Care about your privacy online? Me too. Governor Rauner does not. If you send me to Springfield, I will stand in support of consumer privacy.
"The private online information of Illinoisans took a major hit today after Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner rejected House Bill 3449, the Geolocation Privacy Protection Act. Had it been signed into law, this historic piece of legislation would have provided transparency by requiring corporations that collect, use or sell Illinoisans’ geolocation information from their mobile devices to obtain their consent before tracking them." More information on both sides of this issue by clicking this link. https://capitolfax.com/…/rauner-vetoes-geolocation-privacy…/
March 20, 2018 General Primary Election
The General Primary Election will be held Tuesday, March 20, 2018.
Illinois Nurses Association (INA) endorses Cynthia "Cindy" Cunningham for 2018 Primary Election
Cynthia "Cindy" Cunningham has earned the endorsement of the Illinois Nurses Association (INA) for the 2018 Primary Election for her support of issues affecting professional nurses in Illinois.
Teamsters Joint Council No. 25 Endorses Cynthia for the 2018 Primary Election and commends her for her outstanding commitment to working families.
AFSCME Illinois endorses Cynthia "Cindy" Cunningham for
State Representative 104th District.
Illinois Federation of Teachers Endorsement
The Illinois Federation of Teachers endorses Cynthia "Cindy" Cunningham for the
March 20, 2018 primary.
8:10 104 th Illinois House: Cynthia Cunningham;
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February 12, 2018 Primary contests
March 7, 2018
Rantoul Township High School Cafetorium
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January 25, 2018
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Cunningham Announces Candidacy for State Representative, 104th District
ROYAL, Ill. – Long-time senior advocate, Cynthia "Cindy" Cunningham, announced her candidacy for state representative for Illinois House District 104 on Thursday at a meet-and-greet with local labor leaders, elected officials and other community members.
“During Governor Rauner’s two-year budget crisis, the lives of the state’s most vulnerable citizens were used as a political tool by the governor and his anti-working-family allies to push an agenda that would destroy the middle-class,” said Cunningham. “As a direct result of their refusal to compromise, women were unable to access life-saving breast and cervical cancer screenings, home-bound seniors were unable to receive meals, and people with disabilities were unable to access vital care. I am running for state representative because the people of my community deserve someone who will stand up to these billionaire, corporate bosses and their allies.”
During the governor’s two-year budget crisis, Cunningham advocated on behalf of seniors who lost services and the providers who continued serving those seniors without payment. Her advocacy included working with the attorneys seeking fair treatment for Medicaid providers, serving on the steering committee of the Pay Now Illinois Coalition, and working with elected officials to urge them to pass an honest, balanced budget.
In addition to serving as a senior advocate, Cunningham has spent her life dedicated to public service as:
A volunteer firefighter/EMT-B for Ogden-Royal Fire Protection District;
A Sunday School teacher and church council member at St. John Lutheran Church in Royal;
A camp counselor at the Peacock Camp for Disabled Children;
The Director of Adult Day Care at Champaign County Nursing Home;
The President of Cobalt Creek Consulting and Management Services, which assists in the creation and management of businesses that provide home and community based services for seniors;
The President and Advocacy Chair at the Illinois Adult Day Services Association; and
The Legislative Chair at the Illinois Association of Community Care Program Home Care Providers.
“The people of the 104th House District deserve someone who will fight to ensure that they have a strong voice in Springfield that is willing to work across the aisle to protect the middle-class of Illinois,” said Cunningham. “The political games that the governor and his allies have been playing for three years have divided the state, in a time where we should instead be working together to repair the damage that has been done to the state’s social service infrastructure. By coming together, we can improve our state with policies that support both business and labor, all while providing students across the state with a fair education. I humbly ask the voters of the 104th House District to provide me with the opportunity to be that voice for them.”
Cunningham lives with her husband, Keith, a retired lieutenant with the Champaign County Sherriff’s Office. They have three children.
For more information, please contact Cunningham at 217-202-5450 or email ElectCindyCunningham@gmail.com.
I'm running for State Representative for the 104th Illinois House district to fight for our senior citizens, our working people, and our students.