Syracuse University student Gretchen Coleman knows something about organizing her peers. The Palatine resident was one of a group of teens who organized a March for Our Lives in Schaumburg in 2018. She followed that up by working on Maggie Trevor's 2018 campaign for the 54th District, and working for U.S. Rep Sean Casten last year. This year she created Ballot Z, an initiative to help the Chicago area's Generation Z get ballots and vote in the 2020 election. On the Ballot Z website, young people can find all the information they need from how to register to vote, to requesting a mail-in ballot, to finding their polling place--all in one location. You can help by sharing Ballot Z with all your friends on social media! We need our youngest voters at the ballot box!
All you wonderful Greater Palatine Area Democrats! You heard the call and you answered! GPAD was able to deliver at least $2,000 of donations Thursday morning to All Saints Food Pantry, which serves a diverse group of mostly Latinx families in the northeast corner ofRead more
In this time of Covid-19, cannabis workers are essential employees. And like all workers, essential or not, they deserve working environments that protect them and their customers from getting infected with the coronavirus. So this week the workers at Nature's Care in Rolling Meadows filed their petition for union representation elections to join Local 881 of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union. This is the third cannabis dispensary in Illinois this month to see its employees seek to join the union. The dispensaries have been wildly successful since weed