Anderson Holding McHenry Town Hall Meeting July 9th

A press release from 14th District Democratic Party Congressional candidate Dennis Anderson:

Jobs, Campaign Finance Reform, Congressional Priorities Among Key Concerns at Dennis Anderson Town Halls

McHenry Public Library Site for Next Town Hall on July 9th

June 30, 2014, Gurnee, IL – Campaign finance reform, infrastructure repair, tax breaks for companies shipping jobs overseas, Congressional priorities and charter schools are among the ongoing concerns voiced by voters during Dennis Anderson’s Congressional town hall forums.

Anderson’s next town hall is scheduled for McHenry area residents on Wednesday, July 9, from 7:00 to 8:30 PM, at the McHenry Public Library, 809 Front Street.

Dennis Anderson

Dennis Anderson

“After six town halls, I am convinced more than ever that voters want to know that their Congressional Representatives are accountable to them … not to big banks and lobbyists,” states Anderson. “Most of the Republicans I know and have known want the same things as the Democrats I know and have known.

“While we obviously need to cut waste and improve government efficiency, we need to take care that middle America is not short-changed in the process. We need policies that benefit the greatest number and those with greater needs, not just those with the biggest lobbying budgets.”

Dennis Anderson is the Democratic candidate for the United States Congress for Illinois’ 14th Congressional District.

Anderson’s town hall tour will extend throughout the campaign season. Upcoming town hall tour stops include Elburn, Gurnee, Plainfield, Yorkville, Hampshire and Huntley. For more information and future town hall dates, contact Jim Rauh at: 224-513-1016 or go to


Anderson Holding McHenry Town Hall Meeting July 9th — 2 Comments

  1. Will you lower spending such that property tax rate drops below 3.67% of home value?

    If so you have my vote and any resources I can bring to bear on your election goals.

  2. Campaign finance for Democrats is like abortion for Republicans.

    Nothing is going to change, because the Supreme Court has ruled on these and it would take a constitutional amendment to overturn them (which is a political impossibility), but their supporters sure eat it up.

    Nothing but rhetoric.

    Maybe pols should focus on what can be done instead of pipe dreams, and maybe voters should learn government 101.

    In a few years people will be grumbling about broken promises…

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