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Candidate for U.S. Senate Weighs In On Marie Newman

SCHAUMBURG – Last week, a CBS news affiliate in Chicago reported that Marie Newman, who was elected in November to represent the 3 rd congressional district in Illinois, had months earlier entered into a contract which sought to exchange public employment for electoral support. The contract came to light in a complaint that alleges its breach. “The contract itself violates federal law, irrespective of breach,“ W. Thomas Olson, a candidate for the US senate alleges. “The Continue Reading
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Ethics Watchdog Calls for Investigation into Democrat Marie Newman for Allegedly Violating Federal Law and Ethics Rules

Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT), a non-partisan ethics watchdog, filed a complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics, requesting an immediate investigation into Democrat Rep. Marie Newman (IL) for allegedly violating federal law and ethics rules. Kendra Arnold, the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust executive director, wrote...
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Zapolis & Associates, P.C. employee Robert J. Zapolis contributes a total of $4,725 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman

Zapolis & Associates, P.C. employee Robert J. Zapolis has contributed a total of $4,725 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC). There was at least one contribution made to political candidates and committees by Zapolis & Associates, P.C. employees. According to the Federal Elections Commission,...
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Zapolis & Associates, P.C. employee Robert J. Zapolis contributes a total of $4,275 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman

Zapolis & Associates, P.C. employee Robert J. Zapolis has contributed a total of $4,275 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC). There have been one total contribution made to political candidates and committees by Zapolis & Associates, P.C. employees. According to the Federal Elections Commission,...
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Ginsberg Jacobs, LLC employee Janet H. Winningham contributes a total of $140 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman

Ginsberg Jacobs, LLC employee Janet H. Winningham has contributed a total of $140 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC). There have been five total contributions made to political candidates and committees by Ginsberg Jacobs, LLC employees, 100 percent of which have gone to Democratic Party causes and candidates.
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Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago employee Jay Carlson contributes a total of $700 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago employee Jay Carlson has contributed a total of $700 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC). There have been 39 total contributions made to political candidates and committees by Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago employees, 100...
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McDonaldu2019s employee Marianne Merola contributes a total of $3,575 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman

McDonaldu2019s employee Marianne Merola has contributed a total of $3,575 to Democratic Party candidate Marie Newman, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC). There have been 56 total contributions made to political candidates and committees by McDonaldu2019s employees, 73.2 percent of which have gone to Democratic Party causes and candidates. According...
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Rep. Marie Newman responds to Marjorie Taylor Greene's anti-transgender sign

Rep. Marie Newman responds to Marjorie Taylor Greene's anti-transgender sign with this takeaway: "She's welcome to her sign. No one is buying it, and it's not science." Greene hung her sign on the wall across from Newman's office yesterday after Newman had put up a transgender pride flag in the same hall. Newman, whose daughter is transgender, was inspired to put up the flag after Greene had opposed the Equality Act. In case you missed the anti-transgender sign incident:
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The Spin: Marie Newman vs. Marjorie Taylor Greene | Madigan’s successor 2.0 | Activists lambast Cook County for sending COVID-19 money to sheriff’s office

U.S. Rep. Marie Newman’s push to pass a law that would ban discrimination against LGBTQ Americans has sparked a feud with controversial Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia. But it took a new turn this morning “when Facebook temporarily took down Newman’s video putting up a transgender pride flag in a congressional office hallway, labeling it hate speech,” the Tribune’s Bill Ruthhart reports.