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SUPPORT OUR CANDIDTES – SEAN CASTEN! By Reid McCollum Rep. Sean Casten is the most vulnerable Democratic House incumbent in Illinois this fall. Almost 80% of voters are new to his district, and Gov. Pritzker only won it by 5 points in 2018. You can help Sean win re-election and defend the Democratic House majority...
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IF YOU NEED ANOTHER REASON TO VOTE ON NOVEMBER 8 ….. By Joanna Williams The Workers’ Rights Amendment to the Illinois Constitution is on the ballot! In the fall of 2022, Illinois voters will have an opportunity to vote for a constitutional ban on “right-to-work” laws in the state. Right to Work laws weaken unions....
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SO, WHAT DO DEMOCRATS BELIEVE? By Mary Coen I have been asked recently what it is that motivates the Democratic Party? What values do they hold that determine their push to direct departments and pass bills and lead investigations? I can’t find any research that directly involves our political parties but there is a body...
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VOTE FOR DEMOCRATS TO DEFEND OUR RIGHTS AND OUR DEMOCRACY By Carla Feinkind These are scary, HAIR–ON–FIRE times. This dangerous GOP is a threat to our way of life. The GOP is a threat to our democracy – they are now a fully fascist entity. They unabashedly idolize Hungary’s authoritarian leader, Viktor Orbán and Vladimir...
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PC CORNER August 2022 Now is the time to put our gears in FORWARD to engage in the important work of electing Democrats across the ballot in November. Our work as Precinct Committeepersons is KEY to our victories. VOTE BY MAIL applications may be applied for now. EARLY VOTING starts October 24. We should inform...
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MESSAGE FROM OUR VICE CHAIR By Chris Hotchkin Thank you to Greg and Leslie and Steve for their leadership these past years. Leading an organization during a pandemic is no easy task. We appreciate their commitment to DGTDO and we will be calling on them for the particular knowledge and skills they bring, including liaison...
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MESSAGE FROM OUR CHAIR – AUGUST By Julia Beckman I am grateful to all who had the confidence to elect me as your new Chairman.  While I am certainly not new to this organization, this position is new for me.  I pledge to listen and learn from all of you as we race toward the...
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DEMOCRACY IS ON THE BALLOT!  TIME TO STEP UP! By Carla Feinkind Right now, it’s easy to feel like you’re being pulled in a million directions. In our house, we just had wonderfully distracting fun with the family over the holidays. (Lots of cooking and WORK, too!) There has also been lots of great news!...
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By Urszula Tanouye If you live in School District 63 (Concord Elementary and Cass Jr. High), you’ll see a bond question on your June 28 primary ballot. Our neighbor district, Center Cass 66, has its own ballot question. Each one is different, and each applies only to its own district’s voters. I’m writing to tell...
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By Chirs Hotchkin The Primary Election will be held June 28. However, early voting and mail in voting has already started. As Precinct Committeepersons, our number one job is to get as many Democratic voters to the polls as we can. Here are things we should be doing to get out the Democratic vote: Get...
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