Tenth District Mayors Endorse Brad Schneider for Re-election


Schneider earns bipartisan support of mayors and village presidents from all corners of the district

NORTHBROOK, IL – Today, Brad Schneider announced more than a dozen local mayors and village presidents have endorsed his campaign for re-election in Illinois’s Tenth Congressional District.

“It’s a true honor to earn the support and trust of local mayors and village presidents from across both our district and the political spectrum,” said Schneider. “Working with community leaders to bring home federal resources and foster economic development is one of my top priorities in Congress. So far this year, I am proud that more than $42 million in federal grants have been awarded to the Tenth District. I look forward to continuing to work closely with all elected leaders to serve our communities.”

Today’s announcement follows recent endorsements by the editorial boards of the Daily Herald, which praised Schneider’s work “across the aisle to help craft meaningful bipartisan legislation,” and the Chicago Sun-Times, which noted Schneider has been, “particularly vocal in pushing utterly reasonable gun legislation.”

The following Mayors and Village Presidents announced their endorsement of Schneider:

  • Sam Cunningham, Mayor of Waukegan
  • Gerry Daley, Mayor of Hainesville
  • Dan DiMaria, Village President of Morton Grove
  • Nicholas Helmer, Mayor of Prospect Heights
  • Al Hill, Mayor of Zion
  • Pat Horcher, Village President of Wheeling
  • Larry Levin, Village President of Glencoe
  • Steve Pannell, Mayor of Park City
  • Andrew Przybylo, Mayor of Niles
  • Leon Rockingham Jr., Mayor of North Chicago
  • Harriet Rosenthal, Mayor of Deerfield
  • Nancy Rotering, Mayor of Highland Park
  • Glenn Ryback, Mayor of Wadsworth
  • Donny Schmit, Mayor of Fox Lake
  • Todd Weihofen, Village President of Lakemoor
  • Terry Weppler, Mayor of Libertyville