Our Committeeperson Matt Flamm Honored by Illinois Sixth Congressional District Democrats on Jan. 19!!
Good leadership is not just about standing front and center. Good leaders also work behind the scenes to help others step up. For the Illinois Sixth Congressional District Democrats, our Matt Flamm is one of those leaders. As the Palatine Township Democratic Committeeperson, Flamm will be honored at the Jan. 19 One Year Countdown Awards Luncheon at St. Andrews Golf and Country Club in West Chicago. Flamm stands out for his role in securing recent Democratic victories in Palatine Township. Flamm helped flip seats at the Cook County Board when Democrats Kevin Morrison and Scott Britton were elected in 2018--as well as helping Ill. Sen. Ann Gillespie win the 27th Illinois Senate seat. He has advised candidates for school boards and library boards. And, of course, he greatly assisted the campaigns of U.S. Congressmen Raja Krishnamoorthi and Sean Casten, who now represent all of Palatine Township.Read more
IT IS 2020, everyone!!! Time to get moving on this Very Important Election Year! We have tons of MEGA-FUN DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY EVENTS!! Did you know there are FOUR more Democratic Presidential Debate Watch Parties between now and the March 3 Super Tuesday? Yes! AND an Iowa Caucus results watch party AND a Super Tuesday Watch Party! After all the talking and polling of 2019 now we are going to see VOTES. Join GPAD and our friends at Illinois Sixth Congressional District Democrats and NWS-OFA-Invincible to cheer early states as they VOTE for the Democratic Presidential Nominee! 2020 is big, people. And it is here.Read more
Palatine Dems Host the Supremes Jan. 27!! Meet the Eight Candidates for Illinois Supreme Court-- For Justice!!!
Start the new year out right with a friendly discussion about justice with candidates for a seat on the Illinois Supreme Court! Greater Palatine Area Democrats is hosting candidates at Palatine Library on Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. Sign up here! There are eight people from Cook County running for one seat on the Supreme Court. Voters have a chance to make history for the state's highest court in 2020! The candidates (all Democrats) are