Alderman Mark Mulliner files Mayoral Petitions

Waiting until almost the stroke of five o'clock, Alderman Mark Mulliner filed his nominating petitions for the office of Mayor of Elmhurst.   As current interim Mayor Scott Levin walked up the stairs, he found many of Mark's friends and well wishers anxiously waiting for any last second Mayoral petitions to be filed.   Somewhat superstitious, it was always Mark's plan to file last to insure his placement at the end of the ballot.  Aldermen Jim Kennedy and Norm Leader also made last second trips up the stairs, but it was only to see if their Aldermanic seats were being challenged. As he was leaving, Alderman Kennedy jokingly assured Mark that he had no plans to collect 800 signatures in the next ten minutes.

For more information on Mark's vision for improving Elmhurst, please visit his web site @ www.Mulliner4Mayor.com

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Jim Court December 30, 2012 at 03:06 AM
Mr. Mulliner is a good and decent man. I look forward to reading his platform.
Martha Crabtree January 03, 2013 at 04:00 PM
Mulliner is not afraid to challenge the status quo. He is very independent. He has been a solid and respected Alderman for years.
Bob Howard January 03, 2013 at 04:03 PM
Jim: for information on his 'platform', please visit his web site (see above).
Alan Brinkmeier January 03, 2013 at 04:31 PM
Jim Click the link. http://elmhurst.patch.com/events/nu-year-nu-crepes-nu-mulliner-mayor-fundraiser Mark Mulliner will be at Nu Crepes on Jan. 16 to speak about the issues . Or you may go to the Events page on Patch for these details. Alan Brinkmeier
Jean Fasano January 05, 2013 at 02:22 AM
Congratulations and good luck on your mayortorial race. Your knowledge and sincere concern for Elmhurst would be a asset for the city. Jean Fasano


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