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Senator Bertino-Tarrant hosts Veteran’s Breakfast

Senator Bertino-Tarrant hosts Veteran’s Breakfast

Senator Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant hosted a free Veteran’s Breakfast on Wednesday October 18th, at the Plainfield American Legion Marne Post 13. Representatives from the Attorney General’s Military and Veteran Bureau, Homes for Heroes, the Kendall County Veterans Assistance Commission, Military Mama Network and the Will County Veterans Assistance Commission were on hand to discuss services and programs that they provide. Dr.…

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Pipefitters Endorse Lauren Staley-Ferry

Pipefitters Endorse Lauren Staley-Ferry

October 10, 2017 Ms. Lauren Staley-Ferry Candidate for Will County Clerk Pipefitters Local Union #597 is pleased to endorse your candidacy for the election of the Clerk of Will County. The position of the Clerk of Will County demands that the person elected to that position possess the necessary skills, high ideals, professionalism, knowledge, and experience to serve the citizens…

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Plainfield Homecoming Never Disappoints

Plainfield Homecoming Never Disappoints

  It was a beautiful morning in Plainfield for the annual homecoming parade. Thousands of Plainfield residents and alumni lined Lockport Street, to see the 110 parade participants, including Lauren Staley-Ferry, candidate for Will County Clerk in 2018. Lauren was joined by friends and family, including Joliet Firefighters, Burke Schuster, Jeremy Hoffman and Chad Carlson. “I just love the Plainfield…

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Central Trades ENDORSE LAUREN STALEY-FERRY for Will County Clerk

Central Trades ENDORSE LAUREN STALEY-FERRY for Will County Clerk

The Will-Grundy Central Trades and Labor Council AFL-CIO unanimously endorsed Lauren Staley-Ferry (D) for Will County Clerk at the Council’s Sept. 18th meeting. In announcing the endorsement, Charlie Hanus, president of the Council said, “Lauren has been a great friend of the Council since she became a Will County Board Member. She will bring her outstanding work ethic, experience and…

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Riley Draws Amazing Crowd for Lauren Staley-Ferry

Riley Draws Amazing Crowd for Lauren Staley-Ferry

State Representative Al Riley hosted a meet and greet event on Saturday to introduce Lauren Staley-Ferry, candidate for Will County Clerk to the people of Eastern Will County. Local Elected officials, Precinct Committeemen, and residents attended this wonderful event. Rep. Riley warmed up the crowd with an amazing speech introducing Lauren, and explaining why he believes in Lauren and why he believes…

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Upcoming Meet and Greet with Lauren Staley-Ferry

Upcoming Meet and Greet with Lauren Staley-Ferry

Meet & Greet & Mingle with Lauren Staley-Ferry Lauren Staley-Ferry, candidate for Will County Clerk, has announced a Meet, Greet & Mingle event in Lockport, on October 24th from 5-8pm. This event will be held at Port Noir Wine & Martini Bar, 900 S. State Street.  This will be a chance for folks to get to know Lauren in a comfortable setting. Light appetizers…

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Mendoza to Headline Staley-Ferry Event

Mendoza to Headline Staley-Ferry Event

During the Women of Action Forum at the Pipefitters Local 597 Training Facility in Mokena, IL, Comptroller Susana Mendoza invited attendees to a November 15th event where she will be the special guest in support of Lauren Staley-Ferry, Will County Board Member and candidate to be the next Will County Clerk. “Let’s help elect Lauren Staley-Ferry as the next Will…

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McGuire Endorses Lauren Staley-Ferry

McGuire Endorses Lauren Staley-Ferry

  Recently retired, former Will County Circuit Clerk, Pam McGuire has announced her endorsement of Lauren Staley-Ferry for Will County Clerk in the 2018 Election. “I am proud to endorse Lauren Staley-Ferry for Will County Clerk. Lauren has exceptional professional and governmental experience that will be invaluable as a leader in the County Clerk’s office. Her record of accountability, accessibility…

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Polling places to be moved out of 157-C schools

Polling places to be moved out of 157-C schools

  Safety of the students in the schools on election days is the primary reason. Posted to Frankfort Patch by Nancy Neuzil, District 157-C Public Relations Coordinator Patch Contributor September 21, 2017 A joint effort by the Will County Clerk’s Office, the Village of Frankfort and Frankfort School District 157-C determined that Frankfort polling places will be moved out of…

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