11th Congressional District Republican nominee: Nick Stella

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On Sept. 17, Dr. Nick Stella, a Republican, appeared before the Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board. Watch the video above to find out why he’s running for Illinois’ 11th Congressional District seat in the 2018 general election.

The Chicago Sun-Times also sent the candidates seeking the 11th Congressional District seat a list of questions to find out their views on a range of important issues facing their district and the country. Nick Stella did not submit responses.


SUN-TIMES 2018 ILLINOIS VOTING GUIDE


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Ahead of the historic 2018 elections, the Sun-Times is teaming up weekly with the Better Government Association, in print and online, to fact-check the truthfulness of the candidates. You can find all ofthe PolitiFact Illinois stories we’ve reported togetherhere.

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