Illinois Races: Gregg Goslin for Cook County Commissioner - NBC Chicago

Illinois Races: Gregg Goslin for Cook County Commissioner

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    Cook County Commissioner Gregg Goslin, 14th District, is seeking re-election in the February 2010 elections.

    Gregg Goslin is a Republican Cook County Commissioner for the 14th District which is located in the northwest suburban section of the county.  He has been re-elected twice since being elected to the Board of Commissioners in 1998.  Goslin has held elected public office for more than 25 years.  He served in the 89th General Assembly as a member of the Illinois House of Representatives, where he successfully sponsored legislation that strengthened local government, capped real estate taxes and reformed medical insurance coverage, according to his Web site.

    He is an advocate for transparency and fiscal responsibility in local government, sharing of county resources to the 14th District and the protection of forest preserves.  He Goslin was recently appointed to Finance Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Forest Preserve District.

    The incumbent County Board member is currently facing one Democrat and two Republican challengers in the Feb 2 primary.

    He received his Bachelor's of Science degree in Political Science and Secondary Education from Southern Illinois University and completed postgraduate study in Real Estate.

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