Showing posts from July, 2016

David Soll to Announce "No-Kill" and end to Puppy Mill Policies, July 25

David Soll Democratic Candidate for Winnebago County Board, invites the media to his fundraiser,  Monday, July 25, 2016, from 6 to 8 PM,  to learn more about his plans for a  "No Kill" Policy for Winnebago County Animal Services and to eliminate "puppy mills" in the county. Soll will deliver his policy statements at 7 PM,  and will be joined by speakers Becky Beau, a no-kill policy advocate, and Jim Beam, a leader in the fight against puppy mills. A question and answer period will follow. David Soll for County Board Fundraiser Hope & Anchor 5040 N. 2nd St Loves Park, Illinois 6 to 8 PM Policy statements delivered at 7 PM Contact David Soll for more information: 815-593-5858 ###

Tammy Duckworth Meet-N-Greet, Sunday July 24, 2016

Please join Illinois’ next Senator Tammy Duckworth Candidate for U.S. Senate
 For a special Winnebago County Meet & Greet with Winnebago County Democrats Sunday, July 24th 1:45 PM – 3:00 PM IBEW Local 364 6820 Mill Road Rockford, IL 61108 Please RSVP Refreshments will be served. For more information, please contact Mo Green at  or Cameron Joost at .  ###

Local Democrats Take Time Out From Campaigning to Work Clothing Drive

Local Democrats Take Time Out From Campaigning to Work Clothing Drive For Immediate Release July 8, 2016 For More Information Contact Paul Gorski Local Democratic Candidates Take Time Out from Campaigning to Work Clothing Recycling Drive ROCKFORD, IL – Local Democratic candidates John Nelson, Angelique Bodine, Tricia Sweeney and David Soll are taking time off from campaigning to volunteer for the Keep Northern Illinois Beautiful (KNIB) Clothing Recycling Drive being held at various locations Saturday, July 9. John Nelson, candidate for Winnebago County Board Chairman; Angelique Bodine, candidate for State Representative, 69th District; Tricia Sweeney, candidate for State Representative, 68th District, and David Soll, candidate for Winnebago County Board Member District 17 have turned in their campaign walking shoes for work gloves to volunteer for the annual KNIB Summer Clothing Drive, being held at eight Rockford area Schnucks Markets and