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posted: 4/5/2013 4:40 AM

Keep your eight votes in Naperville

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Keep your eight votes in Naperville

Yes, Naperville's men and women have taken an active role in building their community. A wide variety of people have said yes to elected office on city council guiding decades of thoughtful growth. They were free to live where they chose.

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Thank you to those who have served and are serving the good of the whole in business, in faith communities, in schools, in nonprofits and in government. Thank you to those who cast their vote at election time. Please vote on Tuesday.

Vote yes to keep electing Naperville City Council at large. Vote yes to keep your eight votes for eight council seats (you can only vote for four in a ward system). Vote yes to keep the eyes of the city on all of us, not selective parts with selective budgets. Vote yes to keep costs down and accountability up. Vote yes because doing so affirms a wider talent pool when all candidates can come from all areas of the city.

Mary Lou Wehrli


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