Ward Reports November 22, 2022
Ald. Mike Rodriguez (22) tweeted “We filed petitions today! Thanks to the thousands of voters who signed my petition for 22nd Ward Alderperson and to the great group of family, friends and volunteers who were the people who made this happen! Congrats to all who filed today and who will file over the next week.”
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez (33) tweeted “Laying off Behavioral Health, PrEP Navigation, In Power, Health Education staff, and more would irreversibly harm the queer community and it’s unconscionable. I stand in solidarity with @HBHWorkers in their fight to stay & provide the services our communities need. #HBHNoLayoffs”
Ald. James Cappleman (46) tweeted “When I first heard about #INVESTSouthWest three years ago, it was easy to get on board. All communities benefit when we lift up those with high rates of poverty.”
Ald. Nick Sposato (38) posted on Facebook “Today I officially submitted my petitions to run for 38th Ward Alderman. This should put to rest the rumors spread by my opponents that I was NOT running and that I was TOO SICK to run. These blatant lies infuriated me and confused many of my constituents (as they were intended to do). This is the type of campaign that you can expect from my opponents for the next 3 months. It is an honor to serve as your Alderman and with your support I hope to continue to do so!”
Ald. Pat Dowell (3) posted on Facebook “Early this morning I stood in line at the Board of Elections to turn in my petitions to earn a spot on the ballot for 3rd Ward Alderman. That election is February 28th of 2023. Saw my colleagues and other hopeful candidates doing the same. Thanks to all of my supporters and friends who signed or circulated my petitions. I am grateful. Democracy at work!”
Ald. Daniel La Spata (1) tweeted “Want to learn more about participatory budgeting? Join us tomorrow at @thelincolnlodge from 7-8PM for a special documentary screening of “Count Me In” followed by a Q/A!”
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