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Palmer appointed to Quinn transit task force

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Will County official Nick Palmer has been appointed by Gov. Pat Quinn to a blue ribbon task force that is looking into ways to improve the region’s troubled mass transit system.

“The governor’s move comes in the wake of recurring scandals at Metra and ongoing accountability problems over the last decade,” according to a press release Quinn’s office issued Thursday.

Palmer, 39, who grew up in Joliet and now lives in Bolingbrook, is chief of staff for Will County Executive Larry Walsh.

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Edward J. Bugg for Alderman - Ward 9 Aurora Kickoff Celebration & Fundraiser

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Edward J. Bugg for 
Alderman - Ward 9 Aurora
January 27th, 2013
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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Monthly Meeting of the Wheatland Township Democrats

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Monday, January 7th -- 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Meetings are held at Tommy Nevin's Pub
3032 English Rows, Naperville, IL 60564
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Reed Bible win ushers in new era for Will County Democrats

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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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Will Co. Board Candidate Bible widens lead in county board race

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Democrat Reed Bible, who ran for the Will County Board in the Nov. 6 election, picked up 273 votes during final vote counting in Aurora on Monday.

That means he led Republican incumbent John Argoudelis by 500 votes as of Monday afternoon.  After final Aurora totals were added to Nov. 6 vote totals, Bible had 7,803 votes to Argoudelis’ 7,303.Lee Ann Goodson, R-Plainfield, had 8,274. 

Only two candidates could be elected.
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