Although this is a true gamechanger for the election, our campaign will continue to be vigilant. We will continue to canvass, make phone calls, and keep the momentum going to demonstrate our commitment to the citizens of District 4 and to foster the largest voter turnout possible. The work will continue!
Congratulations to my fellow Richwoods Knight alumni Stephen Kouri II for his appointment to the Illinois Human Rights Commission. I wish him the best and know he will continue to do great things.
Via WCBU, Peoria Public Radio
All Roads lead to April 6th:
Joe Deacon reviews the 3 candidates seeking Peoria's open District 4 Council Seat:
District 4 City Council Candidates answer survey questions from citizens of District 4:
Chris Kaergard from the Journal Star writes about Allen's candidacy announcement and Allen's message to Peoria.
Joe Deacon of WCBU writes about Allen's reasoning for running for the District 4 chair.
As chairman of the city's Advisory Committee on Police-Community Relations, Andre gives his input on accountability and community.
The Methodist College administrator was a sharp, informed, appealing candidate. He used social media well and truly ran a city-wide campaign.
Here’s hoping this is not the last we’ve seen of Allen, who brings some much-needed youth to the proceedings.
25 News gives readers an overview of previous election results on candidates who received enough votes to continue in the election.
Andre was selected out of more than 150 nominations, as one of Greater Peoria’s top leaders—a member of the 2018 class of 40 Leaders Under Forty sponsored by InterBusiness Issues Magazine(IBI):