Posts Tagged “March 20”

Judge Betar win’s nomination to serve on 13th Judicial District

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Judge Betar win’s nomination to serve on 13th Judicial District

Judge Betar win’s nomination to serve on 13th Judicial District Associate Judge Sam Betar III won the backing of voters on March 20, 2018 to represent the Democratic Party as their candidate for the 13th Judicial District in Cook County in the November 6, 2018 General Election. Judge Betar, one of the first Arab Americans…

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Nearly every congressman, candidate has taken money from AIPAC

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Nearly every congressman, candidate has taken money from AIPAC

Nearly every congressman, candidate has taken money from AIPAC In the heated battle for the 3rd Congressional District in the March 20, 2018 Democratic Primary, which has one of the largest concentrations of Arab American voters in the country, incumbent conservative Dan Lipinski squeaked out a slim victory over liberal challenger Marie Newman. For the…

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GOP Chairman Morrison applauds Rauner victory

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GOP Chairman Morrison applauds Rauner victory

GOP Chairman Morrison applauds Rauner victory Cook County GOP Chairman Congratulates Bruce Rauner on Primary Election Victory, Calls for Unity Cook County Republican Party Chairman Sean M. Morrison would like to congratulate Governor Bruce Rauner on his successful primary election victory on Tuesday. “Governor Rauner has fought tirelessly to rebuild the Republican Party in Illinois…

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Democratic Machine revives in election as big names are pushed under

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Democratic Machine revives in election as big names are pushed under

Democratic Machine revives in election as big names are pushed under J.B. Pritzker defeats Kennedy who runs 3rd behind Daniel Biss for Governor. Kwame Raoul holds a lead over former Governor Pat Quinn for Illinois Attorney General. Congressman Dan Lipinski holds a tight lead over liberal challenger Marie Newman. Fritz Kaegi unseats Joe Berrios as…

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Will County Clerk race shows how little media cares about real issues

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Will County Clerk race shows how little media cares about real issues

Will County Clerk race shows how little media cares about real issues The race for Will County Clerk will determine who will be responsible for maintaining the county’s records, and managing department budget costs, things the mainstream news media apparently doesn’t seem to concerned about. What they are worried about is an incident that happened…

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Early voting now open to Illinois residents

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Early voting now open to Illinois residents

Early voting now open to Illinois residents For or the March 20, 2018 Gubernatorial Primary Election, traditional Early Voting will take place March 5-19. Early Voting locations and hours can be found here. While some calendars suggest that the Early Voting period in Illinois may begin as early as February 8 ballots will not be available by…

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