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State Senator Heather Steans has joined the 46th Ward Democrats and other progressive leaders in endorsing James Cappleman for Alderman, according to Tom Sharpe,
46th Ward Democratic Committeeman.

The run-off election for 46th Ward Alderman will be held on Tuesday, April 5th and James — a former teacher, social worker and community advocate — has earned our strong support. said Sharpe, in a prepared statement.

Said Steans about Cappleman:
 
“I have worked with James on many important issues facing the 46th ward including crime, housing, health care, business development and neighborhood improvement. I know firsthand that his top priority is serving the residents of the ward. He and I share important progressive, Democratic values and I am honored to be supporting him.”
 
State Senator Heather Steans is a recognized leader on community issues, and her endorsement speaks volumes about James’ abilities. You can visit www.JamesForChange.com to learn more about James Cappleman’s background and his views on important issues.

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