Opportunity Race: RPAC postcards advocate for Dalla Riva

Edwardsville residents received IAR RPAC postcards urging them to vote for REALTOR® Terri Dalla Riva for the Edwardsville School Board in the April 7 consolidated election.

The postcard lets voters know Dalla Riva will provide Edwardsville with a school board member who favors:

  • Reducing barriers to homeownership;
  • Keeping taxes low on working families;
  • Economic growth;
  • Support of small business; and
  • Protecting private property rights.

Dalla Riva is one of 13 individuals competing in April Opportunity Races in Illinois with IAR REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) support.

REALTORS® can make their votes count on April 7

One week from today, you can make sure your voice is heard by voting in the April 7 Illinois consolidated elections.

But if that date isn’t convenient for you, you can still participate by using early voting through Saturday (April 4). Through the early voting process, registered voters can cast a ballot prior to Election Day without explaining why. Get more information from the Illinois Board of Elections.

Remember, REALTOR®-friendly candidates are counting on your support.

Opportunity Race: RPAC urges vote for Chiles

Residents of Springfield’s 10th Ward received IAR RPAC postcards urging them to vote for Past IAR President and REALTOR® Phil Chiles for the Springfield City Council in the April 7 consolidated election.

The postcards let voters know Chiles will provide Springfield with an alderman who favors:

  • Reducing barriers to homeownership;
  • Keeping taxes low on working families;
  • Economic growth;
  • Support of small business; and
  • Protecting private property rights.

Chiles is one of 13 individuals competing in April Opportunity Races in Illinois with IAR REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) support. He has also received support by independent expenditures from the Illinois Association of REALTORS® Fund. Independent expenditures are made in support of candidates , but without coordination with the candidate’s campaign.

Opportunity Race: RPAC postcards go to bat for Henry

Carbondale residents received IAR RPAC postcards urging them to vote Mike Henry for mayor in the April 7 consolidated election.

The postcard lets voters know Henry will provide Carbondale with a mayor who favors:

  • Reducing barriers to homeownership;
  • Keeping taxes low on working families;
  • Economic growth;
  • Support of small business; and
  • Protecting private property rights.

Henry is one of 13 individuals competing in April Opportunity Races in Illinois with IAR REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) support.

Opportunity Race: RPAC postcards back Hale

East Alton residents received IAR RPAC postcards asking them to vote for REALTOR® Allen Hale as a village trustee in the April 7 consolidated election.

The postcard lets voters know Hale will provide East Alton with a village trustee who favors:

  • Reducing barriers to homeownership;
  • Keeping taxes low on working families;
  • Economic growth;
  • Support of small business; and
  • Protecting private property rights.

Hale is one of 13 individuals competing in April Opportunity Races in Illinois with IAR REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) support.