Meet and greet your new 39th Ward Democratic Committeeman, Robert Murphy
Join with Robert, your friends, your neighbors and with residents throughout the ward to enjoy a complimentary dinner, Irish music, and good conversation. Hear about the new 39th Ward Democratic Organization – what it will do for you and how you can play a part. Meet other local elected officials and candidates on the November ballot.
Family Spaghetti Dinner
Thursday, June 23
6 – 8 PM
RSVP online at www.
Irish American Heritage Center
Fifth Provence Room, 1st Floor
4626 N. Knox
Kids of all ages welcome!
39th Ward Democratic Organization Mission:
Oversee fair elections, slate candidates that support the policy interests of the community and the Party, increase voter access and participation, and prioritize community engagement.
Robert Murphy for 39th Ward Committeeman has been endorsed by Ald. John Arena and the 45th Ward Independent Dems. We are proud to have Ald. Arena's endorsement and honored to be endorsed by his grassroots organization. THANK YOU!
Robert Murphy for 39th Ward Committeeman has been endorsed and now adopted by Northside Democracy for America (NDFA). NDFA has adopted the committeeman campaigns of Robert Murphy (39), Aaron Goldstein (33), and Dianne Daleiden (40) as the NW Slate. We are proud to have NDFA's endorsement and honored to be adopted by this grassroots organization. Our campaign was adopted by a unanimous vote of members present. THANK YOU!
Robert Murphy has declared his intention of running for 39th Ward Committeeman against the current alderman's husband whose hold on the post has ensured the continuence of 52 years of one family rule. "The residents and voters of the 39th Ward deserve new leadership and new ideas during these challenging times," said Robert. "The current committeeman has supported those in his family that have led to our city and state to the brink of insolvency. It is time for this cycle of dysfunction to end."
Robert Murphy endorsed by the Chicago Tribune for 39th Ward Alderman.
"Our pick is Murphy, who says he began knocking on the alderman's door shortly after his house was mapped into the 39th Ward. He wanted improvements to Forest Glen Avenue; he wanted Laurino to help set up a meeting with the mayor about O'Hare International Airport. What he got, he says, was "lip service." Murphy wants to develop walkable retail districts so shoppers stay close to home instead of driving to Niles and Lincolnwood. He wants to partner with City Colleges to train workers for the light industrial strip that runs down the middle of the ward. He has a far greater sense of urgency about city finances than does Laurino."
Paid for by Neighbors for Robert Murphy
A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board's official website (www.elections.il.gov) or for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois.