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The public is invited to attend a Candidates' Forum on Sunday, September 23 from 4:00 to 6:00pm at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, 1234 N. Arlington Heights Road in Arlington Heights.

Come hear what the Republican and Democrat candidates have to say about faith-centered issues like human services, the environment, and poverty.

www.oursaviours.org/whats-new-at-our-saviours/853-candidates-forum-sunday-september-23
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Volunteers needed! The election campaign of Senator Tom Rooney is in full swing and we are reaching out to ask for your assistance on Saturday, September 8th as we go door-to-door throughout the 27th District with information on Senator Rooney. Please consider coming out to help us canvass the neighborhoods. Lunch is included for those who can stay for most of the day.

They will be meeting at early as 11:00 AM at Senator Rooney’s campaign office located at 37 E. Northwest Highway, Palatine. For those of you who don't want to miss our PTRO meeting that Saturday morning, we can organize a group to go head over after our morning meeting. For more information, please contact Liz Christie at liz.christie@aol.com
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Our monthly meeting has been pushed back one week due to Labor Day weekend. The meeting will be Saturday, September 8 at 9 am. Speakers are Bob Grogan, our State central Committeeman for the 6th Congressional district and former Chairman of the Illinois Republican Party, Pat Brady. Additional details will be posted soon. ... See MoreSee Less

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Palatine Streetfest 2018... starts this Friday. We'll have our booth set up at Kid Zone on Saturday and Sunday. Come on by to talk or say hello on Sat. from 11 to 6 or Sunday from 11 to 5. Games, fun,...

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(from Dennis Wagner) just wanted to share with you a local story.
I recently attended one of State Senator Tom Rooney's town halls. Lots of questions on budget, and some heated discussion on gun control. But what sticks with me were some comments and a question from a young lady afterwards. She called herself a millennial who recently bought a small house in Rolling Meadows with her husband and young child. With what seemed like tears in her eyes, she thanked Senator Rooney for his passion on the Illinois economy, and talked about her millennial friends all wanting to leave Illinois. She was here to stay because she still loves her state. Her simple question was, what more can we do to stop the bleeding?

Now, I am not going to take this opportunity to bash Democrats or take a shot at Pritzker, but I do want to say what's on my mind. We are divided over the governor, we are divided over the role of social issues, we are sometimes divided over personalities, and I fear that this is hurting that millennial family just trying to make ends meet in Illinois. The tears in her eyes are not caused by a blue wave or wacko democrats who want to raise taxes, but rather it comes from a feeling of being all alone in this state. A feeling that everyone around her is just giving up. As Republicans, we can argue over principles, but as Illinoisans we must not give up on our state.
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