The Democratic Primary…

Like the elections of Barack Obama and Donald Trump show us, elections have consequences. Elections happen even when–like in 2018–choosing the president isn’t on the line. Primary elections set the ballot for November campaigns. Vote in the Democratic primary! It’s one of the big steps on the path to electing more Democrats this November. Hopefully this special edition of our Tenth Dems newsletter helps you to vote early or on Election Day, Tuesday, March 20.

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In this issue of Tenth News:

Why Vote in a Primary

How to Vote

What’s on the Ballot in the 10th Congressional District

Convention Showcases Full Slate of Candidates

Events Calendar

Poetry and Prose Awards Night Set for April 19

Volunteer!

 

Why Vote in a Primary

By Eleonora di Liscia

An impassioned plea to get out to the polls, now or on Tuesday.

How to Vote

By Barbara Altman

Details on how and where to vote on Tuesday throughout the 10th Congressional District.

What’s on the Ballot in the 10th Congressional District

A list of the races and candidates on the primary election ballot

Convention Showcases Full Slate of Candidates

By Todd Sloane

On February 25, an enthusiastic crowd of about 325 people packed into an auditorium in Grayslake heard from more than 50 Democratic candidates up and down the ballot, who urged them to turn Lake County blue this November.

Events Calendar

Join Tenth Dems at Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky’s annual Women’s Power Lunch on April 23

Poetry and Prose Awards Night Set for April 19

The Tenth Dems’ 8th Annual Poetry and Prose Contest deadline for submissions is March 23. Join us for Awards Night in Waukegan on April 19.

Volunteer!

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