Friday, January 16, 2015

9th Ward 2015 video on demand

Today's election 2015 video feature ward 9 Alderman candidates Michael LaFargue and Harold "Noonie" Ward. To see who's running in wards 6, 9, & 21 feel free to check out our 2015 page to see who remains on the ballot and who will no longer be on the ballot.

Both videos you see below are via Aldertrack. Feel free to sign up for their daily e-mails.

[VIDEO] To start Michael LaFargue speaks with Mike Fourcher of Aldertrack about his plans if he's successful in 2015 for 9th ward Alderman. He talks a lot about his background and his plan to utilize public participatory budgets for not only the 9th ward but as a policy goal for the whole city. Also he makes it known that even though the 9th has their challenges he believes it can be a wonderful place to live. This video runs about 10 minutes.

[VIDEO] We hear again from Mr. Ward as he appears on Issue Forum with Frank Avila. He does talk about his background as a former gang member and his roots in the community as he used to live in Altgeld Gardens. For the most part he spends most of his time talking about current 9th ward Alderman Anthony Beale making it clear he's not a fan. This video runs about 30 minutes.

BTW, I already showed a campaign video of Mr. Ward where he talks about Ald. Beale and his record in the 9th ward. If you believe Ward, Beale doesn't have much of a record other than the Pullman Walmart as he mentioned in the video above.

Either way, anything said in these videos with LaFargue and Ward sway you to vote for either of these gentlemen for 9th ward Alderman?

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