Illinois Green Party’s Election Night Gatherings

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Patrick F Kelly
IL Green Party Media Coordinator

Phil Huckelberry
Illinois Green Party Chair

Monday, November 1, 2010


Across the state, Green Party candidates and their supporters will
gather together, watch election results, and cheer the Illinois Green
Party on to its first ever victories in partisan elections. All
gatherings start roughly around 7 p.m., after polls close, and are
open to the media, Green supporters and the public.


Cole’s Bar, 2338 N. Milwaukee Ave, Chicago
Candidates present: Jeremy Karpen (39th State Rep.), R. Erika
Schafer (Illinois Comptroller), Tom Tresser (Cook County Board
President), Robert Burns (4th Congress)

Globe Pub, 1934 W. Irving Park, Chicago
Candidates present: Matt Reichel (5th Congress), Simon Ribeiro
(9th Congress), Jenny Wohadlo (3rd Cook County Board), George
Milkowski (13th Cook County Board)

Angelo’s Stuffed Pizza, 4850 S. Pulaski, Chicago
Candidates present: Paloma Andrade (7th Cook County Board),
Laruel Lambert Schmidt (3rd Congress), Jack Ailey
(Water Reclamation District)
Silk N Classy Barber College, Sibley(147th) and
Cottage Grove Ave., Dolton
Candidates present: Kenneth Williams (29th State Rep)

George Ochsenfeld’s Farm, 28020 S. Crawford, Monee.
Candidates present: George Ochsenfeld (79th State Rep)

Booker’s Pub, 420 N McLean Blvd, South Elgin
Candidates present: Dan Kairis (14th Congress)


Southern Illinois University, Old Main Lounge,
1255 Lincoln Dr., Carbondale
Candidates present: Rich Whitney (Governor), Charlie
Howe (115th State Rep.)


Peoria Theater, 3225 N Dries, Peoria
Candidates present: Sheldon Schafer (18th Congress)


Residence of Rodger Jennings, 921 Washington, Alton
Candidates present: Rodger Jennings (12th Congress)


Miss Karol’s, 1140 E Walnut St., Watseka
Candidates present: Vincent LaMie (105th State Rep.)

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  1. Good luck and lessons from history ----- on the current corrupt system .... Lake

    DAVID BAUDER, AP Television Writer – 29 mins ago [this could be the same crime and politics reporter that appears in many alternative weeklies, including San Diego Reader ……..]

    NEW YORK – After losing viewers to cable news networks on recent election nights, television’s biggest broadcasters are fighting back hard for the midterm contest.

    ABC, CBS and PBS will each stream part of their election-night coverage on the Web on Tuesday, and NBC and ABC plan six hours of results lasting into early Wednesday morning.

    The networks will involve some of the biggest and most popular websites — Google, Facebook, YouTube and Yahoo! — in delivering their versions of the news.

    Their moves are in marked contrast to recent big political nights, when network producers had to fight for limited time while looking jealously at CNN, Fox News Channel and MSNBC, and their abilities to stay on stories 24 hours a day.

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