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Last weekend petition drive meetup on Saturday, November 23, 2019, from 1:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. at Home Run Inn Resturant at 3401 S Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Drive at King Dr., and 35th
Campaign Fundraiser Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.Campaign Reception and Screening of Harriet and Campaign Reception Hyde Park Place 5225 South Harper Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60615 movie screening at Harper Court 5238 South Harper Court, Chicago, IL 60615
Reception and 4 movie tickets, popcorn, and drink $2,000 Conductor
Reception and 4 movie tickets and popcorn $1,000 Friend
Reception and 2 movie tickets and popcorn $500 Supporter
Reception and 2 movie tickets Supporter $100 Patron.
Paid for by People to Elect Marc Loveless. A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board’s official website (www.elections.il.gov) or for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois.
National Health Center Week
This week began the National Health Center Week. To commemorate the seriousness and the public policy comment Illinois Governor JB Pritzker signed two new bills into law.
The first bill is bipartisan legislation that will improve and streamline access to critical behavioral health services for Illinoisans. Among many important provisions, the law lays the foundation to reduce inappropriate MCO payment denials and significantly eases administrative burdens on contracted providers.
The other bill that is now the law is Medicaid reform bill which brings more transparency in Medicaid funding. the new reform expands health care access and eliminating the multi-year Medicaid backlogs for millions of people in Illinois.
While diligent work went and both sides of the aisle took these steps to ensure
Illinoisans have access to quality and timely care the
26th legislative district was not represented.
This was many votes that the appointed State Representative of the 26th District didn't participate. This is long with not providing support to prevent Young People from contracting HIV as well as not being around when the legislature considered lifting the ban on Rent Control. Since the appointment that the Democratic Party leaders choose a person that has missed votes and failed to do the job of representing the interest of the people of the 26th District.
We have an opportunity as neighbors, residents, community stakeholders to come together and select a REAL representative of our interest in Springfield.
Join and support other 26th District constituents and join People To Elect Marc Loveless.
The 26th District is entirely located in Chicago, covering a corner of the Gold Coast, all of Streeterville, the “New East Side,” and parts of the South Loop, Bronzeville, Oakland, Grand Boulevard, Washington Park, Woodlawn, South Shore and South Chicago neighborhoods. The last representative elected was Christian Mitchell, who resigned to take a position in the governor’s office. Since then, there has been an appointed seat-filler. The Democratic primary is March 17, 2020; the general election is Nov. 3, 2020. The election winner will be seated in January, 2021.