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Singh Announces North Aurora Trustees Endorsements

Singh Announces North Aurora Trustees Endorsements

Press Release
Citizens for Ravi Singh
P.O. Box 7191 Aurora, IL 60507 Ph# 630-859-9055 Fx# 630-859-9051

For Immediate Release

Contact: Michelle Kallevik Monday, February 16, 1998
(630) 859-9055

Singh Announces North Aurora Trustees Endorsements

Aurora, IL - Five North Aurora Trustees have announced their endorsements of Ravi Singh, candidate for State Representative in the 42nd District which encompasses North Aurora, Batavia, Geneva, parts of St. Charles, Montgomery, and Aurora. The endorsement comes in time for the March 17th Primary.

In a letter to voters in North Aurora, Trustees Ted Berry, Max Herwig, Annette Kallevik, George Glass and David Lunardini stated that Singh, "..has clearly demonstrated that he understands the needs of the 42nd District including North Aurora." The letter of endorsement asks the voters of North Aurora to support Singh in his effort to win the Republican Primary in March.

"I am proud to have the support of these distinguished leaders and I look forward to working with them to help improve and preserve the standard of living that the people of North Aurora and the 42nd District are accustomed to," said Singh. Singh has already been endorsed by the Mayor of Geneva Tom Coughlin, the Village President of Montgomery Ellis Van Meter, and Alderman Bill Cross of Aurora.

"The momentum continues to build in the campaign and these endorsements will go a long way to solidifying that support in North Aurora," said Singh. The winner of the March 17th Primary will face Democrat Juan Thomas in November.

Ravi Singh, the Republican candidate for Illinois State Representative in the 42nd District, worked as assistant to Lt. Governor Bob Kustra, where he prepared policy analysis and reported on State House & Senate committee hearings. In 1996, he assisted Illinois State Treasurer Judy Baar Topinka as Coordinator of her Department of Community Relations. He is vying for the seat being vacated by Representative Suzanne Deuchler.