Please forward this error screen to sharedip-10718011715. As she tries to score an upset over seven-term Democratic U. Dan Lipinski and Democratic primary challenger Marie Newman debate on Feb. 21 at a Fixed term investments briefly of Women Voters candidate forum.
Dan Lipinski in the March 20 primary, challenger Marie Newman is selling herself to voters as a onetime ad agency partner, marketing executive, author and anti-bullying advocate. Absent from her resume: Less than four years ago, Newman and husband James went into business with a convicted felon who spent time in federal prison for his role in a large-scale mortgage fraud scheme. Marie Newman said she and her husband didn’t know about Garofalo’s criminal conviction, and started taking steps to end their involvement after they found out. What speaks to your character is when you immediately fix it. I think it speaks very clearly that I’m very transparent, and that when I see that I’ve made a mistake or an error I’m very accountable and I own it, and then I fix it immediately and I move on, and I don’t make that mistake again. The contest has drawn national attention as a case study of left-wing Democrats taking on one of the party’s more conservative members. Lipinski, 51, has positioned himself as a pragmatist working to find compromise and get things done.
27-28 poll conducted for an abortion rights group backing Newman had Lipinski at 43 percent and Newman at 41 percent, within the survey’s error margin of 3. The group, however, declined to release the poll questions. The restaurant in question, Luigi’s House, opened in 2000 on a busy strip of Route 59 near Fox Valley Mall. Garofalo was a restaurateur, but also had been a homebuilder who co-owned Madison Home Partnerships, according to court records.