Wednesday, March 5, 2014

GCA March meeting with candidates for Cook County Commissioner

This was an announcement courtesy of an e-mail blast from the Greater Chatham Alliance.

As many of you know, Early Voting for the March 18, 2014 Primary Election started on:

Monday, March 3rd and continues through Saturday, March 15th.

However, GCA is placed to announce that at our March 15th meeting at St. James Lutheran Church (8000 S. Michigan) at 11 am, we will be holding an:

Informal "Meet & Greet" with the Democratic candidates for the Cook County Commissioner, 4th District seat.

As most of you know, this is the former seat of former Commissioner William Beavers.

All three (3) candidates confirmed attendance. They are:
  • Appointed Cook County Commissioner, Stanley Moore
  • Candidate Robert R. McKay
  • Candidate Nick Smith
This is your opportunity to learn more about the candidates, their positions on issues affecting our community, and why they feel they are the most suitable for this office.

There will be a question and answer period after each candidate's presentation.

And guess what? You will still have plenty of time to vote early on Saturday if you choose to. Check out the following information.

The 6th Ward Early Voting Location is:
  • Whitney Young Library
    7901 S. M. L. King Jr. Dr.
    Monday thru Saturday: 9 am to 5 pm
Voters registered in the City of Chicago may use any Early Voting site in the city, regardless of where the voters live.

Voters don't need a reason or excuse to use Early Voting -- but voters do need to present government-issued photo identification.

Click this link to see other Early Voting Locations:

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