Friends for Howland
Amanda Howland is a lifelong public servant with over twenty five years working for families, and advocating for community reform in north eastern Illinois. Amanda is running for Illinois State Senate in District 26, covering Lake, McHenry, Cook, and Kane counties. Amanda currently serves as an elected Trustee for the College of Lake County, and has spent several years fighting to protect the educational needs of Illinois' youth. As a former Special Education Teacher, Amanda knows the struggles of families with children of special need, and will continue to lead the charge for ensuring the community gets the access to quality education all our kids deserve. As a lawyer, Amanda worked to serve the underprivileged families of Illinois in her work in Child Advocacy, and has been nationally recognized for her efforts on behalf of children in need.
Amanda is accountable every day. As a licensed attorney, she must adhere to a standard of ethics as required by the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Committee. As a Senator, she will work tirelessly to restore faith in politicians and the political process and to uphold highest of ethical standards. Amanda is not a career politician; she is a true public servant. She wants to bring independence and common sense reform to a state government that has been shackled for years by partisan gridlock, and fiscal mismanagement. Amanda has spoken to the voters of the 26th, and knows they deserve more than extreme partisan politics. Right now the residents of the 26th district are underserved by career politicians, more concerned about representing there partisan interest, and big business. Amanda knows that the way to restore the middle class in Illinois is to fight for responsible spending, and to create an environment where business can flourish, providing meaningful jobs to the residents of the 26th.
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