Will County Democratic Central Committee - News

10

Apr

2015

Congressman Foster won't run against Kirk, backs Duckworth

Author: Editor

Rep. Bill Foster, of Naperville, announced Friday that he will not challenge Republican Sen. Mark Kirk in 2016 and instead is backing another Democrat, Rep. Tammy Duckworth.

Foster, a physicist, said in a statement he wanted to avoid a "costly and, ultimately unnecessary, primary" election.

He said he will serve as co-chairman of Duckworth's finance committee to help her raise cash for her race.

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27

Dec

2014

‘Man in recovery’ not slowing down in heroin battle

Author: Editor

When I caught up with Tim Ryan, the recovering heroin addict was, as always, going a mile a minute.

The founder of Man in Recovery had just walked out of Elgin High School where he’d spoken to over 200 kids about his own life story, including the loss of son Nicholas this year to a heroin overdose.

“It was fantastic,” he said of the students’ enthusiastic reaction to the message he and others from the LTM Heroin Awareness Foundation had just delivered..

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11

Aug

2014

Congressman Bill Foster Will County Labor Fundraiser

Author: Editor

Wednesday - September 3rd

5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

IBEW 176 Hall - 1100 NE Frontage Road, Joliet 60431

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6

May

2014

Congressman Bill Foster's Campaign office BBQ

Author: Editor
When:
Saturday, May 10th 
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. 

Where:
Bill Foster for Congress Campaign Headquarters
25 South Washington St. 
Naperville, IL 60540 

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23

Apr

2014

Senger chasing Foster in cash dash for House seat

Author: Editor

Tucked away in downtown Naperville, just a few blocks apart, are the campaign offices of Democrat Rep. Bill Foster and his Republican rival, state Rep. Darlene Senger.

Senger’s folks work from rooms with a pleasant view of the DuPage River in a building facing a wrecking ball in a few months.

Foster’s staff sits, for now, in a tiny, stuffy cell hidden behind a barber shop.

As the Senger and Foster teams crank up for the November election from their outposts, Foster starts with a commanding lead in the money race while Senger has almost nothing in her war chest.

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