Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Scott Drury is running against Mark Shaw to be elected 58th District State Representative.
Scott Drury is running against Mark Shaw to be elected 58th District State Representative. Below you'll find information about both candidates and articles they've been featured in. Election 2012: Mark Shaw Mark Shaw is running against Scott Drury in the 58th District State Representative race. Shaw Gets GOP Nod for May Seat Republicans Begin Search to Replace Turelli Election 2012: Scott Drury Scott Drury is running against Mark Shaw in the 58th District State Representative race. Drury Exits State's Attorney Race to Become Third Candidate for May's Seat May Endorses Drury For General Assembly Seat
Scott Drury is running against Mark Shaw in the 58th District State Representative race.
Name: Scott Drury E-mail Addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org Campaign Address: 1910 First Street, Suite 1S, Highland Park, Illinois 60035 Campaign Phone: (224) 201-0450 Web Site Address: www.drury2012.com E-mail Address: email@example.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/Drury2012 Twitter: http://twitter.com/drury2012 Family: Scott is married to Shelby Drury. They have two children who attend the local public school. Education: B.A. – University of California, Berkeley (high honors) J.D. – Northwestern University School of Law (cum laude) Occupation: Attorney, Adjunct Professor, Northwestern University School of Law Political Party: Democrat Past and Present Civic and …
Thursday, June 14, 2012
The candidate's campaign manager and former opponent are just two names floating around to jump into the 58th District House race.
The day after Lauren Turelli dropped out of the 58th District House of Representatives race, the Republican party has already begun the search for a replacement candidate. Turelli, who did not return calls from Patch, issued a statement Tuesday explaining that personal circumstances would not enable her to "devote 100 percent of my time and energy to this race, which the Republican party and my supporters expect and deserve" in her race against Democrat Scott Drury. Since then, Lake County Republican Party Chairman Bob Cook has already begun taking calls with suggestions for who should replace her. Though he admits the news of Turelli's withdrawal was sudden, Cook has set up a meeting with the other township chairmen in the 58th District…
Monday, January 3, 2011
Before being sworn in, the North Suburban Republican already faces partisan criticism.
Two days away from joining the 112th U. S. Congress, Representative-elect Robert Dold (R-Kenilworth) has already been pegged one of the top Republicans to defeat in 2012. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) met last month to strategize about regaining the Democratic majority the party lost in November. Dold, whose 1oth Congressional District runs from Wilmette north to Waukegan, and from Arlington Heights west to Libertyville, was one of five targets named. "This is a competitive district we feel can be won, and Dold is a representative whose values and record are not in tune with the area," said DCCC regional press secretary Jesse Ferguson. Dold's victory: Rule or exception? Dold, who defeated Democrat Dan Seals by …
Monday, November 8, 2010
The Soapbox's Paul Frank analyzes the election results.
The national story of the midterm elections is about the U.S. House of Representatives changing parties in dramatic fashion. In Illinois, the story is very different. Here's my view on what we learned last week. 1. Illinois Will Not Elect Socially Conservative Candidates in Statewide Races. Up until about 11 p.m. Tuesday, I really didn't think Governor Pat Quinn was going to win. I wanted him to win, but I just didn't think it was going to happen. I had seen too many polls and other political trends this year showing us that the Republicans would have huge advantages across the board this year. The pollsters, prognosticators and I all forgot one simple truth about Illinois voters. They like their Republicans to be moderate. If you look …
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
The scenes from Karen May's and Lauren Turelli's election night events.
Last night, 58th District State Representative Karen May celebrated her re-election at Michael's Chicago Style Red Hots in Highland Park while her Republican opponent Lauren Turelli accepted defeat from an event at White Deer Run Golf Club in Vernon Hills. Check out our photos from both below and then read more about what the scenes were like throughout the night. Then check out our recap of all the local election results.