Support these local, pro-REALTOR® candidates April 4

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When you go to the polls April 4, show your support for local candidates who are proponents of private property rights, lower taxes and encouraging local business growth, just like these 16 candidates who received independent expenditure support from Illinois REALTORS®.

In 16 different communities, local voters received postcards touting reasons to vote for these pro-REALTOR® candidates vying for village trustee, city council, village president and mayoral positions.

Village Trustee

Village President

  • Mary Werner, (incumbent) Worth

City Council

Mayor

REALTORS® give independent expenditure support to Jones in Evanston

Illinois REALTORS® mailed postcards to registered Evanston voters asking them to vote for Shawn Jones for 9th Ward Alderman on April 4.

The postcards are part of an independent expenditure campaign by Illinois REALTORS®. Independent expenditure activities take place in support of a candidate for public office without any coordination with the candidate or the candidate’s campaign.

The postcards say Jones will make curbing crime and improving public safety his top priorities as alderman. He wants to foster deeper relationships with members of the police department, expand innovative programs for youth and encourage expansion of community policing. For more information, visit his campaign website, JonesForEvanston.com. Please support Jones if you live in Evanston.

To see a list of all the local candidates supported by independent expenditures, go here. To read all the stories in this series, go here.

 

REALTORS® give IE support to reelect McLaughlin in Barrington Hills

Illinois REALTORS® mailed postcards to registered Barrington Hills voters asking them to vote for Marty McLaughlin for village president on April 4.

The postcards are part of an independent expenditure campaign by Illinois REALTORS®. Independent expenditure activities take place in support of a candidate for public office without any coordination with the candidate or the candidate’s campaign.

The postcards say that as village president McLaughlin has reduced the village budget by 10 percent, lowered the village tax levy three years in a row, reorganized village departments and restored village cash reserves. Please support him if you live in Barrington Hills.

For a list of all the independent expenditures, go here. To read all the stories in this series, go here.

REALTORS® give IE support to reelect Coyne in Naperville

Illinois REALTORS® mailed postcards to registered Naperville voters asking them to vote for Kevin Coyne for city council on April 4.

The postcards are part of an independent expenditure campaign by Illinois REALTORS®. Independent expenditure activities take place in support of a candidate for public office without any coordination with the candidate or the candidate’s campaign.

The postcards say Coyne supports the consolidation of Naperville and Lisle road districts, wants to consider a partnership with DuPage County Animal Control and wants to explore cost-sharing with either Aurora or the DuPage County sheriff’s office.  Please support Coyne’s reelection if you live in Naperville.

For a list of all the independent expenditures, go here. To read all the stories in this series, go here.

REALTORS® give IE support to reelect Prigge in Elgin

Illinois REALTORS® mailed postcards to registered Elgin voters asking them to vote for John Prigge for city council on April 4.

The postcards are part of an independent expenditure campaign by Illinois REALTORS®. Independent expenditure activities take place in support of a candidate for public office without any coordination with the candidate or the candidate’s campaign.

The postcards say Prigge has voted against unnecessary property tax increases and will continue to fight for the creation of two economic development directors to bring new businesses and more jobs to Elgin. He wants a city council discussion of budget cuts and reduced services before he’ll vote for a budget, especially if there’s a proposed tax hike. Please support him if you live in Elgin.

For a list of all the independent expenditures, go here. To read all the stories in this series, go here.