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Jeremy Karpen for IL State Rep supporter-made music videos and pre-election press release

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JEREMY KARPEN FOR 39TH STATE REPRESENTATIVE
www.jeremykarpen.org

CONTACT:

Jeremy Karpen, jeremy@jeremykarpen.org, 773-930-9697
Bill Bianchi, State Coordinator, Progressive Democrats of America,
pdachicago@gmail.com, 773-935-3346
David Sacks, campaign manager, dave@jeremykarpen.org, (773) 557-9411

KARPEN HEADS INTO ELECTION DAY WITH SUPPORT OF CHICAGO TRIBUNE, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, CHICAGO TEACHERS UNION AND PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRATS OF AMERICA
Green Party Candidate for 39th District State Representative Locks Incumbent Out of Major Endorsements

(CHICAGO) – Jeremy Karpen, Green Party candidate for 39th State Representative, has secured the endorsements of both major Chicago newspapers and other organizations and community leaders.… Read more ...

Illinois Statehouse News examines the Green Party’s ‘get out the vote’ strategy

The article comments on both the Green Party’s and the Tea Party’s strategies, although the Tea Party is not an actual political party.  It strangely leaves out the Libertarian Party, even though they ARE a party on the ballot in Illinois this year.  From TheTelegraph.com:

The Green Party, which put itself on equal footing with Republicans and Democrats four years ago, acknowledges that it cannot keep up with the two major parties in terms of spending or local organizations.

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Illinois Green Party state chair Phil Huckelberry to appear on IPR Radio on Monday, Sept. 27 at 8:30 PM EST

The state chair of the Illinois Green Party – which has a handful of local elected officials to its name and has received over 10 percent of the gubernatorial vote – Phil Huckelberry will be appearing on IPR’s blogtalkradio show next Monday, the 27th, at 8:30 PM EST.  If you have any questions you’d like to ask, please submit them in the comments. … Read more ...

Carol Marin: Unhappy Illinois voters could turn to the Green Party

Chicago Sun-Times columnist writes (you can read the full column here):

Huckelberry, 33, chairs the Illinois Green Party, and he sees a tide slowly turning its way.You might think that sounds ridiculous but hang on.

Illinois has had only a short courtship with the Greens since they fielded their first slate of statewide candidates in 2006.

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