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WTTW: Pat Quinn Pushing for Mayoral Term Limits, Elected Consumer Advocate

Quinn, who made a name for himself as a political gadfly, is pushing a new populist agenda he calls Take Charge Chicago, which calls for a two-term limit on Chicago’s mayor and the creation of a citywide elected… Read More

Univision: Pat Quinn sale a recabar firmas

El ex gobernador de Illinois, Pat Quinn, salió a las calles para continuar recabando firmas para poner tiempo límite al puesto de alcalde de Chicago. Enlace/Link Share List

WGN PLUS: Former Illinois Governor Pat Quinn reflects on his time in office and speaks out about his new petitions

…Quinn has created Take Charge Chicago. He’s crafted a pair of petitions: One is for Mayoral terms limits. Again, he implores “We don’t live in a monarchy.” Indeed, Chicago Mayors do have a history of serving slightly more… Read More

Steve Dale Other World: Governor Pat Quinn Takes Charge: Term Limits for the Mayor

“One day a peacock, the next day a feather duster,” says former Illinois Governor Pat Quinn about losing the Governor’s race, which ’till now he’s remained quiet about and out of the limelight.. Listen HERE to my Steve… Read More

Sun-Times: Andy Shaw: Quinn is back to shaking up political system

Pat Quinn is back. After a quiet year out of the limelight … he is once again trying to shake up the political system, his favorite activity for more than four decades as an elected official, a candidate,… Read More

WLS: Pat Quinn gets signatures for ‘Take Charge Chicago’ petition

Former Gov. Pat Quinn took his mission to reform Chicago to a Father’s Day event on Sunday. Quinn was at the Six Corners Barbeque Fest in the Portage Park neighborhood asking people to sign his “Take Charge Chicago”… Read More

Crain’s: Quinn pushes referendum to term limit Emanuel

“Former Gov. Pat Quinn is running again—though only a pair of referenda campaigns for now, but perhaps more later. After more than a year of effectively being off the public stage, Quinn resurfaced in a big way at… Read More

NY Times: In Deeply Divided Chicago, Most Agree: City Is Off Course

CHICAGO — The people of Chicago are deeply riven by race, class and neighborhood, distrustful of the police, fearful of the growing rate of violent crime and united chiefly in their disapproval of the mayor’s performance and their… Read More