IL 5th House

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Illinois 2010 Elections: Water Commissioner Debra Shore Endorses State Rep Candidate David Shroeder over Ken Dunkin

(Chicago, IL) – January 15, 2010. Cook County Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Commissioner Debra Shore yesterday endorsed David Schroeder in the Democratic primary for state representative over incumbent Ken Dunkin (D-Chicago) in the Illinois 5th District race. “David Schroeder has a passion for good government,” said Shore. “Schroeder will bring a sense of what’s right … Continue reading

Illinois 2010 Elections: Citizen Action Illinois Endorses David Schroeder

(Chicago, IL) — December 7, 2009. Citizen Action Illinois on Saturday endorsed David Schroeder in the Democratic primary for the in the Illinois House 5th District race over State Rep. Ken Dunkin and Gwyendolyn Drake. Illinois Citizen Action is the state’s largest public interest organization, fighting for Illinoisans on issues as varied as utility rates, … Continue reading

Illinois 2010 Elections: New Poll Says State Rep. Ken Dunkin Faces “Classic Signs of an Incumbent in Trouble”

“These are classic signs of an incumbent in trouble. Despite his several years in office, [Ken] Dunkin’s image is remarkably thin and his job performance mixed among the Democratic base,” Continue reading

Illinois 2010 Elections: Ken Dunkin’s Voter Re-Elect Support is 35%, According to Poll by Opponent David Schroeder

State Rep. Ken Dunkin (D-Chicago) faces doubting voters as he seeks a fifth term. Continue reading

Illinois 2010 Elections: David Schroeder’s State Rep Campaign against Incumbent Ken Dunkin Hit with Petition Challenge

(Chicago, IL) — November 11, 2009. A petition challenge yesterday landed on the candidacy of Illinois House 5th District Democratic state representative hopeful David Schroeder. Schroeder is challenging incumbent State Rep. Ken Dunkin (D-Chicago) in the February 2 primary. “Today someone filed objections to my petition signatures on behalf of my opponent Ken Dunkin,” Schroeder … Continue reading

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