February 25, 2019

City of Chicago Municipal Election – Voting Information

Commissioner Bill Lowry would like to share with 3rd District residents: Early Voting ends on Monday, February 25.Hours vary, with most early voting locations ending at 5pm, and seven “permanent sites” ending at 7pm. Early Voting locations/times can be found here: https://chicagoelections.com/en/early-voting.html Election Day Voting on Tuesday, February 26 will be from 6am – 7pm.To check your registration and find …

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February 25, 2019

FYI: Cook County Application for 2019 Community Development Block Grant & Emergency Solutions Grant Programs are now available

Commissioner Bill Lowry would like to share with 3rd District Residents: The 2019 CDBG applications and related materials are now available on the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development website. Materials for the ESG program will be published shortly. They can be found by going to: https://www.cookcountyil.gov/content/grant-applicants-cdbg-esg Applications are due by 4:00pm on Friday, March 29, 2019.

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February 20, 2019

Join us for a Certification Bootcamp!

Are you interested in learning how to obtain a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Women Business Enterprise (WBE), or Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) certification? Come join me and the Chicago Urban League for this Certification Bootcamp:Date: March 5, 2019 Time: 9am – 12pmLocation: Chicago Urban League, 4510 S. Michigan Ave.

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February 18, 2019

Resource: Property Tax Appeal

The 3rd District County Commissioner office put together this resource for our residents to best understand how to file an appeal for their Property Taxes: bit.ly/3rdtaxappealresource This resource helps:-Residents who are looking to file an appeal for their Property Tax-Seniors who are looking to file their annual appeal for their Property Tax-Seniors who are looking to file a Property Tax Freeze …

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November 6, 2018

Bill Lowry victory on November 6!

Bill Lowry was declared the winner of the race for Cook County Commissioner, 3RD District. “The happy ending of this campaign is just the beginning of the real work. I cannot rest until we secure health, safety, prosperity and justice for the 3rd District residents and all of Cook County,” Lowry said. This was the first campaign for Lowry, who …

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March 21, 2018

Victory in the March 20 Primary!

We share this victory because we share a vision for Cook County. I entered this race believing that we who live here should be both safe and healthy in our current situations and optimistic about our future. Now, the primary race is a victory, but the work is not yet finished. As we move forward, my resolve is stronger because …

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December 29, 2017

Cook County Board candidates Lowry & Degnen, a former football pro turned barrister, the Newtown legacy and more in the last LFO of 2017!

Cook County Board candidates Bill Lowry & Bridget Degnen join the show to discuss their candidacies for the 3rd & 12th Districts. Executive Director of Safe and Sound Michele Gay discusses the Newtown legacy and her organization’s mission to ensure a safe learning environment for our youth. Lawyer and former professional football player Jock Climie discusses his transition from athletics …

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December 29, 2017

3rd District Cook County Commissioner Candidate William “Bill” Lowry

Mary L. Datcher, Chicago Defender Sr. Staff Writer Posted December 27, 2017 When 16-year old Hadiya Pendleton was shot and killed ten feet from William Lowry’s home in 2013, it created a ripple effect throughout his household and throughout the Kenwood community. Little did he know, her death would open up his eyes to the reality of violence that plagues …

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December 12, 2017

Bill Lowry seeks to become the next Cook County Commissioner of the 3rd District

Bill Lowry, a prominent attorney and anti-youth violence advocate filed more than eight times the needed signatures to become the next Cook County Commissioner of the 3rd District—a seat expected to be vacated by Jerry “The Iceman” Butler. The district includes Bronzeville, Woodlawn, the Gold Coast, Downtown Chicago and parts of Chatham, Woodlawn, West Englewood and South Shore. Lowry, who …

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