Illinois 6th Congressional District Race for March 2020 Republican Primary
Jay Kinzler previously ran against former Rep. Peter Roskam in the IL6 2016 March Primary. Here is his candidate interview video for that race against Roskam.
Bio: Home- Glen Ellyn, Ill., Profession- Kidney Transplant Surgeon Elmhurst Hospital and Christ Hospital, Colonel in Army Reserve, Loyola Chicago Bachelors of Science, Education- Loyola Stritch School of Medicine M. D., UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION 1976-1980 Loyola University of Chicago, Family- Wife Jennifer, Daughter Allie, Son Andrew
Past articles: Kinzler not a career politician
IFA-pac endorses Dr. Jay Kinzler in the 6th District GOP Congressional race 2016
EDUCATION- graduated from The John Marshall Law School in 1998, and became an state Assistant Attorney General under during the tenure of then state Attorney General Jim Ryan. After leaving the Attorney General's office in 2003, Sanguinetti practiced law in Chicago at private law firms representing police officers and other first responders in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. While practicing law, Sanguinetti went on to become an adjunct professor of law at John Marshall Law School. Family- She is married with three children. She is a member of College Church, and is a member of Rotary International.
Bio: Home- Wheaton, Ill., Profession- American politician and former Republican member of the Illinois House of Representatives for the 42nd district. The district included Carol Stream, Lisle, Warrenville, Wheaton, Winfield, West Chicago, and Naperville. EDUCATION: Ives graduated from Vermillion High School in South Dakota in 1983. She attended the United States Military Academy and served as an officer in the United States Army. Later, Ives served briefly on the Wheaton City Council.
Illinois State House District 66 Race for March 2020 Republican Primary
Allen Skillicorn - Link to Circulate Petition campaign website
Bio: Home- East Dundee, Ill., Allen Skillicorn is a Republican member of the Illinois House of Representatives, representing the 66th district since 2017. The 66th State House District includes parts of Algonquin, Crystal Lake, East and West Dundee, Elgin, Gilberts, Huntley, Lake in the Hills, Lakewood and Sleepy Hollow.
State Representative Allen Skillicorn was sworn-in to represent the 66th House District on January 11, 2017 and is a lifelong resident of the Fox River Valley, having lived in Algonquin, Crystal Lake and Dundee. In his second term, Allen’s top priorities in the Illinois House of Representatives continue to be pension reform and tax relief.
Allen has deep roots in the Fox River Valley. His grandfather worked as a janitor at Crystal Lake South High School, while his mother April was a teacher in School District 300 and later served preschool children as director of the Crystal Lake Head Start program.
Today, Allen and his wife Heather live in East Dundee. Together, they give back by volunteering for the local therapy dog group and animal rescue. The Skillicorn’s are also active members of Fox Valley Church in Dundee.
Professionally, Allen is an entrepreneur. Skillicorn worked as a Director of Marketing for a local electronics manufacturer.
Skillicorn served as a trustee for East Dundee, Illinois and as vice-chairman of the Kane County Republican Party. He also served as Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Illinois, Liberty Leader for the Illinois Policy Institute, Illinois Rifle Association, former board member of the Northern Kane County Chamber of Commerce, Sports Car Club of America, and a volunteer for Therapy Dogs, Inc.
Bio: Home- Crystal Lake Republican and McHenry County Board member Carolyn Schofield launched her campaign against state Rep. Allen Skillicorn for his seat as District 66 state representative.
Schofield serves on the County Board and the executive board of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning.
“The math is simple,” Schofield said in an official statement. “There are currently 44 Republicans in the House and a bill takes 60 votes to pass. Republicans cannot pass a single bill without Democrat votes. I’ll reach across the aisle to find common ground and build trust. By working together with respect, I’ll achieve results."