Time to GOTV. Please go out and vote for me today. I think the results will be close. So every vote counts. I appreciate all those who have voted for me, especially those who came up to me at the train station this morning. I feel really blessed to live in the City of Wheaton.
In my day job I’ve won in the appellate court on behalf of homeowner borrowers (2013 IL App (2d) 120719), and I just won a trial fending off a $500,000 counterclaim brought against my occupational therapist client (12 CH 37797; Cook). I’ve proven I can handle the challenges of being your independent voice on City Council. Working together works. This election will be close; every vote counts. I respectfully ask that you vote for me for Councilman tomorrow, April 7th. #FamilyFirst #Wheaton
The citizens of Wheaton can choose whether they want a truly fresh perspective on City Council, not a candidate who is part of, has been associated with, or has been appointed by the current City Council. I am that independent voice for the working families and individuals of the City of Wheaton. I respectfully request that you vote for me (third name listed on the ballot) for City Council on Tuesday, April 7th. #FamilyFirst #Wheaton
Election Day is this Tuesday, April 7th from 6:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m. You should have received in the mail a postcard from the DuPage County Election Commission. Please go to the DuPage Elections dot com website for further details, including sample ballot. As for the Wheaton City Council race, I am listed in the third spot. On Election Day, please choose me, Ron Almiron, for Councilman At Large. Thanks!
The Wheaton City Council can do much more to enhance the lives of the City’s individuals and families. I want to serve them and contribute to their success. Please join me, Ron Almiron, and my campaign to put Families First. #Wheaton #FamilyFirst #4.07.15