12

May

2019

Will County Clerk's 2019 election report lists costs, challenges

Author: Editor

Will County Clerk Lauren Staley-Ferry presented a report of last month’s consolidated municipal election, spelling out the work her staff did as well as the costs and challenges associated with it. 

On Thursday, Staley-Ferry presented the report to members of the Will County Board.

“It really details the processes, the deployment of staffing and equipment, and the costs,” Staley-Ferry told board members. “It’s certainly meant to be as comprehensive and as transparent as possible.”

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30

Apr

2019

Joliet Chamber Bestows Larry Walsh With Award

Author: Editor

The Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry is proud to announce that Larry Walsh Sr. will receive the Brother James Gaffney Award of Excellence for his long record of service to the people of Will County and his continued willingness to work with the business community. The Brother James Gaffney Award of Excellence was established in 2016 and will be given on the evening of Saturday, November 9 during the Chamber's Annual Gala.

Larry Walsh Sr. has had the responsibility of overseeing the day-to-day operations of all county departments since being elected to the office of Will County Executive in December of 2004. To this day, Larry effectively works with all for the greater good of the citizens of the county. He has overseen tremendous growth and improved relationships with state and federal offices.

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11

May

2014

The Real Vote Fraud

Author: Editor

Many years ago, as a college Republican, I spent one summer in Austin working for a candidate in a special election for the Texas senate. My hometown was a liberal enclave with many college students -- unwashed, longhaired, pot-smoking students, it seemed to me -- who were predominantly Democrats. The more students who came out to vote the less likely our candidate was to win.

But our campaign strategists came up with a plan. They sent mailings to all the registered voters in precincts near the campus. Many cards came back because the addressee had moved, as college students often do. Voters no longer at the address on file with election authorities were not eligible to vote.

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