Please Note: There Are Two Aldermen-At_Large For The City of Aurora; I Am One Of Them

I Am Supporting Ron Woerman to Join Me On The Aurora City Council. There Are Two Alderman-at-Large positions on the Aurora City Council. I hold one of the seats and I hope you will vote on or before April 6th to have Ron to join me. Learn more about Ron at

If you voted early, thank you! If you are planning to vote April 6th and I hope you will, I hope you knew or know that there are TWO Alderman-at-Large positions on the Aurora City Council. I hold one of the positions since I received a four year term in 2019 from you, the voters. The other Alderman-at-Large position is currently held by Robert (Bob) O'Connor who announced last year that after 36 years he WOULD NOT be running to serve another term. Therefore, his seat is being contested by three candidates for the April 6th election. Let me be clear: None of the three candidates running for the open seat being vacated by Bob O'Connor are running AGAINST me. I am not up for re-election. I felt after conversations with a number of Aurora residents that I had to clarify what is occurring during this election cycle. Now, with that clarified, let me inform you that I am supporting Ron Woerman to fill the other Alderman-at-Large position being vacated by the retiring Bob O'Connor. Of the three candidates running for the open seat, I believe Ron Woerman will be an outstanding addition to the Aurora City Council. He is a business person, co-owning two restaurants in Aurora: O'Malley's Pub & Eatery (701 Hill Avenue) and Spartan House (1032 Prairie Street) and an active participant in Aurora civic scene. He and other Aurora area residents are involved in the re-development of the former Copley Hospital site. With Aurora poised to achieve big economic development projects over the next four years, we need Ron to join the City Council and with Mayor Richard Irvin make developments happen for a "Quality of Life That We All Can Believe In." Ron has been champion for Aurora for quite sometime. He knows what it takes to get economic development deals done and understands what businesses need to be successful. Mayor Irvin has endorsed him, and we hope that you will vote to elect Ron Woerman as Alderman-at-Large on April 6th. Sincerely, Sherman L. Jenkins

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