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Tenth Dems April Newsletter

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In this issue of Tenth News:

Meet State Representative Laura Fine (17th District)

Congress Watch: The GOP’s War on the Environment

Post-Election Thank You from Moraine Township Democratic Slate   

Democrats Turn Vernon Township Blue!

We Must Work Harder

West Deerfield Dems Score Historic Sweep

Pre-Election Let’s Talk Politics in Deerfield Builds Enthusiasm for Local Candidates

 

Meet State Representative Laura Fine (17th District)

By Mark DeBofsky

Our series on elected officials from the area in and around the 10th Congressional District continues this month as we learn more about 17th District State Representative Laura Fine.

 

Congress Watch: The GOP’s War on the Environment

By Dr. Laurence D. Schiller

While 10th District Congressman works to preserve our planet, President Trump and his enablers in Congress have been launching an attack on the environment through executive orders and legislation aimed at rescission of environmental regulations and weakening the EPA.

 

Post-Election Thank You from Moraine Township Democratic Slate

The Democrats recently elected to Moraine Township offices thank their constituents and reaffirm their promise to continue to provide outstanding services without increasing taxes.   

 

Democrats Turn Vernon Township Blue!

By Mark Rosenberg, M.D.

A slate of political newcomers ousted the entrenched Republicans in Vernon Township.

 

We Must Work Harder

By John Idleburg

Not all Democrats running for local office around the 10th Congressional District were victorious in the April 4 elections. We must work harder.

 

West Deerfield Dems Score Historic Sweep

Following the April 4 elections, for the very first time, West Deerfield Township will be led entirely by Democrats.

 

Pre-Election Let’s Talk Politics in Deerfield Builds Enthusiasm for Local Candidates

By Laurence D. Schiller

The Deerfield Public Library was the setting for the March 27 session of Let’s Talk Politics.  The discussion was lively and far-ranging, and attendees met some of the Democrats running on April 4.

 

 

Tenth News Special Election Edition – Polls are OPEN

Tenth Dems Special Election Edition

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Please follow this link to view our Election 2017 newsletter as a pdf file. In this issue of Tenth News::

Voter Information for the April 4th Elections

Get Out and Vote! It all Starts with Local Elections

Meet the Democratic Candidates in West Deerfield Township

Meet the Democratic Candidates in Vernon Township

Meet the Democratic Candidates in Warren Township

Meet the Democratic Candidates in Moraine Township

John Idleburg for Zion Township Supervisor

March 2017 Newsletter – Survive and Advance

Tenth Dems March Newsletter

Please follow the link to view our March newsletter as a pdf file:

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In this issue of Tenth News:

Meet 9th District State Senator Daniel Biss

Congress Watch: Brad Schneider Earns Standing Ovation at Overflow Town Hall

Brad Schneider Meets with Constituents in Lake Forest

Legislative Update: State Representative Robyn Gabel

Community Connection Sponsors 7th Annual Poetry and Prose Contest for High Schoolers

A Press Conference or a Side Show?

U.S. Postal Service Performing Well, Despite Obstacles Imposed by Congress

Appeals Court Hands Victory to Pediatricians and Gun Safety

We Can Move Mountains!

 

Meet 9th District State Senator Daniel Biss

By Mark D. DeBofsky

Illinois state government may be paralyzed, but at least one member of the legislature is working hard to end the stalemate. Learn more about State Senator Daniel Biss.

Congress Watch: Brad Schneider Earns Standing Ovation at Overflow Town Hall

By Laurence D. Schiller

Many members of Congress, particularly Republicans, have been afraid to meet with their constituents during legislative breaks. Not so Brad Schneider, Congressman for Illinois’ 10th District. From town halls to roundtables, he’s out and about listening to what 10th District residents have to say and answering our questions.

Brad Schneider Meets with Constituents in Lake Forest

By Dottie Palombo     

A February meeting with residents of a retirement community was only one example of how 10th District Congressman Brad Schneider has been accessible to his constituents, listening to their concerns, and answering their questions at every opportunity.

Legislative Update: State Representative Robyn Gabel

Illinois’ 18th District State Representative Robyn Gabel now chairs the Illinois House’s Green Caucus.  She also has been working on healthcare, voters’ rights, and other issues of importance to Democrats and progressives.  

Community Connection Sponsors 7th Annual Poetry and Prose Contest for High Schoolers

By Gundula Miethke

One sure sign of spring is the annual Community Connection Poetry and Prose Contest. This year’s theme is Service, and it’s bound to inspire some creative writing from participating high school students from Waukegan, North Chicago, and Zion..

A Press Conference or a Side Show?

By Sheila Nielsen

President Trump held a news conference on February 16th. Sounds normal, doesn’t it? From the perspective of this author, Ringling Bros. may be ending its iconic circus this May, but it appears that the carnival is merely packing up and moving to Washington.

U.S. Postal Service Performing Well, Despite Obstacles Imposed by Congress

By Brian Dupuis

Notwithstanding Republican Congress’ efforts to burden the U.S. Postal Service with pension debt, this government agency is performing better than ever..

Appeals Court Hands Victory to Pediatricians and Gun Safety

By Mark Rosenberg, M.D.

A recent ruling by a federal appeals court in Florida provided some welcome news to pediatricians and proponents of gun safety, striking down a law that forbae pediatricians from inquiring of parents about guns in the home.

We Can Move Mountains!

By Steven Gan

A recent Let’s Talk Politics gathering in Mount Prospect brought out a large number of Democrats and progressives with a lot on their minds. Their common goal?  To channel anger and frustration into positive action.