Roskam Gets Another Challenger

He’s sticking by his stance that town halls are not a good way to communicate with constituents.

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Colin Diersing
April 21, 2017, 11:01 a.m.

Former Naperville school board mem­ber Su­zyn Price (D) “plans to run next year against long­time” Rep. Peter Roskam (R). “Price is an ad­junct fac­ulty mem­ber at the Col­lege of DuPage and began her ca­reer work­ing for the Olive Branch Mis­sion, Saint Le­onard’s House and The Ounce of Pre­ven­tion Fund.” (Chica­go Daily Her­ald)

HIDE AND GO SEEK. Roskam’s con­stitu­ents “are plan­ning to make an­oth­er vis­it to his West Chica­go of­fice Fri­day to de­liv­er a box of ques­tions they want him to an­swer in a face-to-face pub­lic for­um. However, the Wheaton Re­pub­lic­an on Thursday re­it­er­ated his view that town hall meet­ings are not an ef­fect­ive form of com­mu­nic­a­tion.” (Chica­go Tribune)


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