MWRD Green party nominee for 6-year term: Christopher Anthony

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The Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board sent the nominees for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District — a regional board that manages storm and sewage water — a list of questions to find their view on a range of important issues facing the region.

Green party candidate Christopher Anthony respond to our questionnaire, nor did he participate in the endorsement process.

What is the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District?

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District guards the safety of our water source (Lake Michigan), protects businesses and homeowners from flooding and operates seven plants to treat industrial and residential wastewater. Its boundary is 883.5 square miles, roughly Cook County – and serves 5.25 million people.



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 of the PolitiFact Illinois stories we’ve reported together here.


• ENDORSEMENT: Shore, Steele and Garcia for MWRD, 6-year term

• MWRD Republican nominee for 6-year term: R. Cary Capparelli

• MWRD Democratic nominee for 6-year term: Marcelino Garcia

• MWRD Green Party nominee for 6-year term: Karen Roothaan

• MWRD Democratic nominee for 6-year term: Debra Shore

• MWRD Republican nominee for 6-year term: Shundar Lin

• MWRD Green party nominee for 6-year term: Tammy Felicia Vinson

• MWRD Democratic nominee for 6-year term: Kari K. Steele

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