Six Congressional Candidates Respond to Issue of Troops in Bosnia
This is the last in a series of reports where candidates stand on the issues in the March 17 Republican primary for the 13th Congressional District.
In addition to continued day-to-day coverage of the campaign, the Daily Herald plans a special election guide to appear March 15 in the Neighbor section.
Six candidates are competing for the Republican nomination in the March 17 primary to fill the seat of retiring Congressman Harris Fawell in the 13th Congressional District.
The district covers most of southern DuPage County, Will County and portions of Cook County. It includes Naperville and Lisle and portions of Oak Brook, Oakbrook Terrace, Lombard, Warrenville, Wheaton and Glen Ellyn.
The winner will face Democrat Susan Hynes in the November general election.
The GOP candidates are:
Judy Biggert, 60, of Hinsdale. She has been a state representative since 1993.
Andrew J. "Andy" Clark, 66, of Downers Grove. A Republican committeeman, he is a retired engineer from AT&T.
Michael J. Krzyston, 41, of Hinsdale. He is president of Market Knowledge Inc.
Peter Roskam, 37, of Naperville. He has been a state legislator since 1993.
David Shestokas, 46, of Lemont. He is an assistant state's attorney in Cook County.
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Publication information: Article title: Six Congressional Candidates Respond to Issue of Troops in Bosnia. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL). Publication date: March 2, 1998. Page number: 2. © 2009 Paddock Publications. COPYRIGHT 1998 Gale Group.
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