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Petition Turn In!


Bright and early (or not so bright out as it turns out), I went to the DuPage County administrative building to turn in your petition signatures.

I say "your" because I could not have done it without all of you.

Whether you were kind enough to answer a knock at the door from me or a volunteer, greet a "hello" outside of a shopping center, sign your name, or take a card with more information,  you helped democracy flourish in DuPage County. Thank you!

Now the fun starts. Between now and the primary on March 20, I will continue knocking on doors, making sure voters in District 1 know they have new, Democratic options for their county board and listening to which issues are most important to making their lives in DuPage County a little easier. You can make sure you are registered to vote here.

If you are interested in volunteering or hosting a meet-and-greet with your neighbors, click here to Get Involved.

Our grassroots campaign will require your support as well. If you can, give $20.18 to propel our campaign into 2018.


Candidate Reception on November 8th in Elmhurst

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Bob Peickert, chair of the DuPage County Democratic Party, is hosting a reception in his Elmhurst home to introduce local Democrats to their candidates.

Ashley will be there to listen to residents discuss issues which are important to them, including transportation access, property taxes, the opioid crisis -- and any other issues which matter to local families.

Jim Caffrey, candidate for the Illinois House of Representatives in the 47th district, will also be in attendance.

Be sure to RSVP and I look forward to meeting you!