|RoundTable Editorial: We Encourage Voters NOT to Vote for Gong-Gershowitz|
On March 7, the Evanston RoundTable posted an editorial in which we opined that people should hesitate to vote for Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz, one of five candidates for State Representative of the 17th District. Due to intervening events, we are now encouraging people not to vote for her.
|Chow Says Mailing Supporting Gong-Gershowitz Not Paid for by New Trier Democratic Organization|
Residents of the 17th District have been deluged with campaign materials sent by the Candance Chow campaign, and the Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz campaign, and/or their supporters.
|Reports of Person With a Gun at Emerson/Maple Was Hoax|
Police are now saying that the call they received at about 2:30 p.m. that a graduate student had shot his girlfriend in a Northwestern University dormitory was a hoax.
Updated at 5:52 p.m. on March 14
|Daniel Biss Statement as Gun Bills Pass Senate|
Daniel Biss released the following statement as the Senate passed HB1465 to raise the age to buy assault weapons to 21, HB1467 to ban bump stocks and trigger cranks, and HB1468 to require cooling off periods for assault weapon purchases.
|Kits B-ball Moves to Final Four|
This win was for Nojel --- and Malcolm --- and Elyjah and Chris and all of the seniors on one of the best teams in Evanston’s basketball history, who couldn’t quite get the job done last year but showed the younger players how to compete at a higher level.
|IEA Tells Chow Campaign to Stop Using its Logo|
In the letter, James P. Nally, an attorney for IEA, said it was brought to his client’s attention that a recent flyer from the Candance Chow campaign includes a logo of the IEA.