Illinois Women for Hillary

 Jan Schakowsky, the US Congresswoman from the 9th Congressional District was the key organizer. She invited number of public officials, who play significant role on the national level, in Illinois, in Chicago and in Cook County to speak during the rally.


 Jan Schakowsky

 Among the speakers were: Robin Kelly, Congresswoman,  Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle; Sen. Carol Ronen, Sen. Heather Steans, Rep. Kelly Cassidy, Mayor Liz Tisdahl, Commissioner Debra Shore, Commissioner Bridget Gainer, Rep. Sara Feigenholtz, Rep. Laura Fine, and Committeewoman Laura Murphy.

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan

These women leaders represent different races: white, African American, Latino.

They expressed strong support for Hillary in her race for the United States President.
Anita Alvarez, Cook county State Attorney’s Office is the first Latina holding this office.
She expressed her strong support for Hillary Clinton.

There was also a group of Hillary Clinton classmates from elementary and Main East and Main South High Schools who know Hillary Clinton for over 50 years. They shared about Hillary leadership abilities since they met her in the 6th grade.

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle

Illinois women felt offended by number of statements from GOP candidates about women and want to defend their candidate and the rights of women in Chicago, Illinois and all over the country.
Some of the participants at the Rally for Hillary expressed willingness to volunteer for candidate in Illinois and to support her in other states as well.

Anita and Andrew Mikolajczyk

Lisa Madigan, Illinois Attorney General, has noticed that there were at least 40. strong arguments mentioned in the speeches in the Rally for Hillary to elect her as the President of the United States.   The strongest are: her competency as the attorney, former First Wife of the United States, former Senator from NJ, former Secretary of States. She has excellent educational background as well.


Her supporters in Illinois want to elect first woman as the President of the United States.
 Hillary Diane Rodham was born on October 26, 1947, at Edgewater Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. She was raised first in Chicago and then, from the age of three, in suburban Park Ridge, Illinois

@ Andrew (Andrzej) Mikolajczyk