Join us for an exciting, non-partisan forum featuring candidates in the upcoming local races. Feel informed and educated about the coming elections as you learn about candidates’ individual positions on a variety of topics. You may submit questions for the candidates at the beginning of the program. Moderated by Katherine Sawyer, chief advancement officer at Oakton Community College. Co-sponsored by the Library and the League of Women Voters of the Palatine Area.
1pm - Tim Schneider & Kevin B. Morrison, Cook County Commissioner District 15
2pm - Michelle Mussmann & Jillian Bernas, Illinois Representative District 56
3pm - Raja Krishnamoorthi & Jitendra "JD" Diganvker, Congressional 8th District
Please come and enjoy breakfast and meet your fellow Democrats. We will be inviting 2018 candidates as well as current office holders to speak to voters, precinct captains, and friends of our organization. We are inviting you to join us for this fundraiser and candidate forum.
Illinois Gubernatorial Candidate
Jesse White, Secretary of State
Michael Frerichs, State Treasurer
Susana Mendoza, Illinois Comptroller
Raja Krishnamoorthi, Congressman
Laura Murphy, State Senator
Cristina Castro, State Senator
Michelle Mussman, State Representative
Fred Crespo, State Representative
Water Reclamation District, Democratic Candidates
Karen Yarbrough, Candidate for Cook County Clerk
Fritz Kaegi, Candidate for Cook County Assessor
Kevin Morrison, Candidate for Cook County Commissioner 15th District
Judicial Candidates & many more
Please join the Kevin Morrison team to phone bank and/or canvass with Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi.
Please join Hon. Susana Mendoza, Hon. Jan Schakowsky, Hon. Cristina Castro, Ann Gillespie, Hon. Anna Moeller, Bruna Morrison, Hon. Michelle Mussman, Hon. Debra Shore, Hon. Ann Williams, & Chicago NOW PAC
for a reception in support of
Democrat for Commissioner, 15th District
Contributions can be made online by clicking this link or checks can be made payable to Friends of Kevin Morrison and send to PO Box 59652, Schaumburg, Illinois 60159.
For questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Paid for by Friends of Kevin Morrison. A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board's official website (www.elections.il.gov) or for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois.
Please join your neighbors and the JB for Governor Schaumburg Office as we host our first official Office Opening & Debate Watch Party!
Come enjoy some light refreshments and mingle with fellow supporters as we watch JB and Rauner in their first post-primary debate! Learn about our campaign efforts to bring the Blue Wave to the northwest suburbs of Illinois in the final phase of the midterm elections!
We’re less than 50 days away!
Theme: Celebrating Our German Beginnings
Schaumburg’s very first settlers were from Germany. German was the first language spoken. Schaumburg, IL holds close ties with Schaumburg, Germany, through the Schaumburg Sister Cities Association. In honor of our rich heritage, we celebrate… Bring out Octoberfest in September!
Parade kicks-off promptly at 10 a.m. Line-up is on Wise Road between Roselle Road and Plum Grove Road at 8:30 a.m. Wise Road is closed between Roselle and Plum Grove Roads at 9 a.m. 9:30 a.m. for parade traffic. Summit Drive is closed at 8 a.m. The two-mile and approximately two-hour parade on Monday, September 3 moves south to north on Summit Dr. from Wise Rd. to Stock Port Ln.
|Parade Route||Moves South to North on Summit Drive from Wise Road to Stock Part Lane (approximately 2 miles, taking 2 hours)|
|Parade Closures||Wise Road closed between Roselle & Plum Grove Rd at 8:30am|
|Assembly||Line up on Wise Road between Roselle and Plum Grove Rd at 8:30am|
Join us for our annual participation in the Schaumburg Fourth of July Parade. The parade will kick off at 9:00 am. Route this year is on Illinois Blvd. Assembly at 7:45 at Schaumburg Township Building & Maple Park.
Illinois Blvd. proceed northeast from Paris Lane to Evanston St. (approximately 1 mile)