This event will be held in the Cantigny Park McCormick House.
Meet at the Visitor Center and you will be shuttled to the McCormick House.
About this program:
The cost of Illinois elections is officially on the rise. With a significant number of House and Senate races above $4 million last year, and the Gubernatorial election topping $100 million already, there’s never been a more important time to talk about money in politics in our state. This conversation will include practical tools for keeping up with the fast-paced world of political money in Illinois, and an extended audience question and answer period so that you can prepare yourself for what’s to come in 2018.
About the presenter:
Sarah Brune is the Executive Director of the Illinois Campaign for Political Reform, a nonpartisan 501(c)3 nonprofit organization advocating government transparency, ethics, and accountability in Illinois.
ICPR is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization serving the voters of Illinois. ICPR’s mission is to initiate reforms and promote public participation in government, address the role of money in politics, and encourage integrity, accountability, and transparency in government.
Space is limited to 100 guests. To register, please go to http://www.wheatonlwvil.org