Nathwani appointed to State Senate


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DATE: November 26, 2018

 
Nathwani appointed to State Senate
DuPage GOP and Cook GOP fill Nybo vacancy with Milton Township Trustee

GLEN ELLYN–The Republican 24th Senate District Selection Committee announced today the appointment of Yadav “Nick” Nathwani to the Office of State Senator for the 24th Senate District of Illinois.

“Yadav will be a great State Senator for the 24th District during the upcoming veto session,” said DuPage County GOP Chairman Brian Krajewski. “As a Milton Township Trustee, Yadav knows the difficult issues facing west suburban residents.”

Committee members agreed that Nathwani can hit the ground running and serve the short remainder of former State Senator Chris Nybo’s term, which ends with the swearing in of the 101th Illinois General Assembly on January 9, 2019.

Nathwani, 35, was first elected as a Milton Township Trustee in 2013, served on the Glenbard High School District 87 board from 2009 to 2013, volunteers for many community organizations, and has been a DuPage GOP precinct committeeman and DuPage Young Republicans member since 2011. He is currently employed as the Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer of Professional Paving and Concrete Company, Inc. and has a BA in Social Science and a MBA in finance from Benedictine University. Nathwani lives in Glen Ellyn.

The 24th Senate District is primarily in DuPage County, with a couple precincts in Cook County. The Selection Committee consisted of Chairman Krajewski and Lyons Township GOP Committeewoman Christine Cook. Also included were non-voting members Downers Grove Township GOP Chairman Bob Grogan, Milton Township GOP Chairman Chris LeVan, York Township GOP Chairman Tony Cuzzone, Addison Township GOP Chairman Chris Kachiroubas, and Lisle Township GOP Chairman Jay Fisher.

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DuPage GOP and Cook GOP appoint Mazzochi to State House


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Date:                  July 16, 2018
Contact:             630-472-9661, info@dupagegop.org; 312-342-6485, deemazzochi@hotmail.com

Mazzochi appointed to State House
DuPage GOP and Cook GOP pick Bellock successor

ELMHURST—The Republican 47th House District Selection Committee is pleased to announce today the appointment of College of DuPage (COD) Board of Trustees Chairman Deanne Mazzochi to the Office of State Representative for the 47th House District of Illinois.

“I am grateful for this appointment to serve the people of the 47th District,” said Mazzochi. “Our communities are accustomed to the excellent services that Representative Bellock provided, and we are committed to maintaining them. Residents already have reached out to me on issues ranging from O’Hare and Tollway expansion, redistricting, property taxes, budget, and social services. I’m excited to get started and direct my energy and experience learning and listening to find creative ways to help this district, and to advocate for good policy during the November legislative veto session.”

“Deanne Mazzochi is a fiscally-responsible reformer dedicated to taxpayers and we’re excited to send her to Springfield early,” said DuPage County GOP Chairman Brian Krajewski. “As COD Chairman, she helped turn around the scandal-plagued community college. Thanks in large part to her leadership, it is now back on track as one of the best educational resources for our area.”

Having run unopposed in the March 20th primary, Mazzochi is the Republican nominee for the 47th House District for the November 2018 general election. As the newly appointed state representative, she will have a leg up in seniority over the next freshman class of state legislators, much to the district’s benefit. The vacancy was created by the appointment of State Representative Patti Bellock (R-Hinsdale) as the next Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services Director.

Mazzochi has a strong reform record after serving as COD Chairman for three years. On the Board of Trustees, she removed ineffective administrators, paid down debt, cut property taxes, lowered tuition costs for students, and balanced multi-million dollar budgets. With a BA in Chemistry and Political Science from Boston University and a JD, with honors, from George Washington University, Mazzochi is an experienced patent litigator. She grew up in Villa Park and currently lives in Elmhurst with her husband and two children.

The 47th House District is primarily in eastern DuPage County, with additional precincts from Hinsdale and Western Springs in Cook County. The Selection Committee consisted of Chairman Krajewski and Lyons Township GOP Committeewoman Christine Cook. Non-voting members also included York Township GOP Chairman Tony Cuzzone, Downers Grove Township GOP Chairman Bob Grogan, and Addison Township GOP Chairman Chris Kachiroubas. Mazzochi’s swearing-in ceremony is scheduled for July 24, 2018.

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Lincoln Day Dinner 2018 with Commr Bush and Gov Rauner


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Date: June 6, 2018
Contact: 630-435-6340, info@dupagegop.org

Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush keynotes Lincoln Day Dinner
Rising Republican star delivers address to volunteers, committeemen, and elected officials

OAK BROOK—The DuPage County Republican Party released the following statement after its annual Lincoln Day Dinner event with Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush at the Oak Brook Marriott Hotel.

“After over 500 people attended our Lincoln Day Dinner, there’s little doubt that local conservatives here in our county are energized for the upcoming campaign,” said DuPage GOP Chairman Brian Krajewski. “We’re ready to fully support our candidates from the top of the ticket to the bottom.”

For this year’s event, Commissioner Bush delivered the keynote address to voters, volunteers, candidates, and elected officials in attendance. Governor Bruce Rauner also addressed the enthusiastic crowd.

“Governor Rauner and Commissioner Bush gave invigorating speeches that really brought to focus what is at stake this fall,” Chairman Krajewski said. “We can either help Rauner enact reforms like Texas and our Midwest neighbors or relapse to one-party rule under Madigan and Pritzker. The choice is clear.”

As a member of the Bush family, Commissioner Bush has been involved in national politics from an early age and has led young professionals coalition building across the country. Since winning his statewide campaign in 2014, Bush has focused on protecting Texan coastlines, historical sites, and private property rights. Bush previously served in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and practiced real estate law.

All proceeds of the event will go towards the party’s efforts to win campaigns in DuPage County.

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