GOP Lt. Gov. candidate to attend Bloomingdale Township meet-and-greet Jan. 25

  • Meet Illinois Governor candidate Gary Rabine's running mate, Lt. Governor candidate Aaron Del Mar.

    Meet Illinois Governor candidate Gary Rabine's running mate, Lt. Governor candidate Aaron Del Mar. Courtesy of Rabine for Governor

 
 
Updated 1/25/2022 3:01 PM

Come out and meet Illinois Governor candidate Gary Rabine's running mate, Lt. Governor candidate Aaron Del Mar, at the Bloomingdale Township monthly GOP meeting. The event will take place at Bloomingdale Golf Course, 181 Glen Ellyn Road in Bloomingdale Tuesday, January 25 at 6 p.m. Attend this meeting and learn how Rabine and Del Mar plan to work for Illinois, bring about real reform in Springfield and strengthen the American dream for all Illinoisans.

To learn more about how Gary Rabine and Aaron Del Mar will serve Illinois, visit https://rabineforgovernor.com/.

 

About Gary Rabine: Gary Rabine, 58, is a lifelong conservative Republican who is pro-life, pro-second amendment and a fiscal hawk. He has consistently supported the protection of our fundamental freedoms for decades, and most recently was one of the lead plaintiffs in the lawsuit that successfully stopped the Biden Administration's vaccine mandate, ruled on by U.S. Supreme Court. A self-made business builder and leader, shortly after high school, Gary founded the Rabine Group of Companies which does business in all 50 states, and where he currently serves as the Chairman. He and his wife have four grown children and three grandchildren.

About Aaron Del Mar: Aaron Del Mar, 41, is a dedicated father of six, public servant and entrepreneur with a proven track record of fighting for lower property taxes and fiscal responsibility. Service to his community has always been a driving force; Aaron was elected the youngest and first minority Village of Palatine councilman and serves Palatine Township as a Rural Fire Protection District Trustee and Highway Commissioner. He was named to Crain's Chicago Business' prestigious 2019 Notable Entrepreneurs List and was a 2018 Daily Herald Young Entrepreneur of the Year.

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