Palatine Township Republican Organization is the premier political organization of the Chicagoland area. We have become stop #1 and the victory center for political campaigns across the state. Governors, lawmakers, judges, radio personalities and numerous state politicians have come through our doors.
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2020 Election and Endorsements
The Palatine Township Republican Organization (PTRO) held an endorsement session for contested races across the state on Tuesday, January 28th at the PTRO office at 765 N. Quentin Road in Palatine.
"We had a very engaged crowd at our endorsement session," said Aaron Del Mar, Palatine Township Republican Committeeman. "They listened to the candidates, asked some very probing questions and then voted for their choices. We had candidates for U.S. Senate, Congress, Cook County States Attorney and Judge of the 13th Judicial Sub-Circuit."
PTRO guidelines require that a candidate receive 60% of the cast votes in order to receive an endorsement or at least 50% to be recommended. In the race for U.S. Senate there was no endorsement or recommendation. Peggy Hubbard received 46% of the vote, Mark Curran received 29% and Tom Tarter received 24%. Robert Marshall and Casey Chlebek did not receive any votes.
For Congress, Jeanne Ives was endorsed with 76% of the vote. In the race for Judge of the 13th Judicial Sub-Circuit, Gary Seyring was endorsed with 87% of the vote. Christopher E. K. Pfannkuche received an endorsement for Cook County States Attorney with 74% of the vote.