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Dan Ugaste Endorsed by the Daily Herald

I am so proud to have received the endorsement of the Daily Herald, take a look at what they had to say about our campaign: “Voters in Illinois House District 65 have a choice between fiscal conservative Dan Ugaste of Geneva and teachers union chief Richard Johnson of Elgin, and while the special interests no…
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In Case You Missed it

Voters in Illinois House District 65 have a choice between fiscal conservative Dan Ugaste of Geneva and teachers union chief Richard Johnson of Elgin, and while the special interests no doubt are in Johnson’s corner, we think Ugaste would make the better state representative… He’s a thoughtful, straightforward attorney who’s been involved in the community.…
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Have You Applied to Vote By Mail?

The November 6, 2018 election is right around the corner. Have you applied to vote by mail yet? Applying to vote by mail is now easier than ever. You can now apply online, and the clerk will mail a ballot to you. It only takes a minute or two to apply to get your mail-in…
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Report: Madigan backs Elgin’s Richard Johnson with nearly $124,000

Elgin State House candidate Richard Johnson received another $123,829 from Illinois House Speaker and Democrat Party Chief Michael Madigan (D-Chicago) between Sept. 6 and Sept. 30, state filings show. The Madigan funding was disclosed in reports filed with the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE) by Johnson… Read more here.
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PAC: The ‘Johnson-Madigan Fix’ blocking property tax cuts

A political action committee says the candidacy of Elgin state House candidate Richard Johnson is part of a scheme by House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago) to keep suburban property taxes high. Madigan is almost entirely financing Johnson’s campaign. He has given him… Read more here.
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Ugaste unimpressed with mileage tax talk, says it will lead to more moving out of state

Dan Ugaste views J.B. Pritzker’s expressed support for a mileage tax as just more of the irresponsible behavior that has steered the state’s financial outlook off a cliff. “To say that it’s not a good idea would be an understatement,” Ugaste told the Kane County Reporter. “It’s just another way for lawmakers to carelessly…  …
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Voting Has Started

It is officially time to start voting! Starting September 27 the County Clerk will be mailing out ballots to those who requested a “Mail In Ballot”. You can expect to see your ballot in a few days. If you have not done so yet I would encourage you to request a Mail in Ballot by…
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