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January 26, 2011
Sherman submits candidate questionnaire to
Daily Herald in race for Buffalo Grove Village Clerk
The political campaign of Rob Sherman for Buffalo Grove Village Clerk continues with the submission to the Daily Herald of my responses to their candidate survey.
The candidate survey asked for biographical data, asked what my three key campaign issues are, and asked what makes me the best candidate for the job, plus just a few other questions.
The pdf printout of the survey, with my answers, is only two pages long. You can read the Daily Herald survey, with all of my answers, by clicking here. It's a pdf with small print, so you may need to zoom in to be able to read it.
Election day is in ten weeks, on April 5, 2011. Early voting starts in March.
Previous Rob Sherman News stories about this subject matter:
Wednesday, December 29: Rob Sherman wins the lottery!
Tuesday, December 28: New Rob Sherman for Village Clerk web site launches
Monday, Dec. 13: Buffalo Grove Police refuse to arrest Sherman after "Protester" complaint at BG Post Office
Sunday, November 7: Yet another scandal by Buffalo Grove Village Clerk
Thursday, Nov. 4: Public Access Counselor finds BG Clerk failed to provide sufficient detail in meeting Minutes
Monday, November 1: Complaint filed with Attorney General against Buffalo Grove Village Clerk
Monday, October 18: Illinois Public Access Counselor condemns Minutes of gov't meetings that lack specificity
Thursday, October 14: Village Clerk says losing keys to Village Hall is no big deal
Tuesday, October 12: Sherman declares candidacy for Buffalo Grove Village Clerk
Monday, October 11: Sherman renews call for Buffalo Grove Village Clerk to resign
Wednesday, October 6: Term Limits of 32 years proposed for Buffalo Grove elected officials
Tues, 10/5: New scandal regarding Buffalo Grove "Minutes": Was it Finance Committee or Comm of the Whole?
Monday, October 4: Buffalo Grove Village Clerk doesn't get it in dispute over meeting Minutes
Sunday, October 3: Buffalo Grove Trustee backs Sherman in dispute over meeting Minutes
Saturday, October 2: Illinois Open Meetings Act backs Sherman in dispute over Buffalo Grove meeting Minutes
Friday, October 1: Sherman to challenge Minutes of Buffalo Grove Committee of the Whole meeting
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