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January 6, 2016
By Linda Burke What is going on at College of DuPage? 8 facts You may not know about the manufactured crisis at College of DuPage. COD is the second largest institution of higher education in the state. It is a mainstay of opportunity for the middle class, offering a two-year associates degree, transfer to four-year colleges...
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2016 Election Calendar – March 15, 2016 Primary –it’s right around the corner!  Are you registered? 02/4/2016     First day for Vote by Mail applications to be mailed, Early Voting at the Election Commission Office in Wheaton. 02/16/2016     Regular Voter Registration closes. 02/17/2016     Grace Period Registration begins. 02/29/2016     First day for Early Voting outside the Election...
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By Greg Hosè As we move into 2016 we are focusing on getting the word out to as many new people as possible.  Since the weather isn’t the best for canvassing, we are looking for volunteers to host campaign coffees/listening parties and invite their friends and neighbors to meet me, hear about the campaign, and...
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By Mark Garrity It’s the end of the year so if you have the stomach for it let’s take a look back at Governor Rauner’s first year in office. As it stands now without a budget (that was due on July 1st) the state government is on track to spend about $6 billion more than it takes...
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By Carla FeinkindThe Republican Party is cynically using the rhetoric of hate and fear. Fear Muslim terrorists.  Bar ALL Muslims from entering our nation because they are coming to kill you. Republicans scream this even in the face of the largest humanitarian crisis since WW11.   Records of attacks on Muslims and Mosques (and even Sikhs...
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By Kim Savage I hope all of you enjoyed a peaceful and joyous holiday season. I know I did relish the lull in the hub-bub between the petition gathering season and the onset of the campaign. As I relaxed by the fire with a nice cup of hot chocolate on New Year’s Day, I thought...
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