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''b. March 2, 1964''
 
''b. March 2, 1964''
  
'''Illinois, [[State Representative]] (1996-)'''<br>
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'''Cook County, 12th District Commissioner (2010-)'''<br>
'''Chicago, 32nd Ward Democratic Committeeman (2008-)'''
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'''Illinois, State Representative (1996-2010)'''<br>
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'''Chicago, 32nd Ward Democratic Committeeman (2008-2012)'''
  
[http://egov.cityofchicago.org:80/webportal/COCWebPortal/COC_ATTACH/32nd.pdf 32nd Ward Map]
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At the age of 32 John Fritchey was elected State Representative and was married to the daughter of one of Chicago's most powerful political families, the Bankses. As he made his way through Springfield, Fritchey was considered by many for some kind of greatness, it just hadn't become clear yet just what. He was a top fundraiser, made a Democratic Committeeman in 2008, hitting all the right marks.  
  
== Clout and Influence ==
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Then, somehow everything went sideways.
  
  
== Employment and Political History ==
 
  
Current [[Illinois House]] Committees:
 
* Financial Institutions
 
* Judiciary I - Civil Law (Chair)
 
* Registration & Regulation (Vice-Chair)
 
* Telecommunications
 
* Gaming
 
* Transportation & Motor Vehicles.
 
  
 
== Education ==
 
== Education ==
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== Important Political Events ==
 
== Important Political Events ==
* 1996, Elected State Representative, defeating Kevin Lamm, replacing [[Rod Blagojevich]]
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* 1996, Elected State Representative, defeating [[Kevin Lamm]], replacing [[Rod Blagojevich]]
 
* 2008, Elected 32nd Ward Democratic Committeeman, replacing [[Theris Gabinski]]
 
* 2008, Elected 32nd Ward Democratic Committeeman, replacing [[Theris Gabinski]]
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* 2009, Defeated for U.S. Congress by [[Mike Quigley]]
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* 2010, Elected Cook County Commissioner, replacing [[Forrest Claypool]]
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* 2012, Stepped down from 32nd Ward Democratic Committeeman, replaced by [[Scott Waguespack]]
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Fritchey<br>
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Fritchey<br>
http://www.fritchey.com/
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http://www.fritchey.com/<br>
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http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2009-01-11/news/0901100365_1_ald-rahm-emanuel-endorsement<br>
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http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-01-05/news/ct-met-chicago-ward-comitteeman-20120105_1_ameya-pawar-47th-ward-committeeman/2<br>
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http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-04-28/news/ct-met-hidden-cases-domestic-20130427_1_entire-case-files-court-system-judges<br>

Revision as of 20:16, 26 August 2015

John Fritchey

b. March 2, 1964

Cook County, 12th District Commissioner (2010-)
Illinois, State Representative (1996-2010)
Chicago, 32nd Ward Democratic Committeeman (2008-2012)

At the age of 32 John Fritchey was elected State Representative and was married to the daughter of one of Chicago's most powerful political families, the Bankses. As he made his way through Springfield, Fritchey was considered by many for some kind of greatness, it just hadn't become clear yet just what. He was a top fundraiser, made a Democratic Committeeman in 2008, hitting all the right marks.

Then, somehow everything went sideways.



Education

  • 1986, University of Michigan, B.A., Economics
  • 1989, Northwestern University, J.D.

Important Political Events

Sources

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Fritchey
http://www.fritchey.com/
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2009-01-11/news/0901100365_1_ald-rahm-emanuel-endorsement
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-01-05/news/ct-met-chicago-ward-comitteeman-20120105_1_ameya-pawar-47th-ward-committeeman/2
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-04-28/news/ct-met-hidden-cases-domestic-20130427_1_entire-case-files-court-system-judges