Write-ins could win in 2013 because of lack of ‘traditional’ candidates
Ray Pawlak is no stranger to winning elections.
But the four-term former Geneva alderman recommends those who want to follow in his footsteps to do the legwork of getting their names preprinted on the ballot rather than hope voters will write the name of their choice themselves.
“You can win an election as a write-in candidate,” Pawlak said. “I’m living proof of that.
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