ENDORSEMENT: Robin Kelly for Congress in the 2nd District

SHARE ENDORSEMENT: Robin Kelly for Congress in the 2nd District
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Robin Kelly | Rich Hein/Sun-Times

Robin Kelly, first elected in 2013, is the easy choice for 2nd district voters. She has distinguished herself as a creative voice on health care and gun issues, and should the Democrats gain control of the House this fall, she has the makings of an effective leader.

In addition to advocating for better access to health care — especially for mental health care — Kelly says she hopes to finally bring a third major airport to the Chicago region, in the south suburbs. She is endorsed over David Merkle, a commercial photographer from Bourbonnais who served on the Kankakee County Board.

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Illinois’ 2nd Congressional District includes parts of Chicago’s South Side, southern Cook County, Will County and Kankakee County | Tanveer Ali/Sun-Times

Illinois’ 2nd Congressional District includes parts of Chicago’s South Side, southern Cook County, Will County and Kankakee County | Tanveer Ali/Sun-Times


Congresswoman Robin Kelly speaks with Sun-Times Washington Bureau Chief Lynn Sweet at the Democratic National Committee summer meeting in Chicago on Aug. 24. | Colin Boyle/Sun-Times

Rep. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., speaks with Sun-Times Washington Bureau Chief Lynn Sweet at the Democratic National Committee summer meeting in Chicago on Aug. 24. | Colin Boyle/Sun-Times

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