Chicago Tribune Announces Its Endorsement of Bob Kalnicky for State Representative

From the campaign to elect Bob Kalnicky to the Illinois House (98th District)…

Romeoville, IL – On Saturday, March 10th, the Chicago Tribune released the last of its endorsements for Illinois House of Representatives. Among those endorsed by the paper was Bob Kalnicky, candidate for State Representative in the 98th district.

To quote the Chicago Tribune: “Romeoville business leader Robert “Bob” Kalnicky impresses us with his reasoned, pro-business approach to restoring the state’s fiscal health. The Republican holds an MBA from Lewis University in Romeoville and is executive director of the Community Service Council of Northern Will County. He’s also vice president of the Fountaindale library board and president of the Romeoville Area Chamber of Commerce.”

Kalnicky adds the Tribune endorsement to his list of high-profile endorsements, and is pleased to be recognized by the paper. “I am pleased to receive the endorsement of the Chicago Tribune. The Tribune has been a widely-respected publication in Illinois for many years, and it is an honor to receive their recognition of the value I would bring to the Illinois state legislature,” states Kalnicky.

Bob Kalnicky serves as the Chairman of the Romeoville Chamber of Commerce Board and the Vice Chairman of the DuPage Township Republican Organization. Kalnicky has also been endorsed by Congresswoman Judy Biggert, Romeoville Mayor John Noak, Will County Treasurer Steve Weber, and the National Rifle Association.

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