[Ed. note: Ray Lodato lives in Hyde Park. The incumbent for the 1st Congressional District of Illinois is Bobby Rush. The other candidates can be found here.]
For Immediate Release
January 7, 2012
South Side Political Activist Ray Lodato
For 1 st Congressional District Seat
(Chicago, January 7, 2012)— Kicking off “a grass-roots campaign for 21 st Century
leadership that looks forward, not backward,” South Side community activist and
political scientist Ray Lodato has announced his candidacy for the Democratic
nomination for Congress in the First Congressional District.
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