Friday, July 12, 2013

Stolman Releases Early Endorsements for Lake County Treasurer

On Monday, Lake County Board Member and former Lake County Board Chairman David Stolman announced his candidacy for Lake County Treasurer.  This announcement came shortly after current Treasurer Bob Skidmore announced that he would not seek reelection.

Yesterday, Stolman released a list of initial endorsements from fellow elected officials in Lake County.  This endorsement list includes:

  • Former Illinois Lieutenant Governor Corrine Wood
  • Lake County Board Chairman Aaron Lawlor
  • Lake County Circuit Court Clerk Keith Brin
  • Lake County Regional Superintendent of Schools Roycealee Wood
  • State Senator Pam Althoff
  • State Senator Dan Duffy
  • Former State Senator and Vernon Township Supervisor Bill Peterson
  • Former State Senator and Former Lake County Board Chairman Suzi Schmidt
  • State Representative JoAnn Osmond
  • State Representative Barbara Wheeler
  • Former State Representative Sid Mathias
  • Lake County Board Member Bonnie Thompson Carter
  • Lake County Board Member Brent Paxton
  • Lake County Board Member Linda Pedersen
  • Lake County Board Member Michael Rummel
  • Lake County Board Member Nick Sauer
  • Lake County Board Member Tom Weber
  • Hawthorn Woods Village President Joe Mancino
  • Lake Barrington Village President Kevin Richardson
  • Lincolnshire Mayor Brett Blomberg
  • Long Grove Village President Maria Rodriguez
Stolman also released a statement along with these endorsements: "I am proud and honored to have already received the support of so many respected Lake County leaders.  These are officials who have stood for fiscal responsibility. I look forward to working with them as Lake County Treasurer to advance technology in the office while being an advocate for economic development and a watchdog for the public's tax dollars."

David Stolman was first elected to the Lake County Board in 1992 and has served his district since that time.  Stolman also served as Lake County Board Chairman from 2010-2012. He has established a record of being a fiscally responsible voice on the Board. During his tenure as Chairman, the Board tackled tough issues, cut spending and lead the way on economic development. Stolman earned a B.A. in political science from the University of Illinois, and his law degree from DePaul University Law School. He lives in Buffalo Grove with his wife Maureen.

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