Sunday, January 27, 2013

Community First Slate Candidates Boxing Night at Bourbon Street January 30th

Worth Township Democratic Committeeman John O'Sullivan between and the legendary Kansas Comet, NFL Bears Gayle Sayers and Leo High School President Dan McGrath.

Worth Township Democratic Committeeman John O'Sullivan is a public leader who puts Community First and is one of the last of the public people who actually walk-the-walk.John O'Sullivan, like 19th Ward Alderman Matt O'Shea, is a 'with the voters' public servant who can be seen out on the streets actually listening to the voters. Johnny O' listens to people and respects what they have to say about the government that they are getting; so, when John O'Sullivan speaks, I tend to listen as carefully to what he has to say because I know that he is speaking for my neighbors.  When Johnny O' speaks, it reflects what he is already doing. 

Johnny O' has been there for the constituents of Worth Township that takes in a healthy chunk of the south side of Chicago, taking the fight to powerful and the 'bullet-proof' as he did leading the way in the Burr Oak cemetary nightmare, standing up to bosses and finding real paths away from street violence
John O'Sullivan is backing the Community First Slate of Candidates. 

I'll be at Bourbon Street on wednesday, Johnny!


Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 8:56:26 PM
Subject: Worth Township Community First Party

Dear Friends,

It is with great pleasure that I proudly endorse the Community First Party for the Worth Township Government.  After much consideration I do believe it is time for a change. The Township of Worth includes the communities of Oak Lawn, Evergreen Park, Alsip, Blue Island, Palos Heights, Chicago Ridge, Worth, Crestwood, Merrionette Park, Bridgeview, Hometown and Robbins. The Community First party consists of 8 unique individuals that each bring fresh new ideas to township government.  The slate of candidates has agreed upon some very proactive points that you should be aware of :

1. Term limits for elected township officials.

2. Suspension of pensions for elected township officials.

3.  Salary freeze for elected township officials.

They have agreed upon these points because they want MORE FOR YOU - for our seniors, our families and our children!  They put our COMMUNITY FIRST!

Please join us for a fundraiser on Wednesday, Jan. 30th at Bourbon Street from 6-9 pm. $35 includes open bar, buffet style dinner, Olympic style boxing matches featured by Celtic Boxing Club in Mt. Greenwood. It's sure to be a great time and an opportunity for you to meet the candidates.  

Please take a minute to open the attached documents.  I'm sure you will be impressed.  Attached you will find:
1.  Candidate information
2.  Event Ticket /information

Please feel free to call me with any questions or concerns.  I look forward to seeing you there and I look forward to the future of Worth Township.


John O'Sullivan
Worth Township Democratic Committeeman

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