In this issue of Tenth News:
- Two Reasons to Vote for Alexi Giannoulias
- Tenth Dems Celebrates Grassroot Politics and Honors Volunteers
- Sharon Sanders Accepts the 2010 George Rosenblit Tenth Dems Volunteer of the Year Award
- Unfair to Middling
- Dan Seals, Other Candidates, Speak at BJBE Political Forum; Robert Dold a No-Show
- Congress Watch: Illinois Voters Have Clear Choice for Senate
- Our Democratic Candidates – Vote November 2nd!
- Questions for Voters
- Lemmings and Leaders: Kirk Has Followed Fellow GOPers Off That Cliff
- Why I Vote
by Steve Sheffey
In this article, the writer reviews the differences in the positions of the two senatorial candidates—just in case anyone needs a refresher.
by Michael Vanassche
The Tenth Dems fundraiser on 10-10-10 proudly honored distinguished guests and dedicated volunteers, all emphasizing the choices confronting voters during this election cycle.
Read Sharon Sanders own words as we publish her gracious and inspirational acceptance speech. Then follow her exhortation and make sure you vote!
by Ron Levitsky
If, in recent years, you’ve questioned the viability of the American Dream, you’re not alone. The writer raises our awareness about the consequences of a less equal society.
by Carol Hillsberg
Chicagoland Jewish High School, Congregation BJBE, and Solomon Schechter Day School jointly hosted a political forum which gave candidates the opportunity to emphasize exactly what they wanted voters to recall when they cast their ballots.
The monthly column affirms Alexi’s commitment to supporting the programs of the current administration while demonstrating his opponent’s unwavering support for the Republican agenda.
The Tenth Dems staff has organized an easy-to-read, easy-to-digest list of all of our candidates for your viewing pleasure.
by John Gerty
In this article, the writer points his finger at the ludicrous challenges manufactured by Republicans and the hypocritical positions they engender.
by Jack Altschuler
Reminding us that a Kirk victory would be akin to falling off a cliff, the writer encourages us to value leadership instead of lockstep obedience.
by Debra Shore
If you’ve ever been too burdened by everyday stress, too tired to stand in line at a polling place, or too disheartened to believe your one vote makes a difference, read this article. It’ll put a kick in your step and send you to the polls eagerly.