Posts Tagged ‘ elections ’

Rahm starts petition drive

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October 16, 2010

Rahm Emanuel (D-Old Raveneswood) will be kicking off his petition drive this weekend according to an e-mail from the Chicago For Rahm site. A petition campaign needs 12,500 valid signatures to gain ballot access. Emanuel is currently facing 16 opponents according to the Progress Illinois scoreboard.
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New Rahm campaign video

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October 13, 2010

Rahm Emanuel has issued a campaign video today. Please discuss and rate.
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Rahmbo clears field in social media dustup; Does it mean anything?

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October 13, 2010

Rahm Emanuel had 90,891 tweets in the last six days, probably blowing out all other politicians in Illinois combined, a study by The Bulldog says.
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The political races on Twitter: Claypool heating up support

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October 3, 2010
The political races on Twitter: Claypool heating up support

Quinn closed his polling gap in the last two weeks, and Twitter seems to reflect greater interest in his candidacy. However, he still trails Bill Brady in Tweets and followers. Claypool has a wide and widening lead on Berrios. We uncovered additional strength for Ratowitz
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Berrios campaign: Shaw laundering for Claypool

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September 20, 2010

Democratic candidate for County Assessor Joe Berrios accused BGA exec dir Andy Shaw of laundering money and working for the campaign of Forrest Claypool
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Steans to carry Fritchey TIF idea in Statehouse

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September 20, 2010

IL Sen Heather Steans indicates she will carry the TIF package introduced earlier in the summer by IL Rep John Fritchey
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201 Miles to Springfield: Adam Robinson IL Senate video

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September 13, 2010

Adam Robinson, candidate for IL Senate, has produced a new video
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201 Miles to Springfield: Mayoral race

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September 13, 2010

12 local candidates being discussed as potential mayoral candidates. An update of the current state of the race.
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Ravenswood candidate fund-raising filing

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July 23, 2010

Democratic candidates are easily out classing their Republican and Green Party opponents in fund raising, according to filings this month with the Illinois State Board of Elections. The semi-annual filings, combined with statements by candidates for Congress filed with the Federal Elections Commission, only looking at candidates that reside in or represent the Ravenswood...
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