Citizens for Dan Patlak has snagged the endorsement of one of the most respected, powerfuland well-liked Republican leaders in Illinois. Congressman Peter Roskam who is the fourth ranking Republican in the House of Representatives had this to say about Patlak’s candidacy: “Dan Patlak is a man of character and integrity. He works hard at his position of Board of Review Commissioner and always has the best interests of taxpayers at heart. Dan is exactly the type of person Republican voters should support. He has my enthusiastic endorsement.”
“Congressman Roskam and I have known each other since 1996 when he was a state representative and I was working on his colleague, Al Salvi’s campaign for U.S. Senate,” said Dan Patlak. “I have admired Peter for many years because of the principled conservative stances he has consistently taken in the state house and the congress. To be endorsed by Congressman Roskam in the upcoming March 20th primary is a great honor. I hope someday we will be calling him Speaker Roskam,” concluded Patlak.
Dan Patlak was sworn in as a Commissioner of the Cook County Board of Review on December 6, 2010. Patlak’s defeat of the incumbent commissioner was the first time a Republican defeated a sitting Cook County level Democrat in fifteen years. Patlak is fulfilling his pledge to work as the first ever full-timecommissioner at the Board.
The 1st Board of Review District encompasses approximately five-hundred square miles, stretching from Lake Michigan west to the Kane County border and south around Chicago to the border of Will County then east to the Illinois Indiana border. It includes over 1.7 million residents. Click here to view a map of the district.