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Aug

2019

Walk with Frankfort Township Democrats in the Fall Fest Parade

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25

Aug

2019

Walsh chief of staff Nick Palmer launches campaign for Will County Executive

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Nick Palmer, the chief of staff for Will County Executive Larry Walsh Sr., on Thursday officially announced his campaign to succeed his boss in 2020.

Palmer, who has worked under Walsh since 2004, told a crowded room at the office of the DuPage Township Democrats in Bolingbrook that he wanted to continue the work he and the rest of Walsh’s staff have been doing.

“I want to build on Larry’s legacy of bringing those services to the people, improving the efficiency, bringing more technology in,” said Palmer, 45.

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23

Aug

2019

Bertino-Tarrant considering run for Will County executive in 2020

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State Sen. Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant said she is considering a run for Will County executive in 2020.

Will County Clerk records show Bertino-Tarrant, D-Shorewood, pulled a nominating petition for county executive on Wednesday, but she said she has made no official decision about her plans for the next election.

Her current term in the Illinois Senate ends in 2021. Bertino-Tarrant confirmed Thursday she was meeting with local leaders about the decision and said she would make her announcement once she feels comfortable doing so.

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17

Aug

2019

Will County Executive Walsh will not run for reelection in 2020

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Will County Executive Larry Walsh Sr. announced Thursday that he will not run for reelection in 2020 so he can instead focus on his health. 

Walsh, D-Elwood, made the announcement amid health concerns that he has been facing for the past five years. The 71-year-old said his doctors urged him to focus on getting better.

 He was treated for prostate cancer in 2014 after a diagnosis at a regular medical checkup. Since then, he’s continued getting checkups, and late last year he announced that he had begun chemotherapy treatments after receiving a second prostate cancer diagnosis.

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21

Feb

2019

Deadline to register to vote in Will County is March 5

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The Will County Clerk is reminding residents to register to vote before the March 5 deadline if they want to vote in person or by mail for the April 2 consolidated municipal election. 

There are several ways to register. Eligible citizens who go to the Will County Clerk’s website can print a voter registration form that can be mailed to the Will County Clerk’s Office.

The website also provides the names and contact information for deputy registrars who are available to register residents in person. Residents also can register to vote in person by visiting the Will County Clerk’s Office at 302 N. Chicago St. in downtown Joliet.


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