Will County Democratic Central Committee - News

19

Jun

2014

Plainfield woman seeking Will County board seat

Author: Editor

Plainfield resident Sheilla Raddatz wants to unseat newly appointed Will County Board member Darren Bennefield in the November election.

Raddatz, tapped by the Will County Democratic party to fill the ballot vacancy in District 5, will be running with incumbent and fellow Democrat Reed Bible.

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21

Mar

2014

Lee Goodson gives up Will County Board seat after winning primary

Author: Editor

District 5 Will County Board member Lee Ann Goodson will resign her seat next month to take a position with Edward-Elmhurst Healthcare.

Goodson has been named director of Community & Government Relations for the health system, effective April 9, according to a news release from the hospital.

Goodson did not immediately return a message left Friday seeking comment.

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8

Oct

2013

Reed Bible - Will Co. Board Dist. 5 Re-Election Campaign Fundraiser

Author: Editor

Monday, October 28th, 2013

5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Plainfield American Legion, 24741 Renwick Road, Plainfield


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29

Jul

2013

Plainfield Township Democratic Organization Monthly Meeting

Author: Editor
WednesdayAugust 7, 2013

7:00 pm - 8:30pm

Fiesta Mexicana Grill & Cantina
24136 West Lockport Street – in downtown Plainfield

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20

Nov

2012

Reed Bible win ushers in new era for Will County Democrats

Author: Editor

Democrat Reed Bible’s Will County Board victory after Tuesday’s final vote count will usher in a new era of politics in Will County with Democrats more in charge than they have been in 32 years.

Bible was a little in shock and Republican incumbent John Argoudelis was on the verge of tears after the final total showed Bible won the hotly contested District 5 race.

Democrats will have the county board majority for the first time since 1980. The board is tied at 13-13 for each party, but Will County Exective Larry Walsh, a Democrat, can cast tie-breaking votes, which gives Democrats the edge.

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