddling violent protestors

Oberweis slams Underwood for coddling violent protestors The Jim Oberweis campaign has made a 500-point ad buy on broadcast TV in the Chicago media market that is started on Saturday slamming Democratic Congresswoman Lauren Underwood for supporting the violent protestors who looted, burned down and destroyed businesses during Black Lives Matter protests in May and…

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