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Will County Timeswww.limerickcommunications.comHappy Fall To you All! In This Issue Hometown News , 2-5 Sports ,8-12 County News , 9-12 Financially Savvy , 15 Round Up, 16-18 Election 2016 Kickoff, 19 Contact the Will County Times 130 Hamlet Circle Montgomery Illinois, 60538 630-551-8273 m Copyright 2015 Limerick Commu- nications

2 Will County TimesOur Town News check out the inside of the historic Quality Hill House to see where the Historical Society thinks the Un- derground Railroad may have hid- den their guests until they could be moved to the next safe haven. Hunger Action MonthRail Safety Week many as 20 trucks per hour will de- September is Hunger Action Month liver concrete to the work zone, and Plainfield is getting involvedThe State of Illinois has proclaimed with construction starting as early by hosting a food drive to helpSeptember 13-19 as Illinois Rail as 6 a.m. on some days and possi- benefit the local food pantries:Safety Week to promote vehicle bly lasting until 6 p.m. Nighttime Creekside Cares, Green Harvest,and pedestrian safety around rail- operations, including sawcutting and the Plainfield Area Interfaithroad tracks and trains. Enforce- of concrete pavement, are also an- Food Pantry. The Village, Plainfieldment details are planned at vari- ticipated during this time. Public Library, Plainfield Areaous railroad crossings around town Traffic will be detoured, with flag- Chamber of Commerce, and allthroughout the week and Police gers present, to Renwick Road and Plainfield School District 202Officers will be distributing litera- Route 59. Route 30 will be open to Schools will be accepting non-per-ture on rail safety. Details. local traffic to allow access to local ishable food donations from businesses and residences. This September 1-30.Paving to Begin on Route 30 detoured portion of the project be- The food pantries would appreci- tween Renwick Road and Illinois ate donations of the followingIDOT announced that paving work 59 will be completed by late items: oatmeal/cereal/cereal bars,associated with the ongoing recon- November. canned chicken, tuna, peanut but-struction and widening of Route 30 ter & jelly, pasta & pasta sauce,will take place between Renwick Historical Society Sale rice, dried beans, canned fruits &Road and Route 59 beginning, vegetables, macaroni & cheese, re-weather permitting, Friday, Find a \"treasure\" at the Plainfield duced sodium soup, hot chocolate,September 18. Historical Society's Yard Sale on and individual snacks (granolaIn order to complete the work, as September 18 & 19, from 9 am - 3 bars, fruit snacks, pudding, apple- pm, at the Quality Hill House, sauce, cookies, crackers, chips, 23718 W. Lockport Street. Visitors raisins, cheese & crackers). The can browse the sale items and pantries are also in need of paper products (tissues, toilet paper, pa- per towels) and personal care products (bar soap, shampoo, toothpaste). More details. Prescription Drug Take-Back Day The Police Department is partici- pating in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, September 26, from 10 a.m. - 2

Will County Times 3 Plainield Newsp.m. Residents can bring unused, ment will once again have the any identifying information fromexpired, or unwanted prescription pharmaceuticals drop box in the the prescription label. The servicedrugs to the Police Department, Police Department lobby. Resi- is free and anonymous.14300 S. Coil Plus Drive, for proper dents may dispose of unused or The Plainfield Police Departmentdisposal. More information. expired medication in its original will accept all solid dosage phar- container or by removing the med- maceutical products; we WILL NOTPharmaceutical Drop Box To Be ication from its container and dis- accept the following items: liquidReinstated posing of it directly into a disposal products, intravenous solutions, box located inside the Police De- injectable items, syringes or ther-Starting Monday, September 28, partment lobby. If an original con- mometers. More information.2015, the Plainfield Police Depart- tainer is submitted, please remove

4 Will County TimesPlainfield's How-To Fair: apps. Registration for the Fair is jects, craters on the moon, and ex-October 3-4 now open, so be sure to visit ploration of the universe. The for a com- Green Village Series is in partner-Expand your world this fall by plete list of workshops! There is ship with the Plainfield Public Li-learning something new during something for everyone! More de- brary District and the Village ofPlainfield's Inaugural How-To Fair, tails. Plainfield. Register online.October 3-4. In one interactive, fun,and informative weekend, you can Green Village Program - Coffee with the Mayor -engage in over 50 free and differ- Astronomy for Everyone October 14ent \"how-to workshops!\" Taughtby local experts and business own- The Green Village Series continues Please join Mayor Collins for coffeeers, learning opportunities range on Monday, October 12, at 7 pm, at and conversation on Wednesday,from how to tile a backsplash to the Plainfield Library. Discover the October 14, 2015 at 9 am at the Vil-smart travel; from home brewing universe with a sense of awe and lage Hall, 24401 W. Lockportto making greeting cards; and from wonder. All ages are welcome to Street. All residents are invited.holding an estate sale to making join Astrophysicist Kevin Manningthe most of your mobile phone for an expert's view on celestial ob- Metronet Survey Work Metronet Technologies is in the Vil- lage conducting survey work for the construction of a fiber network to provide Gigabit Internet, TV, and phone services. As part of the pro- cess, Metronet may need to access the utility easement adjacent to your property. Ash Tree Update The Public Works Department re- moved over 1,700 dead parkway Ash Trees over the past three months. We anticipate that stump grinding work will begin the week of September 1 and continue until early winter. Public Works is also preparing for this fall's planting program, over 600 new trees are slated for installation in Village parkways. The trees will generally be installed in areas where tree re- moval occurred last year. During the past three years, the Village has installed over 1,900 new park- way trees. Street Improvement Program Concrete removal and replace- ment is continuing as part of the Village's 2015 Street Improvement Program which includes two major

Will County Times 5resurfacing contracts throughout Beginning September 9 (new start November 30. Motorists can expectthe Village. Concrete work will con- date), a contractor will begin re- delays and should allow extra timetinue during the week of Septem- moving areas of concrete sidewalk for trips through this area. Driversber 7th. The first contract, funded and curb at various locations are urged to pay close attention tothrough the Illinois Motor Fuel Tax, throughout the Village. Areas to be flaggers and signs in the workincludes 135th Street (West Nor- removed and replaced have been zones, obey the posted speed lim-man Greenway to Route 30), Coil marked with pink paint. Residents its, and be on the alert for workersPlus Drive (south of 143rd Street), should mark underground sprin- and equipment.Feeney Drive, and the Parkview kler heads or buried electric fencesMeadows subdivision and has that are adjacent to concrete re- Route 30 Reconstructionbeen substantially completed. The moval and replacement areas tosecond contract, Village funded, in- minimize the possibility of Route 30 is closed to ALL west-cludes River Road, Michigan Street, damage. The project is expected to bound traffic between RenwickBartlett Avenue, Dillman Street, be completed by October 30, 2015. Road and Route 59. Drivers willCenter Street, Evans Street, Amboy need to use the posted detourStreet, Hartong Street, Miles Av- Upgrades at Lockport Street, route which utilizes Renwick Road.enue, Park Avenue, Lakeside Court, Meadow Lane Eastbound Route 30 is open to LO-Ottawa Street (Route 59 to Miles CAL traffic only from Route 59 toAvenue), and various alleys. All Work is underway at the intersec- Howard. The eastbound lane is re-work is expected to be completed tion of Lockport Street (Illinois 126) duced to 10'6\".by October 23, 2015. and Meadow Lane. The intersec- tion will be resurfaced and new Project Information: IDOT hasConcrete Curb and Sidewalk traffic signals will be installed and started reconstruction of Route 30.Program activated to control traffic. The Between I-55 and Renwick Road, project will be complete by the typical section will be a 5-lane

6 Will County Timeshighway. From Renwick Road to the 25th anniversary of the Plain- fall on a refuse collection day willRoute 59, a 3-lane section will be field Tornado. cause collection to be delayed bybuilt. The project is expected to be one day for the remainder of thecompleted by Summer 2017. Mo- Office Closures week. In 2015, refuse collectiontorists can expect delays and will be delayed due to the follow-should allow extra time for travel. The Village Offices will be closed ing holidays:Drivers are urged to pay close at- Wednesday, November 11 Labor Day (Monday, September 7)tention to flaggers and signs in the (Veteran's Day); Thursday, Novem- - Pickup will be delayed by one daywork zones, obey the posted speed ber 26-Friday, November 27 all week.limits, and be on the alert for work- (Thanksgiving); and Thursday, De-ers and equipment. cember 24-Friday, December 25 Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, (Christmas). November 26) - Pickup will be de-Chat with the Chiefs layed by one day for residents with Refuse Collection Reminder Thursday collection only.On Wednesday, October 28, at 7 Christmas Day (Friday, Decemberpm, join Chief Riddle of the Plain- Waste Management holidays that 25) - Will not change pickup infield Fire District, Chief Veseling of Plainfield.the Oswego Fire District, and ChiefKonopek of the Plainfield PoliceDepartment for \"Chat with theChiefs\" community meeting at thePlainfield Fire District Headquar-ters. Attendees will learn moreabout the happenings within thePlainfield Fire and Ambulance De-partments, the Oswego Fire De-partment, the Plainfield Police De-partment, and the Plainfield Emer-gency Management Agency.Police Department SurveyThe Police Department is lookingfor your feedback! Please take amoment to complete the PlainfieldPolice Department Citizen Survey.Now on Display at Village HallWhen visiting Village Hall, be sure www.funintheburbs.comto check out the HistoricalSociety's exhibit on the 1990 torna-do. The Village has partnered withmembers of the Plainfield Histori-cal Society and Historic Preserva-tion Commission who will be shar-ing their fascinating collectionswith the community. Many thanksto Sue Hasenyager and the Plain-field Historical Society for settingup and sharing this collection ofphotos and artifacts in honor of

Will County Times 7Yard Waste Pickup nal yard waste collection date. Yard waste collection will resumeYard waste collection has resumed. in April 2016.Please make sure that all yardwaste (brush, grass clippings, and Calling All Homeownersleaves) is properly packaged in Associationskrat yard waste bags and/or aWaste Management yard waste If you are the president or manage-cart. Branches must be tied in 4 ment company for a HOA, pleasefoot bundles weighing 50 pounds email us your contact informationor less. Please note: sod, trees, (name, address, phone, & e-mailstumps, dirt, stones, and land- address). That way, we can providescape brick/pavers are not accept- information on meetings for home-ed as yard waste. owners associations and advanceThe last day for yard waste pickup notice regarding work that isis Monday, November 30 for resi- scheduled to occur in your subdivi-dents with Monday pickup; sion.Wednesday, December 2 for resi-dents with Wednesday pickup; andThursday, December 3 for resi-dents with Thursday pickup.Leaves are considered yard wasteand are not an exception to the fi-

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10 Will County TimesCubs Beat games . An Incentive for him might be to audition for his next teamThe Cubs continue to soar high CY Young award. and possibly get a chance to go toholding an eight game lead in the the World Series.wild card series. The Pirates come Looking ahead this week, the Cubsto town to decide 2nd place in the have to continue to win games and So this week ahead the Pirates anddivision this week with a 4 game the Giants need to lose in order for the Cardinals come to town. This isset. The Cubs stand to move into the Cubs to clinch their post sea- the time for the Cubs to prove they2nd place or pick up some more son berth. They need to avoid in- are not this year's Cinderella.ground against the Pirates in the juries and continue to get theDivision, at this point it's just a bench to produce. Sterling Castropride factor. The Cubs offensive is an interesting X factor here be-continues to click with Rizzo and cause he has played subpar thisBryant each having stellar years. season and could make a differ-Pitching Jake Aurrietta continues ence if he can get back on track. Athis quest for the 20 game win sea- 25 he has some experience and hasson and bolsters his chances at the had success being in 2 All Star

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12 Will County TimesSox Beat by Kyle VeederSox season is the one that just Bad decisions all around and he iswon't end! There have been flash- responsible as President of thees of what could have been- and a franchise.lot of \"are you kidding me\" mo-ments so far. A team on paper that Reinsdorf is a winner and has sixshould be in the middle of the championships to prove his trackHunt in the Central Division in- record with the Bulls and Sox. Thestead find themselves 18 games Sox are his pride and joy and itsback looking down the Tigers who simple business has to come firstare in last place. before friendship As Sox fans all we can do is lobby for a better productThe Sox defeated the Athletics in on the field if ownership and man-extra innings giving fans some ex- agement t will do nothing to buildcitement- but beyond October 5th a contender then as fans we havewhat is the plan to revitalize this the choice of not following or justfranchise. With heavy contracts the go along to the funeral . If steps areSox are limited in what they can do not taken now this franchise willas far as trading away the veterans continue to fall until it hits rockfor younger players. The farm sys- bottom; at least we have two oftem is disorganized no real plan to the pall bearers ready to carry theget things back on track. cassette in Williams and Ventrua fans get your tickets here this isManager Robyn Ventura is a great something that is defiantly goingperson and a valued member of to happen.the Sox family but the truth is wehave not seen the production fromhim and the results this is a busi-ness decision he needs to go aterthe season. Kenny Williams is an-other member of the Sox familywho just has not produced either.

Will County Times 13Bears Report by Tim Flowers Venturing out into the world of En- trepreneurship is daunting to sayChicago Bears loss a tough season game plan. the very least. You have to have theopener to the Packers 31-23. Show- right mindset in order to take thating up with a new 3-4 scheme on Defensibly - Arron Rogers and the leap of faith. Your courageousnessdefense and a retooled Secondary Packers offensive did score 31 will get you started, but your abili-there were not allot of expecta- points but looking at this retooled ty to delegate your precious timetions for the Bears coming into this unit there are some positive things and resources will keep your busi-game. Packers coming off a 2014 to build on. ness afloat. There are a number ofcampaign that saw them make the Financial Considerations whenNFC championship game and be- Special Teams played well Robbie starting your own an onside kick away from the Gould became the all-time BearsSuper Bowl the odds were stacked leader in Scoring passing Kevinagainst the Bears. So do leave Butler. Return and punt coveragegame one in the John Fox era with was good. The Special teams didsome positive things to build on give the offense good field positioneven thou it was a loss is a change throughout the game.for a franchise that suffered one ofits worst season a year ago. On a whole this is a better Bears team with John fox at the helm aOn Offense Matt Forte and the of- more discipline squad that is tak-fensive line accounted for almost ing the field. Looking ahead the200 yards on the ground control- Bears have the Cardinals and theling the time of possession in the defense will be tested with Carson1st half. Forte also added some ad- Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald. Keysditional yards with three catches to look for will be the emergence ofout of the backfield. The line the tightened option with Bennetlooked good against a tough Pack- playing more of a role across theers Defense but the issue remains middle and Forte to have anotherRed Zone scoring when inside the 100, yard game; Defense look for a20 yard line. Jay Cutler did throw concentration on the Pass Rushan Interception but moved around and Jarrod Allen to be more of athe pocket well and managed the factor in this game.

14 Will County TimesWill County Walsh reported that the County dress our needs and the funding continues to maintain an AA+ bond that will be required.\"Executive Walsh rating due to the county's commit- ment to fiscal responsibility. He The drat budget will now be re-presents FY 2016 noted that the rating agencies viewed by the County Board who such as Standard & Poor's contin- has the next two months to ap-annual budget ue to commend the County on our prove a final budget before the stable fund balances, controlled start of the new fiscal year on De-Plans include maintaining expenditures, long term planning, cember 1, 2015.sound fiscal policies; updating and strong fiscal policies.county facilities \"I am proud of the cooperationAt today's Will County Board meet- from our elected officials and de-ing, County Executive Larry Walsh partment heads who have workedpresented his budget proposal for hard to live within our means andthe 2016 fiscal year. The budget still continue to advance criticalplan totals $482 million and in- projects,\" he said.cludes a corporate fund of $194million and special funds of $288 Walsh noted that the FY2016 bud-million. get again includes a five-year road and capital plan to address current\"This year's budget is balanced and on-going capital needs andand reflects Will County's strong fi- identifies dedicated revenuenancial base,\" Walsh said. \"The streams to fund these projects.budget I am recommending out-lines the next steps we must take \"Transportation investments re-to keep our county moving forward main the key to a successful futureon a sound fiscal path.\" in Will County,\" Walsh said. \"With the current projects outlined inWalsh noted this year's budget this year's budget, we must be re-proposal meets all of the County's sponsible in our spending to en-debt obligations and continues to sure a good transportation system,fund the required Other Post-Em- safe and efficient county facilities,ployment Benefits, or OPEB, at $2 and a successful county govern-million for 2015. He also recom- ment we can all be proud of.\"mended the county contribute onemillion dollars to the OPEB in 2016 Walsh also noted his continueddue to the significant reduction in support to construct a new judicialthe county's accrued liability of facility, but questioned the lack of$44 million. specifics thus far on funding this massive project.\"The recent revisions to the \"I understand the safety concerns,county's health insurance plan and along with the many inefficienciesongoing wellness programs have that exist in the existing courtresulted in a significant reduction house,\" said Walsh. \"However, Iin the long term costs to the coun- have serious concerns aboutty,\" Walsh said. \"This is a testa- where the funding will come fromment to our county employees for a new courthouse. I am confi-working together with our man- dent that the answer is out there,agement team and others to im- but we will need to work togetherprove our health care programs.\" creatively and thoughtfully to ad-

Will County Times 15Bertino- Senatorquired to complete an initial re- view of rules, regulations and pro-Tarrant’s small Bertino-cesses related to small businesses within one year of the legislation becoming law. Subsequent reviewsbusiness would take place every five years Tarrant Tothereater.legislation According to the Small Businesssigned into law Hold HiringAdministration, small businesses Fairemploy 48 percent of the private- sector labor force in Illinois. HB 3887 goes into effect on Jan- • Canadian National Railroad uary 1 of next year.SPRINGFIELD- Small businesses of-ten face too much red tape whendealing with the state.With HB 3887, which was signedinto law today, State Senator Jen-nifer Bertino-Tarrant (D-Shore-wood) hopes to make that processas efficient as possible and helpimprove the state's business cli-mate.\"Small businesses are the back-bone of our communities,\" Bertino-Tarrant said. \"This law is an impor-tant step in helping our businessowners cut through the unneces-sary red tape.\"HB 3887, which Bertino-Tarrantsponsored in the Senate, is de-signed to identify and eliminatestate regulations that are unrea-sonable or overly burdensome tosmall businesses.State agencies will now be re-

16 Will County Times Repair Work At Spencer Rd. Joliet Tid BitsRailroad CrossingThe Canadi- an National (CN) Railroad will be completing repairs to the Spencer Road railroad cross- Pedestrian Tunnel Will Be ing (located between Route Closed Beginning Monday, 52 and Briggs Street), begin- Sept. 14, 2015As part of the ning Tuesday, September 22, Union Pacific Railroad's work 2015, through Thursday, on the Heritage Corridor rail- September 24, 2015. road bridges near the Joliet • Joliet Fire Department Con- Gateway Center transporta- ducting Fourth Phase Of Its tion campus, the New Street Annual Hydrant TestingThe railroad viaduct pedestrian Joliet Fire Department will be tunnel, east of Chicago Street entering the fourth phase of and west of York Avenue, will its annual hydrant testing be- be closed for painting of the ginning Monday, September new tunnel beginning Mon- 21, 2015. day, September 14, 2015. • Sanitary Sewer Improve- ments On McClintock Rd. To Begin On Wednesday, Sept. 16Sanitary sewer improve- ments on McClintock Road, between the Lower Rock Run Dog Park and the Channahon Community Park, will begin Wednesday, September 16, 2015 • New Street Railroad Viaduct

Will County Times 17 Financially SAVVY by Erin Doepel1. \"What will my business cost nancial items I should know time and resources to profession-me?\" about my business?\" als who will watch-out for your well-being. Find a trustworthy taxStart-up capital is crucial, especial- There are many financial items advisor, bookkeeper, insurancely if you don't have another in- business owners should know, but provider, assistant, financial advi-come stream to support your three specific items are particularly sor, etc. These key members arelifestyle while launching your busi- important: 1) Cash Reserves, 2) crucial to your business advisoryness. You need to design a budget Taxes & Deductions for Businesses, team. If you would like furtherthat finances your marketing, tech- 3) Benefits & Financial Manage- guidance or a more in-depth looknology, education, and innovation ment. Every business should have at your business' financial consid-needs. Plus, you'll need enough a Cash Reserve they can utilize in a erations, please contact me atsavings to provide an income for a downward market. I would suggest [email protected] or more. Why? Because busi- at least 6 months to a year of busi- or 630-579-3807.nesses are rarely profitable in their ness expenses; that includes bills,first year since nearly every dollar debt payments, salaries, training, REMEMBER: Your business is aneeds to be reinvested in business technology, etc. It's important for unique investment of passion,development. an entrepreneur to understand the sweat, and capital. Save deductions and credits their busi- religiously, plan diligently, and del-Most entrepreneurs miss this step, ness can utilize; plus, there are egate effectively.and it almost inevitably results in specific tax accounting rules andexhausted resources and burnt-out quarterly assessments that busi- Raymond James & Associates, Inc.,individuals. They spend money ness owners can automate in order Member New York Stock Exchange/launching their business and then to avoid penalties. When starting SIPC. Views expressed in this articleuse the proceeds to pay them- your business, it's best to consult are the current opinion of the au-selves right away instead of invest- with a tax advisor. Lastly, en- thor, but not necessarily of Ray-ing in their business. Using the ini- trepreneurs and business owners mond James & Associates. The au-tial proceeds to further support the must seek guidance on their bene- thor's opinions are subject tobusiness will result in a more sus- fits and financial management. change without notice.tainable approach and a more sta- There are many benefits programsble business model. If you're an that are tax incentivized for busi-entrepreneur and need to take ness owners, and it can help retainsome of the income for yourself, employees. Also, regardless of thethen use just a portion of the in- business' success or failure, youcome while reinvesting the rest in are still going to retire eventually;development and improvements. so it's best to utilize the resources available to you as a business own- er by setting up an employer-spon- sored plan. 3. \"How do I manage all this 'stuff' while running a business?\"2. \"What are some important fi- It's simple: delegate. Allocate your

18 Will County TimesWill County to Will County is a great step for- Walsh. \"This was largely due to the ward as we continue to improve inability of many of our residentsReceives Grant to coordination of services among to get from one area to another if several communities across the they did not own their ownSupport county. Safe, accessible, reliable vehicle.\" transportation is critical to pre- In 2010, Will County received anParatransit serving quality of life for some of RTA planning grant to conduct a our most vulnerable residents. We countywide inventory of servicesServices are fortunate to receive this grant that were available and also study to help maintain this service.\" ways transit services could be im-JOLIET - Will County has received a proved. Following this successful$139,261 grant from the Northeast- Through a partnership between effort, Will County received a sec-ern Illinois Agency on Aging in sup- Will County, Pace Bus, and town- ond RTA grant that contributedport of the Will-Ride transit pro- ships in eastern and central Will funds toward expanding services ingram. According to Will County Ex- County, more than 900 trips are the townships of eastern Willecutive Larry Walsh, this grant will provided to local residents each County. The longer term goal is tohelp fund the paratransit services month. This service is critical to give residents in all areas of theavailable to the elderly, disabled, this region because currently there county access to existing fixedand low-income residents in Will are limited services available. Will route rail and bus lines, along withCounty. County has increased the transit expanded access to jobs, health options in these underserved areas care and other venues throughout\"We have been working for a num- through a coordinated effort. the region.ber of years to improve transit ser-vices to underserved areas of Will \"For too long, residents in eastern \"I want to thank the NortheasternCounty,\" said Walsh. \"The an- Will County felt disconnected from Illinois Agency on Aging for recog-nouncement of these grants funds other parts of Will County,\" said nizing the needs of our residents,\" said Walsh. \"These funds will help us build on our success with a larg-

Will County Times 19er Will-Ride effort. This will give icon of America for the past 30 the top and in your face.our residents an opportunity to get years He is no stranger to scandalout of their homes and get to med- remember his first divorce from Over on the Democratic side twoical appointments, shopping trips, Ivana at the time it was the most very different people are emergingand enjoy other important visits expensive in New York state Hillary Clinton former first lady,that keep people healthy and hap- history. How did they respond to senator from New York and Secre-py.\" the controversy he made a pizza tary of State is making her 2nd bid commercial. Take his second di- ater being edged out but a young vorce to Marla that made some Senator from Illinois. Then you have Bernie Sanders who is draw- ing a crowd as an old Liberal from the East who is not afraid to speak his mind. He is a showman in his own right because he is saying the important things that are register- ing with the American Election. So whether you are a Republican or Democrat the candidates want to hear from you the Primary elec- tion here in Illinois will be March 15, 2016. So get ready for the big show and enjoy the fireworks this is going to be one for the annuals.Election 2016 kickoff by Sheryl KraseWell unless you have had your headlines. Where ever he goes hehead in the sand you are unaware attracts attention and gets the re-that there is a Presidential election action from you he wants. Duringcoming up next year. With all the the debates he has spared with thehype and all the attention they moderator and just laughs it off.would be candidates oten seek He has positioned himself to dic-there are some values that are of- tate the pace and tempo of the de-ten forgotten and that is what the bate because he is a showman.issues is affecting every day Ameri- Noted Politicians like JEB Buschcans. People get turned off by at- and Rand Paul have a hard timetack others rather than trying to dealing with the Donald becauseexplain their stances on the issues. he will not let them control theRecently I, watched the Republican election. So far many in the Repub-Presidential debate and some of lican Party have called for him tothe things that they are saying I, step down. Others question his pa-could see myself being drawn to triotism and yes his ideas on immi-them. Take Donald Trump he has gration border lunacy but that is tobeen a fixture in the pop culture be expected from the Donald over

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