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Rushville Alderman Announces Bid for 93rd Legislative District
By Benjamin Cox on November 24, 2019 at 9:21am
Republican Norine Hammond will have a Democratic challenger next November. KHQA reports that Rushville, Illinois resident Scott Stoll announced his candidacy for the 93rd Congressional District in the Illinois House on Saturday. Stoll currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer at Moreland and Devitt Pharmacy and also serves as 2nd Ward alderman on the Rusvhille City Council.
Stoll is a decades-long resident of Rushville. Stoll is the founder of the Rushville Chamber of Commerce. He serves on the chamber’s board. He also is also part of the Rushville Little League Board, Grow Rushville and Brown-Schuyler County CEO Board of Directors.
Schuyler Co. resident announces bid for IL House of Representatives District 93 seat
RUSHVILLE, IL — There's a new candidate hoping to represent Illinois' 93rd District in the House of Representatives.
Rushville, Illinois resident Scott Stoll announced his candidacy for a seat in the Illinois House on Saturday.
Stoll currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer at Moreland and Devitt Pharmacy.
He also serves as an alderman for Rushville's city council.
Stoll says he has a proven record of investing in infrastructure, small businesses, and small-town values.
"We need to support having new businesses, new business opportunists creating jobs in these industries while also giving people in these towns new opportunists to buy merchandise to go out to eat with family. We want to keep people living and working in the towns they serve in," said Stoll.
The democrat says he wanted to focus on middle-class tax burdens and make healthcare more accessible.