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Proviso Probe

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

A07, candidate filings Bellwood, Berkeley, Hillside & Maywod [BW, B, H]

Proviso Herald lists the following candidates as having filed for election. Candidates can continue to file until next Monday.

Bellwood

Village
  • Phylistine Murphy
  • M.C. Robinson
  • Edward Lezza Jr.

Library board
  • Mary Anne Grundler
  • David Ireland
Berkeley

Village

  • Valerie William (Building Better Berkeley Party)
  • Diane Salemi (Building Better Berkeley Party)
  • Bob Lee (Building Better Berkeley Party)
  • Jerry Perez (Building Better Berkeley Party)
Library board
  • Jerry Brown

Hillside

Village

  • Lytton H. "Andy" Andersen
  • Harold A. Martin, Jr.
  • David V. Delgado


And according to Proviso Insider the following candidates filed in the Village of Maywood:
  • Ralph McNabb-former Maywood Village Clerk
  • Sheryl Washington-former Maywood Trustee
  • Lula Greenhow-former Maywood Trustee

Last time I saw Lula Greenhow was when Rep. Karen Yarbrough organized a demonstration against the Player's Ball being held in Maywood. Greenhow was a counter demonstrator. So she was basically spending her time demonstrating for the rights of pimps to hold their annual gathering in Maywood.

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5 Comments:

  • Somebody should ask Greenhow about her counter demonstration on the campaign trail.

    And please record it on DVD. It might make some good You Tube.

    By Blogger Carl Nyberg, at 12:25 PM, January 31, 2007  

  • Spotted Welch and Tony Santiago having breakfast this morning. Let the sign campaign begin.

    By Anonymous Don't answer your door, at 3:22 PM, January 31, 2007  

  • Greenhow was defending the Pimps and Ho's ball along with her political mentors, Gene Moore,Chris Welch and Don Sloan. What a shame that a black women in the 21st century would still defend Pimps, I guess sterotypes are mainly true!

    By Anonymous Lula,stop being Pimped By Sloan and Welch and Moore!, at 6:07 PM, January 31, 2007  

  • Don't post under "anonymous". Incorporate a pseudonym into your post if you don't use Blogger's "Choose an identify" feature.

    Multiple posts under "anonymous" makes a discussion confusing.

    By Blogger Carl Nyberg, at 10:33 AM, February 01, 2007  

  • If anybody else files let me know.

    By Blogger Carl Nyberg, at 11:05 AM, February 01, 2007  

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