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The Cuba Township Republicans issued the following press release today about upcoming events at which you can meet the candidates for Governor.
In case you weren't on distribution, here's a message which Senator Dan Duffy distributed about the latest session of the General Assembly in Springfield, which adjourned on Friday. A local event may be organized soon in Barrington to enable…Continue
As you celebrate the Memorial Day weekend with friends and family, here's something to think and talk about.
Million Vet Backlog - as featured on Huckabee this weekend. Watch the videos. Sign the petition.…Continue
Here's an interesting article about the role of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in the launch of the Common Core standards in cooperation with Arne Duncan at the US Dept of Education.…Continue
The attached profiles (PDF documents to download) were received from two of the candidates for the District 220 school board in the April 9 election.- Jerry Keaton- Christopher GeierA separate blog post from a member shares comments in support of…Continue
The following information was received from a supporter of the Barrington Enlightened Taxpayers Association (BETA). It is shared here for the convenient reference of our members. For more information, refer to their website and their February 2013…Continue
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This should make it easier to…Continue
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