To: The Coalition Party of Justice

From: Joe B. Egas

Re: Placement of COJP candidate yard signs

Dear residents,

The candidates of the Coalition Party of the Village of Justice are committed to progress, service and balance, and one more thing that the PVP lacks, respect for the community and its residents.

This is in response to the PVP’s misstatement from their flyer delivered to our residence on the 16 of March 2010 regarding political yard signs. It reads in part, that residents have informed them that they are being pressured to display the Coalition Party yard signs, while defacing and/or removing the  PVP’s political signs. Nothing could be further from the truth.

If anyone from their following has, or as they say, witnessed the removal and/or defacement of any political yard signs, then, they are being less than truthful or it never happened. This is another absurd political tactic by the PVP.

If the “Peoples Voice Party believes in respecting the property of our residents” as they state on    their flyer. Why then, would they be asking us, the residents to display their political propaganda inside our Homes; after all as the saying goes, aren’t our homes supposed to be our castles?  Then, I believe that we should be spared their political drabble inside our homes. How disrespectful of the PVP.

Joe B. Egas

Concerned Village of Justice resident

4 Reasons Why I have Chose the Coalition Party of Justice

Rick Symonds– A dedicated public servant with experience spanning nearly 40 years through both the Village of Justice and our neighboring community of Bedford Park FireDepartments. Has an advanced degree in Fire Administration Management, Fire Prevention and Fire Science Technology. These are only some of his professional attributes.

Sue Small- Accomplished Operations Manager with over thirty years of  experience working with Fortune 500 companies. Her current responsibilities as well as her       experience as an independent business owner gives her the insight to understand business owners in The Village of Justice.

Ed Rusch Jr.– Ed has a long record of public service in the Village of Justice municipal government including service as a Trustee from 1989 to 1981, as Mayor from 1991 to 1997, and as Village Treasurer from 2007 to 2009. His vast experience will be an asset to our village government.

Richard Sparr- Rich has been a respected resident in the Village of Justice for over 30 years. He has served on the Village of Justice Fire department for 26 years rising to the rank of Lieutenant. He is certified as a fire and arson investigator and Hazardous Materials Technician. Richie has served the Vllage of Justice as Mayor and as Trustee.

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