Posts Tagged ‘ Scott Waguespack ’

***Update: Mell Hesitates ***Mell to Step Aside For Daughter: Sun-Times

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January 4, 2013
Deb Mell is expected to be named 33rd Ward Alderman when her father resigns. Credit Illinois GA

Ald. Dick Mell plans to step aside. Mell's daughter Deb is expected to be named to the vacant seat
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Part 4: Pride and Subversion

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October 20, 2012

The 47th Ward was the last ward in the city to elect an acknowledged Republican as alderman. It should have a strong Republican Party. What we do know is that the 47th Ward Republican party named Democratic poll judges, did not make an effort to recruit candidates for election and did not participate in party building, according to...
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Pride Parade Walkers Needed

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June 19, 2012

“Walk with me in the Pride Parade on Sunday, June 24th! We will be walking with 44th Ward Alderman Tom Tunney and 1st Ward Alderman Joe Moreno. There is a new route for the parade this year. We will be meeting at the new stepping off location at Broadway and Montrose. The parade begins...
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Chappell, Courtenay and Hamilton- Finding Their Way

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April 13, 2012
Chappell School

Hamilton, Chappell and Courtney have strong principals and are demonstrating clear progress
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LSC Central; Everything You Need to Know About LSCs

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April 3, 2012

An index to the Bulldog coverage of schools and the 2012 Local School Council elections in 17 North Side schools with tips on voting, campaigning and critique of the schools.
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LSC Review Gets Bulldog in Conflict With Schools (long)

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March 1, 2012
The Chicago Public Schools will be holding a public meeting to discuss the budget at Lane Tech High School, August 17 starting at 6 PM

Chicago Public Schools say they acted in the interest of protecting candidates privacy when they changed a policy of allowing access to nominating papers of persons seeking office in Local School Councils.
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CPS to Restrict Access to LSC Election Records (short)

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March 1, 2012
McPherson Elementary

Schools fail to follow rules, then change policy to prevent press from further investigation
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Local campaign fund raising- Part 2

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January 30, 2012

A Bulldog study found area politicians are able to raise and maintain political campaign chests totaling millions of dollars, with some candidate going into debt to win races and other candidates losing, but maintaining campaign funds.
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Scott Waguespack- 32nd Ward Alderman

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January 30, 2012

Scott Waguespack- 32nd Ward Alderman Chicago Alderman since 2007 Neighborhood connection- Bucktown resident Ward Service Office: 2657 N Clybourn Ave. Chicago, IL 60614 +1.773.248.1330 +1.773.248.1360 fax  City Hall Office: 121 N LaSalle St., Ste. 300 Chicago, IL 60602 +1.312.744.6567 +1.312.744.4852 fax Email: Info@Ward32.org Website FaceBook Twitter Newsletter  Top and significant contributors: Name Amount SEIU...
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2011 Political fundraising nearly $6.4M

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January 27, 2012
2011 Political fundraising nearly $6.4M

The top political candidates in the area, based solely on fundraising ability in 2011 were Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, follwed by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Illinois Senate President John Cullerton.
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