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posted: 10/25/2010 1:00 AM

Gruen stronger than Mulligan on finance

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Nov. 2, 2010 requires voters in the 65th state representative district to choose a candidate that will be most qualified to deal with Item #1 in Springfield: the budget.

Wendy Gruen of Des Plaines owns a private business of financial services covering 20 years. She is a certified financial planner predicated by a Northwestern University degree in economics and a masters in Public Policy Administration from Northwestern.

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Wendy's volunteer record in the community includes membership in the Des Plaines Economic Development Commission as well as an AARP tax assistant.

She is opposing incumbent Rep. Mulligan, in the office 18 years, with a worthy record on social issues. The time for change is for a financial expert. Wendy is running to serve the 65th District constituents without becoming a professional politician for personal gain.

The final priority is that one must be sure to vote by Nov. 2!

Willard Strassburger

Des Plaines

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