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Update / Naperville Park District Commissioner announces run for Illinois State Rep

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Above, Update Aug. 16, 2022 / Flanked by State Rep. Jim Durkin (82-R) at the podium , State Senator John Curran (41-R), former City Councilman Kevin Coyne, and dozens of supporters on Aug. 16, 2022, Rich Janor announced his campaign for the Illinois State Representative race to serve the 41st District (R) in Springfield. 

Supporters of Rich Janor for State Representative assembled in front of the Naperville Municipal Center just prior to 2PM Tues., Aug. 16, when his campaign was officially launched.

FYI / Rich Janor received his Bachelor’s degree with Cum Laude honors from the University of Notre Dame. Rich and Rhonda reside in Naperville and have three school-aged children. Janor’s campaign for State Representative is dedicated to a safer and more prosperous future for his children and all Illinois families.

Update, Aug. 15, 2022 / According to a report from Safe Suburbs USA, Rich Janor is being appointed to replace Jennifer Taylor in the race for District 41, one of Naperville’s State Representative seats. Currently, Janor serves as a Naperville Park District Commissioner. Minority House Leader Jim Durkin (82nd District) and others will be speaking on Janor’s behalf at the Naperville Municipal Center beginning at 2PM Tues., Aug. 16.  

Naperville City Councilwoman Taylor withdraws from run for Illinois State Rep

Pictured here to help recognize 2022 Earth Day during the Naperville City Council meeting on April 19, Councilwoman Jennifer Bruzan Taylor this week has announced she is withdrawing from the Illinois State Representative race to serve the 41st District (R) in Springfield. Councilwoman Taylor intends to remain on the Naperville City Council where her first term expires in May 2025.

Original Post, Aug. 5, 2022 / Due to recent personal family matters, Jennifer Bruzan Taylor announced today that she is withdrawing from the race for State Representative in the 41st District.

In a written statement, Councilwoman Jennifer Bruzan Taylor announced her plan.

“My focus at this time needs to be on the health of my family, and the rigors involved in running an effective campaign will not allow that to happen,” Taylor wrote.

“Many people say their family comes first. My decision backs up my words with action. This was a tough decision, but one that needed to be made.”

She continued, “I want to thank all those who helped and supported me in this campaign. There is still much work to be done here in Naperville in keeping our children and community safe, as well as growing our economy, and I will continue to dedicate myself to these issues as a Naperville City Councilwoman.”

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