Will County Board Member Endorses Candidate Ryan M. Alm for Illinois House of Representatives District 86
Ryan M. Alm, Candidate for Illinois House of Representatives - District 86, announces new endorsement from a respected female leader in the Will County Community, Board Member and Commissioner of Will County, Ms. Suzanne Hart.
Ms. Suzanne Hart is a Will County Board Member and has been a member of the Board of Commissioners since 2010. She serves on the Land Acquisition Committee for the Forest Preserve District. Ms. Hart Also serves on the County Board's Judicial, Land Use & Development and Public Health & Safety Committees.
In addition, Ms. Hart is a former Naperville Park District President and Commissioner, a member of the Naperville Junior Woman's Club and served in its ways and means committee and was a Wheatland Township Precinct Committeewoman.
"I am honored to have the endorsement of this respected Will County leader," said Candidate Alm. "As a business professional, county leader and a mother of three, Ms. Hart recognizes my 15+ years of business and legal experience and my respect for women's issues in our society and our need to have strong economic leadership in District 86."
The race for Illinois House of Representatives, for District 86, comprises the areas of Joliet, Crest Hill, Rockdale, Elwood and Channahon. Candidate Ryan M. Alm is a 40-year-old/life-time resident of Will County, who is currently running for the District 86 House Seat. Alm claims he is the only Candidate who is Constitutionally allowed on the November Ballot, as a Candidate who has: Constitutionally filed the required number of petition signatures, was elected in the Primary Elections of March 2012, and, is not appointed to the position by a bureaucrat. Alm claims he is a Candidate that has followed the letter of the law throughout the entire elections season, which should give citizens confidence that there is a better choice available for them in the November Elections.
Candidate Alm continues on to state "Ms. Hart recognizes that what we need in our District is 'partnership' with business, as she states that 'we need to encourage the growth of area business and spur the creation of new jobs. That includes offering incentives to businesses planning to relocate in Will County, and, providing an environment that is conducive to business growth,' and I can't agree more."
Candidate Alm lastly states, "I am humbled that Ms. Hart has such confidence in my abilities as the next District 86 House Representative. Like Ms. Hart, I too am a parent of three children, I am a business professional with previous corporate management experience at S&P-500 Corporation (Sprint PCS) and I have been fighting hard for jobs in Will County's District 86. I thank Ms. Hart for her support and pledge to work hard for all Will County citizens."