From the Review: Big Endorsements Change 1st District County Commissioner’s Race

Tuesday, February 25, 2014 || By Michael Romain  All five candidates for 1st District Cook County Commissioner primary race faced off Saturday, February 22, 2014, at the Maywood Public Library for the Think Democracy Candidates Forum. The forum was sponsored by The Village Free Press, Forest Park Review, Neighbors of Maywood Community Organization (NOMCO) and other community organizations. The five candidates were former 29th ward alderman Isaac “Ike” … Continue reading From the Review: Big Endorsements Change 1st District County Commissioner’s Race

A Conversation with Ronald Lawless, Candidate for Cook County Commissioner, First District

February 25, 2014 || By Michael Romain Ronald Lawless, educator and businessman, wants to be the Harold Washington of the 1st District, but he doesn’t believe that politicians should make grandiose promises they aren’t likely to fulfill. If you’re confused, you’re not alone. And its probably my fault for not asking the obvious follow-up to Mr. Lawless’s claim. Exactly what does being the Harold Washington … Continue reading A Conversation with Ronald Lawless, Candidate for Cook County Commissioner, First District

Press Release: Candidate for Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin to Open West Side Chicago Campaign Office with Volunteer Day of Action, January 25

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 21, 2014 Candidate for Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin to Open West Side Chicago Campaign Office with Volunteer Day of Action on January 25 Community Stakeholders, Faith Leaders and Elected Officials to Attend in Support of Boykin’s Run for Office. CHICAGO – Richard Boykin, candidate for Cook County Commissioner of the First District, today announced his campaign will host its Chicago satellite … Continue reading Press Release: Candidate for Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin to Open West Side Chicago Campaign Office with Volunteer Day of Action, January 25