Thursday, May 9, 2013
Former Congressman plans to run for 10th District seat he lost to Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) in a November squeaker.
Former Rep. Robert Dold (R-Kenilworth) wrote in a letter to supporters today he will run for the United States House of Representatives in the 10th Congressional District in 2014, a seat he lost to Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) in November. “With deep reflection, and strong support from you … I’ve made the decision to step forward and run in 2014 to represent the 10th District of Illinois,” Dold wrote in the letter. Earlier: Is Dold Seeking 2014 Rematch With Schneider Dold was elected to represent the north suburban District in 2010, defeating Dan Seals in a close contest. In his bid for reelection last year, he lost another close race, this time to Schneider in a redrawn district that carved out his Kenilworth home. Dold ran for …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Reports indicate former Congressman is raising money for a 2014 run.
Though former Rep. Robert Dold (R-Kenilworth) has not indicated he will seek a 2014 rematch against Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield), evidence is mounting he may try to regain his 10th Congressional District seat. Dold, who reported raising no money in the quarter ending March 31, according to the Federal Election Commission, is starting to solicit funds, according to an email from the Schneider campaign and a flyer which Patch recently obtained. Earlier: Dold Resurfaces on Facebook “We just got word that former Republican Congressman Bob Dold has decided to run again,” an email sent today to Schneider supporters soliciting funds for the current Congressman’s campaign, said. A form Dold for Congress attached to this article indicates the …
Friday, April 19, 2013
The House just voted in favor of a bill presented by Rep. Carol Sente of Vernon Hills to allow 17-year-olds the right to vote in primary elections. The Senate had its first reading of the bill Thursday.
A bill proposed by State Rep. Carol Sente (D-Vernon Hills) to allow 17-year-olds the right to vote in primary elections if they will be 18 by the next general election cleared the House Wednesday, reported the Daily Herald. The House voted 95-22 in favor of House Bill 226. The Senate had its first reading Thursday. On her website, Sente states that a group of students from a political science program at Stevenson High School has advocated for this initiative for several years, beginning with her predecessor Kathy Ryg. "Over the next few weeks, myself and Rep. Ed Sullivan (R-Mundelein) are planning to speak to students to get them involved in all aspects of passing this bill," stated Sente. "I am hopeful that through our bi-partisan …
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
North Shore representatives show active efforts while Dold raised no money.
Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) raised $390,206 for his campaign committee for the quarter ending March 31 while Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Evanston) took in $173,617, according to reports filed Monday with the Federal Election Commission (FEC). Former Rep. Robert Dold (R-Kenilworth), who lost to Schneider in November and is reported by some Washington sources as considering a rematch, did not raise any money, according to the FEC reports. Earlier: Schakowsky, Schneider Urge Sequester Action Schneider brought in a total of $390,206 with $278,611 coming from individuals and $111,591 from committees. An individual is limited to a maximum donation during a two-year election cycle of $2,500 per candidate and a committee can give as much $5,000. …
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Washington source says Dold may be looking at rematch.
Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) will report raising more than $390,000 for a 2014 reelection bid while Washington sources indicate former Rep. Robert Dold (R-Kenilworth) is considering a rematch. Schneider’s total is more than Dold collected in his first quarter after being elected in 2010, according to a release today from the Schneider campaign. Schneider narrowly defeated Dold in November. While Republicans have been expressing the hope Dold will run in 2014 for some time, a report in The Hill today indicated Dold is considering a rematch. He did not return a call from Patch before this article was published. Schneider believes his first quarter fundraising numbers are a reflection of the desire of people in the 10th Congressional …
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Voting results from every race, including Village President, the park district and school boards.
Results do not include early voting, vote by mail or provisional ballots. Any votes for write-in candidates will be counted within a week after the election. Trustees (3 elected) 744 1,159 1,130 1,106 1,104 736 738 Northfield Township Sign up for the Northbrook Patch morning newsletter to get the latest local government updates in your email.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Five candidates are running for District 30 Board of Education. Three will be elected.
RESULTS (UPDATED AS THEY COME IN TUESDAY NIGHT): Results do not include early voting, vote by mail or provisional ballots. Any votes for write-in candidates will be counted within a week after the election.
Patch is following four township races, including trustee races, township supervisor, clerk and highway commissioner.
RESULTS (UPDATED AS THEY COME IN TUESDAY NIGHT): Supervisor Clerk Highway Commissioner Trustee (4 will be elected) Total Voting Results do not include early voting, vote by mail or provisional ballots. Any votes for write-in candidates will be counted within a week after the election.
Independent Robert Lozaro is running against the Caucus-backed Paul Zima, Michael Schyman and Penny Randel.
RESULTS (UPDATED AS THEY COME IN TUESDAY NIGHT): Robert Lozaro Robert Lozaro, a 30-year Northbrook resident, is running for a position on the Park District Board as an independent candidate. Paul Zima, Michael Schyman and Penny Randel are incumbent commissioners, backed by the Northbrook Caucus in the race. Four people are running, three will be elected. Past Coverage of the Park Board Race Results do not include early voting, vote by mail or provisional ballots. Any votes for write-in candidates will be counted within a week after the election.
Incumbent Park Board trustee, Paul Zima, is running for re-election to the Northbrook Park Board.
Paul Zima Age: 45 Family: Wife - Kelly, Daughter – Kaitlyn (age 3), Son- Parker (age 1) Education: BA – University of Wisconsin, MBA – DePaul University Occupation: Senior Customer Business Manager Previous Elected or Appointed Offices: Northbrook Park District Commissioner, May 2009-Present Other community involvement: Northbrook Days Volunteer Position sought: Northbrook Park District Commissioner Campaign E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Campaign committee: Michael Schyman, Penny Randel, and Paul Zima Campaign Websites, Facebook or Twitter: Facebook “Re-Elect Randel, Schyman, and Zima” Why are you running? I have witnessed the value and the sense of community our Park District’s facilities and services provide. From young families to …