Who we are...

We are business professionals, union & non union workers, small business owners, community volunteers, police, and firefighters, and most importantly, your neighbors.

Representing Chicago, Norridge, Harwood Heights, Schiller Park, and Franklin Park

Dr Willie Wilson for US Senate

Dr Willie Wilson a name you have heard before in Chicago's mayoral contests is now running for US Senator for the State of Illinois, Dr Wilson brings a wealth of new ideas to create new job growth in economically troubled areas, in addition a property tax relief bill that aims to help homeowners burried in tax burden to find relief. Dr Wilson is endorsed by Aldermen Nicholas Sposato (38th) and Anthony Napolitano (41st). He is running against incumbent US Senator Dick Durban

Anthony Beckman - for State Senate District 10

Anthony is a Norridge police officer and is running as part of the "law and order" platform which seeks to properly fund police, bring economic opportunities to all persons through community involvment and job creation. Anthony is also endorsed by the Chicago Tribune as well as the Northwest Side GOP club. His opponent is Rob Martwick.

Iris Martinez - for Cook County Circuit Court Clerk

Iris Martinez is currently holds the office of Illinois Senator for the 20th district. Independent in her views, she is running for Clerk of Cook County Circuit Court. She is endorsed by the Suntimes and the Daily Herald.

Brad Stephens - for State Rep District 20

Rosemont Mayor Brad Stevens is endorsed by the Chicago Sun Times, the Chicago Police, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union 134, just to name a few. Brad is someone that knows how to create jobs and prosperity. He is running against Michelle Darbro.

Pat O'Brien - for Cook County States Attorney

Pat O'Brien a former democrat is now running as a republican challender to Kim Foxx for Cook County States Attorney. Pat aims to bring about real justice reform for the residents of Cook County. He is endorsed by the Chicago Tribune and the Daily Herald.