Monday, November 24, 2014


Photos of Amara meeting and greeting Rogers Park residents, being introduced by 49th Ward Aldermanic candidate Don Gordon, taken at the 2014 Glenwood Arts Fest.

Mayoral Candidate Dr. Amara Enyia Officially Files Petitions for the 2015 Municipal Election

After months of campaigning, mayoral candidate Dr. Amara Enyia will stand with supporters to submit her petitions today for the 2015 municipal election. As the most unconventional of the declared candidates, she has amassed significant support from all sides of the city with her grassroots campaign.
“Today is the culmination of months of hard work on a campaign that will change the landscape of politics in Chicago,” Dr. Enyia said. “This campaign reflects a new type of leadership that is diverse, passionate, independent, and driven by innovative ideas."
So far, the campaign has been endorsed by Northside Democracy for America, Southside Democracy for America, the Justice Party and the Veterans Party of Illinois.
“Chicagoans want a strong, independent voice – someone not beholden to special interests or tainted by politics as usual," Enyia said. "Chicagoans are tired of the same players and their stale ideas that have only held the city back. The people want new energy, new voices and new ideas that can move us forward. It’s time Chicago has leadership that actually represents not just our today, but also our tomorrow."
Amara will be joined by supporters at 3:00pm today at the Board of Elections at 69 W. Washington for the official filing.

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