Through the 2015 Justice Project: The March Continues, a non-partisan north suburban campaign for just and inclusive suburbs launched by Open Communities, we distributed a Candidate Questionnaire to all candidates running in the April 7th election for village boards or city councils.
This Questionnaire explores the thoughts of elected officials and candidates in our north suburban service area about community inclusion and diversity. We also shared with all 53 officials/candidates our Principles for the Welcoming Community. Twelve of 53 sent us their responses.
Please share the questionnaire with your family, friends and social network using the hashtag #Welcoming2All. And please carefully review the responses (or lack thereof) of your own candidates and elected officials, and hold accountable those who did not take the time to respond. Please tell them it is important for everyone who represents us to consider these issues and let their constituents know where they stand!
For more information about voting locations and early voting prior to April 7, visit the Cook Cook Clerk website.
We did not receive responses for:
|Bill Seiden||Joseph A. Konen||James A. Karagianis|
|Thomas Jester||Peter Shadek||A.C. III Buehler|
|Trent Cornell||Jesal Patel||Tom Roszak|
|Peter Mulvaney||Barry Bass||Allan M. Kaplan|
|Dan Shapiro||Jennifer Spino||John F. Gregorio|
|Glenview||Morton Grove||Park Ridge|
|Michael Jenny||John Thill||John J. Moran|
|Janine Witko||Andrea Cline|
|Highland Park||Rita Minx||Richard Van Roeyen|
|Anthony E. Blumberg||Mark R. Albers||Robert Wilkening|
|Michelle Holleman||Daniel J. Knight|
|Chris Grice||Joe LoVerde||Wilmette|
|Eric Falberg||Dean Strzelecki||Senta Plunkett|
|Matt Feddermann||Chris Hanusiak|
|Andy Peterson||David Carrabotta|
|M. Brad Slavin|