Judicial Candidate Lou Panici Receives Endorsement from Local Faith Leaders

Judicial Candidate Lou Panici Receives Endorsement from Local Faith Leaders
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Judicial Candidate Lou Panici Receives Endorsement from Local Faith Leaders (Chicago Heighs, IL) — To add to his long list of endorsements from labor unions, business groups, area leaders, and political organizations, Luciano “Lou” Panici, who is running for Judge in the 15th Subcircuit (Demacopoulos vacancy) in the quickly approaching Democratic Primary Election, has received the endorsement of Concerned Clergy of Bloom Township, a local organization of faith leaders who want to see a better, brighter future for Bloom Township.

This endorsement adds to Panici’s growing list of impressive endorsements, which include the Democrats of Bloom Township, Bloom Township Democratic Committeeperson Monica Gordon, Bloom Township Supervisor TJ Somer, Rich Township Democratic Committeeperson Calvin Jordan, Orland Township Democratic Committeeperson Beth Kirkwood, Bremen Township Democratic Committeeperson Vernard Alsberry, Jr., Lemont Township Democratic Committeeperson Kevin Ameriks, Senator Michael Hastings (D-Frankfort), Senator Patrick Joyce (D-Essex), IL Rep. Anthony DeLuca (D-Chicago Heights), and more. He also hold endorsements from the mayors of Chicago Heights, South Chicago Heights, Steger, Glenwood, Park Forest, Richton Park, Markham, and Matteson. Other organizations that have also thrown their weight in Panici’s race are the Chicago Federation of Labor (CFL), the Chicago-Southland Black Chamber of Commerce, and the Italian-American Political Coalition.

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Judicial Candidate Lou Panici Receives Endorsement from Local Faith Leaders

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