Marie Newman Announces the Endorsements of Fourteen Suburban Mayors and Village Presidents

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(Countryside, IL) — Today, Marie Newman, Democratic candidate for Congress in Illinois’ Third District, announced that she had received endorsements from fourteen suburban mayors and village presidents, including:

  • Berwyn Mayor Bob Lovero
  • Palos Hills Mayor Jerry Bennett 
  • Palos Park Mayor John Mahoney
  • Bridgeview Mayor Steve Landek
  • Countryside Mayor Sean McDermott
  • Stickney Mayor Jeff Walik
  • Indian Head Park Village President Tom Hinshaw
  • Hometown Mayor Kevin Casey
  • LaGrange Village President Mark Kuchler
  • Riverside Village President Benjamin Sells
  • Burbank Mayor Dan Foy
  • Western Springs Village President Alice Gallagher
  • Hickory Hills Mayor Mike Howley
  • Bedford Park Village President David Brady

“I am happy to endorse Marie Newman for Congress in Illinois’ Third District because I trust her to be a strong partner to myself and my colleagues here on the SouthWest side,” said Palos Hills Mayor Jerry Bennett. “Marie shares the same passion that I do for serving my constituents and I know that she will be an unwavering advocate for the hard working people of Palos Hills and all of us in the Third District.”

“Marie Newman is extremely well informed in economic issues that affect our area,” said Berwyn Mayor Bob Lovero. “I stood with Marie in her primary campaign because I believed in her commitment to building an economy that works for all of us, and I am proud to endorse her again today. We need a strong advocate for working families in the Third Congressional District and that advocate is Marie Newman.”

“I am truly honored to have the support of these selfless men and women who work hard to make their communities the best that they can be every day,” said Democratic Nominee Marie Newman. “I look forward to working with each of them to address disrepair and inefficiency in our transportation systems and shared infrastructure, to support small businesses who have been hit hard by the pandemic, and to support the Third District families who are struggling to afford their everyday lives.”