November Tenth News: Scarier Than Halloween

2014 November Newlsetter


Tenth Dems November Newsletter

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In this issue of Tenth News:

Congress Watch: Make Your Voice Heard and VOTE!
The time is now! The choice between Brad Schneider and ex-Congressman Dold could not be clearer.  Sitting on the sidelines only guarantees a Republican-run Congress and two more years without addressing the real issues affecting Americans. Get out and vote!

by Adrienne Kirshbaum
ISIS and Ebola may be scary.  But nothing is scarier than what happens when Democrats fail to get out and vote.

A Time to Stand
by Eleonora di Liscia
For Democrats, there have been many memorable moments, highs and lows, in our recent political history. If we don’t vote, expect more of those lows.  Bullies and cheaters all over the U.S. are trying to make it difficult for some Democrats to exercise this most sacred right.  We mustn’t take it for granted.  We must vote.

Illinois’ Economic Comeback Under Pat Quinn: The Facts
Republican candidate for governor Bruce Rauner says the Illinois economy is in a shambles. We have some of the facts about the real condition of Illinois’ economy, which has rebounded strongly under Governor Quinn.

Former Gov. Mike Huckabee – One of the Last Dinosaurs Alive
by Steven Gan
The adoption of same-sex marriage is happening in state after state, making rabid opponents like Mike Huckabee look like dinosaurs.

Tenth Dems Supports the Coalition to Reduce Recidivism
by Barbara Altman
Through Community Connection, Tenth Dems volunteers actively participate in Waukegan Township’s anti-recidivism efforts.  Photos from the recent annual luncheon of the Coalition to Reduce Recidivism accompany this article.

Terry Link: A Good Neighbor with a Storied Legacy
by Lindy Mika
State Senator Terry Link’s record is that of a good neighbor to his constituents, fighting for the middle class, women, seniors, and the environment.

“Standing the Perimeter” – Tammy Duckworth Keynotes Tenth Dems Eleventh Annual Awards Dinner
by Eleonora di Liscia
Whether or not you were among the more than 200 people who attended the Tenth Dems Eleventh Annual Awards Dinner, you will enjoy reading about the event and perusing the pages and pages of photos.

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