DuPage County Board Chairman Endorses Chris Lauzen for Kane County Post

A press release from Chris Lauzen, Republican candidate for Kane County Board Chairman:

DuPage County Board Chairman
Dan Cronin Endorses Chris Lauzen
for Kane County Board Chairman

Aurora, IL (March 2, 2012): State Senator Chris Lauzen announced today the endorsement of DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin (R, Elmhurst) for his run for Republican nominee for Kane County Board Chairman.

Former State Senator Cronin and Chris Lauzen served together in Springfield for nearly 18 years prior to Cronin’s 2010 election to DuPage County Board Chairman.

“I worked with Senator Lauzen in Springfield and I know he is smart and tough.

State Senator Chris Lauzen announces his candidacy for Kane County Board Chairman while his family looks on.

‘He has worked tirelessly for families, small businesses and taxpayers. Please vote for Chris Lauzen in the March primary election,” said Cronin.

Lauzen cited the DuPage County Board Chairman’s similar professional and political preparation for county board chairman responsibilities.

“Dan and I literally sat next to each other in the Senate working for years on similar initiatives like tax relief, ethics reform and improvements to the employment environment . . . He has taken his substantial knowledge and political connections across the entire spectrum of local, state and national politics to benefit his constituents in his home county . . . I intend to do the same if I’m elected,” stated Lauzen.

In the Illinois General Assembly, Dan Cronin built a record as a reformer and challenged the status quo and entrenched special interests. He sponsored property tax relief and eminent domain reforms to protect taxpayers from government confiscation of private property.

“I am especially delighted to receive former Senator Dan Cronin’s support because, in just his first two years as Board Chairman of the second largest county in Illinois, he has already implemented a $10.4 M decrease in spending and strengthened the county’s ethics ordinance through votes on the county board . . . these are two of my top priorities,” said Lauzen.

Any questions, please call 630-264-2419 or email [email protected].


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