grassroot-facebook canidate for illinois 16th congressional district----wanda rohl

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the 16th was redistricted by the democrats into even a bigger republican district. the democrats put up no one in the primary so we were left with no one to vote for. since there were two republicans running the we were going to be stuck with the tea party canidate or a tea party light candidate. a month or so ago people started posting on facebook about trying to find a democratic canidate,,fast forward to last week when the majority of people in a "convention" in dekalb il decided on wanda rohl.

so we are now in the process of getting sigs to put her on the ballot,getting endorsements,money,and press.. we have a very small time frame to work with and so far ZERO recongiztion from the state democratic party. she was on big ed`s radio show today and others are contacting other radio hosts. do we have a chance in hell of getting her elected? the reality is no we don`t.BUT at least we will have someone to vote for and that`s what our democracy is about...being able to vote for someone who you think will represent you in washington dc.

here`s her facebook page and there`s links to other sites that are backing her in those pages.

(23) Citizens for Wanda Rohl

thanks for listening.....

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