Election Resources

Walsh Freedom endorsement list for April 7, 2015 Illinois Consolidated Election:

Julie Schmidt – Elgin City Council

Jason Dusenberry – Elgin City Council

Toby Shaw – Elgin City Council

Joseph Galvan – Mayor of Elgin

Jeanette Ward – U-46 School Board (Elgin Area)

Edward Novak – U-46 School Board (Elgin Area)

Cody Holt – U-46 School Board (Elgin Area)

Jeff Meyer  – Elgin Community College Trustee

Allen Skillicorn – East Dundee Village Trustee

Frank Napolitano – College Of DuPage Trustee

Deanne Mazzochi – College Of DuPage Trustee

Charles Bernstein – College Of DuPage Trustee

Richard Skoda – Hinsdale High School, District 86

Greg Gershuny – Hinsdale High School, District 86

Fred Cappetta – Hinsdale High School, District 86

David DeRango – Carol Stream Library Trustee

Dominic Jeffrey – Carol Stream Library Trustee

Paula McGowan – Regional Board of School Trustee (DuPage County)

Catherine Hanzelin – Regional Board of School Trustee (DuPage County)

Al D’Ambrosio  – Commissioner of Glen Ellyn Park District Board

Jeff Cooper  – Glen Ellyn School Board, District 41

Gary Tonn – Board of Education, District 200 (Wheaton Area)

Steve Rooney – Johnsburg School Board, District 12

Scott Curry – McHenry City Alderman, Ward 4

Karen Tirio – McHenry County College Trustee

Mike Smith – McHenry County College Trustee

Ron Parrish – McHenry County College Trustee

Betty Davis. – McHenry Elementary School Board, District 15

John O’neill – McHenry Elementary School Board, District 15

Matthew F. Meyer – McHenry County Regional Board of School Trustees

Eric M. Dowd – McHenry County Regional Board of School Trustees

Kelly Liebmann – McHenry County Regional Board of School Trustees

Titus Mielke – Crystal Lake School Board, District 155

Steve Bishop – Village Of Spring Grove Trustee

Diane Bishop – Nippersink School Board, District 2

Bob Cook – Village Of Wauconda Trustee

Jason Anderson – Village of Wauconda Trustee

Joseph Coster – Village of Wauconda Trustee

Dwight Thomas – Village of Wauconda Trustee

Jennifer Fosness – Wauconda School Board, District 118

John Dyslin – Village Of Mount Prospect Trustee

Roman Golash – Palatine School Board, District 211

T.R. Johnson – Elk Grove Village Library Board

Natalie Cappetta – President of Oak Brook

Tom Handyside – Zion-Benton Township High School Board, District 126

Jill Dolan – Maine Township High School, District 207

Tony Raymond – Lake Villa District Library Trustee

Robert Spieker – Pingree Grove Village Trustee

Dave Pfeifer – Waukegan School Board District 60

C Steven Tucker's Endorsement List for 2014 Illinois mid term elections:

To find your local Illinois state representative or state senate district click here >http://www.elections.il.gov/…/CandidateFilingSearchByOffice…

1.) Larry Kaifesh for Congress in 8th U.S. congressional district
2.) Bobby Schilling in 17th U.S. congressional district 
3.) Randy Hultgren in 14th U.S. congressional district 
4.) Mike Bost in 12th U.S. congressional district 
5.) Eric M. Wallace in 2nd U.S. congressional district 
6.) Sharon O'Rourke Brannigan in 3rd U.S. congressional district.
7.) Paul Schimpf for Attorney General 
8.) Bruce Rauner for Governor 
9.) Jim Oberweis for U.S. Senate
10.) Mark Neerhof for state rep in 58th district 
11.) Mark Batinick for state rep in 97th district
12.) Heidi Holan for state rep in 46th district
12.) Don J. Wilson for state senate 30th district
14.) Keith Turner for state rep 60th district
15.) Ramiro Juárez for state rep 44th district 
16.) Jim Moynihan for state rep 56th district
17.) Christine Winger For Rep 45th state district 
18.) Jeffrey A. Meyer for state rep 43rd district 
19.) Darlene Senger for 11th U.S. congressional district
20.) Mel Thillens for state rep 55th district
21.) Kathy Myalls Zettek for state rep 17th district
22.) Terri Courtney Bryant for state rep 115th district
23.) Jerry Long for state rep 76th district 
24.) Sheri Jesiel for state rep 61st district 
25.) Glenn Nixon for state rep 79th district 
26.) Rod Drobinski for state rep 62nd district
27.) Leslie Geissler Munger for state rep 59th district
28.) Steve Reick for IL House District 63 for state rep 63rd district
29.) Jim Wozniak for state rep 71st district
30.) Dwight Kay for state rep 112th district
31.) Kristin Williamson for state rep 103rd district
32.) Melinda Hult for state rep 113th district 
33.) Neil Anderson for state senate 36th district
34.) Linda Little for State Senate 48th district
35.) John D Anthony for state rep 75th district

Vote NO on ALL Illinois referendums including:

1.) Should Illinois' minimum wage be increased from $8.25 an hour to $10? NO
2.) Should people earning more than $1 million per year be required to pay an additional 3 percent income tax on income exceeding $1 million? NO
3.) Should health insurers be required to cover the cost of contraception? NO
4.) Right to vote amendment. NO
5.) Victims rights amendment. NO

Why you should vote no on the controversial "Right to vote" and "Victims Rights" amendment. 

Read more here: http://www.bnd.com/2014/05/29/3230934/only-in-illinois-referendum-question.html#storylink=cpy

Election Integrity Project

Poll watchers needed

We have a great opportunity to make a major impact in this election to helping secure a more honest election through poll watching.  People are needed to be poll watchers in Cook County and a few other counties of interest.  These are not dangerous neighborhoods, but are districts where there has been detectable ballot fraud.  The exciting news is that you can get paid for Election Day.  They are also looking for people for early voting venues (which are mostly 9-5) and nursing homes which are usually only 3-4 hours. Early voting has already begun..  Please contact voterimpactproject@gmail.com to sign up or for more information.  Someone will get back to you the same day. 

 Please be sure to include your name and phone number in the email.

Thank you!

Claire Van Horn

Voter Impact Project

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Take Action!

National organizations, state groups and individuals across the country are taking action to protect the integrity of the election process.

What can you do?

Ultimately, we must work together to make sure that every registered voter gets "one vote" and that all votes are counted. You can make a big impact with a little effort – or a little more effort. Write a letter to the editor of your home town newspaper outlining your concerns about the integrity of the election process. And, learn how you can become an election judge for the 2014 election by clicking here

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