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Vince Kolber, Republican candidate for Illinois’ 5th Congressional District, will kick off his campaign on September 3, 2014 at 11:30 a.m., at the  Old Warsaw Buffet, 4750 N. Harlem Avenue ((the intersection of Harlem & Lawrence) Harwood Heights, IL

Husband, father, community leader, entrepreneur and longtime Chicago resident, Vince Kolber will officially announce his campaign for Congress on Wednesday, September 3rd in the heart of the 5th Congressional District.

Vince faces Democrat incumbent Mike Quigley in the November election.

“Congress is full of career politicians working for themselves and special interests, my only special interests are the taxpayers, families, seniors and young adults of the 5th Quigley has failed the people of Illinois with his job-killing policies, higher taxes and regulations for working families. We need someone in Congress who will fight to protect our tax dollars and look out for the residents of the 5th,” Vince Kolber said.

The media and public are invited to attend.

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