Update From the Campaign Trail– TWO Weeks Left!

Patrick Nagle for 46
Our campaign for Alderman of the 46th Ward is getting down to the wire – and we need YOU to help take us over the finish line.


WHEN: February 13th to February 28
WHERE: Truman College located at 1145 W. Wilson Avenue
SCHEDULE:  Weekdays: 9:00am-6:00pm; Saturday: 9:00am-5:00pm; Sunday: 10:00am-4:00pm


1. If you live in the 46th Ward, please vote for Patrick Nagle!
2. Please tell your family, friends, neighbors, and acquaintances to vote for Patrick Nagle!
3. If you are able to, please donate to the campaign to help us with our final push! Every donation affects our strategic mailings – your generosity got us here and will make a very real difference! We could not have made it this far without you and we’re nearly there!
4. Please volunteer to help us on election day (February 28th)!  We need people to hand out campaign materials near polling locations, install campaign signs, and help us with any last-minute issues.


This past week included another round of back-to-back-to-back candidate forums which served as an opportunity to show 46th Ward residents the truly unique and personal pride I have in being a 30+ year resident of Buena Park and Lakeview.  We had the opportunity to meet with residents at 3520 N Lakeshore Drive on Wednesday evening where I enjoyed talking with future constituents in the southeast part of our ward.  On Thursday, East Lakeview Neighbors Association sponsored a forum at Greeley Elementary School.  After serving on the ELVN board for a dozen years, including the last 6 years as Vice-President, this event represented a true homecoming for me.  During these discussions, I highlighted my positions on public safetyconstituent serviceeducationtransportationeconomic development, and hate crime. Attendees at both events were overwhelming receptive and encouraging!
Meeting my new friend and loyal supporter “Hawkeye”
In honor of National Kite Day here is a 2017 throwback photo of my daughter and I at Cricket Hill
East Lakeview Neighbors Association Aldermanic Candidate Forum at Greeley Elementary
When my wife and I made the conscious decision to raise our family here, we strove to be good neighbors, inviting and receptive to all with the hope of making this a better place for our children and community.  Through my work on the ELVN board, we are proud to have raised over $100,000 for local charities (including the House of Good Shepherd, the Legacy Project, and Kelly Park) as well as Brenneman and Greeley schools.  Working with the Zoning and Development committee, I am proud that over $10 million has been earmarked for the Clarendon Park Fieldhouse and Sarah’s Circle’s expansion.  My wife helped to create a new play lot for neighborhood children at Gill Park and serves on District 19’s domestic violence sub-committee.  Our family has been a strong supporter of Nourishing Hope – which provides over 4 million meals to people in our city every year.  This campaign feels like the next logical step in our desire to help those in need while working to make this a safer, more vibrant place for all of us.  My family has been fortunate enough to reap the rewards that we all know this very special place has to offer. I want to continue that work at City Hall so that we can make an even larger impact and help Chicago reach its full potential.
Neighbors for Nagle