Valerie Burd for 50th District
Illinois House of Representatives
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Donations can be sent to:
Friends for Valerie Burd
P.O. Box 309
Yorkville, IL 60560
630-553-7510
val.burd1@gmail.com
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Pig Roast Fundraiser June 8th
 
 
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At the Village Board meeting at the Campton Township Community Center on Old La Fox Rd. Tuesday night for my campaign kickoff. Board members kindly posed with me for a photo: Jim Kopec, Mike Millette, Al Lenkaitis Jr., Harry Blecker, Laura Anderson, Susan George and Village President Patsy Smith.
 
Valerie's "WALKING AROUND THE 50th" CAMPAIGN BEGINS
- For the next four months, until election day on Nov. 4, Valerie will be walking around the 50th District, meeting as many residents as possible. If you see her - come up and say hi. Ask questions. Tell her your opinions.
 
Let your voice be heard!!! Take the poll and let Valerie know what your views are!
 
You can now register to vote online!! Go to the Illinois Online Voter Application to register! Get registered and get out to vote this November!! Let your voice be heard!!
 
Upcoming Event!!
This Saturday (July 19th), Valerie will be at the Kane County Fair. She will also be at the Kendall County Special Olympics Family Fun Fair and Pig Roast Fundraiser at the Yorkville American Legion on Rte 34. Come on out and enjoy the Kane County Fair then head over and support the folks over at Kendall County Special Olympics. Proceeds go to support thier athletic programs as well as for scholarships for families that cannot afford membership and athletic supplies. For more information go to the Kendall County Special Olympics webpage.
 
Why am I running?
I consider myself a moderate/Independent voter who supports the current State Rep. Kay Hatcher. I believe in supporting the best individual, and have never voted down a party line before. I also believe strongly in working with people from all perspectives and political beliefs towards compromise.
 
I decided to run because I love our country, our Constitution and the political process. I hear so many people saying negative things about politicians – wanting to kick them all out of office. But when we look back in our history and see the leaders who have stepped forward when we needed them most to solve our problems, we have to feel that God has blessed us many times. There are many good people, Democrats and Republicans, working to solve the problems we are facing. We need to support these people, not the ones who are trying to tear us part.