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Katrina Thompson Announces Endorsements in Race for Broadview Mayor BROADVIEW, IL – Katrina Thompson, candidate for Mayor of Broadview, is pleased to announce the endorsements of Congressman Danny K. Davis, State Senator Kimberly Lightford, Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin, Cook County Recorder of Deeds Karen Yarbrough, and current Broadview Mayor Sherman Jones.

These local leaders join the hundreds of Broadview residents who have already pledged their support. “Katrina Thompson will make an excellent Mayor for Broadview,” Congressman Davis said. “Her dedication to the community, passion for service, and her strong moral compass will serve her and the people of Broadview well in the years to come.” “I’m honored to have the support of Congressman Davis, Senator Lightford, Commissioner Boykin, Recorder Yarbrough and Mayor Jones,” Katrina Thompson said. “These fine public servants have done a tremendous job for our community, and I look forward to working with them as we strive to keep Broadview safe, secure and prospering.”

Thompson received her Bachelor’s in Organization Management and her Master’s in Training and Development, preparing her for a lifetime of non-profit and public service. A small business owner, Katrina has helped many nonprofits to develop and grow. Katrina’s devotion to public service has also led her to serve as Park Commissioner for the Broadview Park District and later as Park District Executive Director stewarding our parks and developing important programs like the healthy food initiative.

Thompson currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Broadview Public Library and on the Financial Oversight Panel for Proviso High School District 209.

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1 Comment

  1. Tom Otto
    March 29, 2017 at 3:32 PM

    Endorsements can be genuine or a political game/dance. Results and relationships are what is important.

    What has Ms. Thompson accomplished during her tenure as Executive Director at West Humboldt Park Development Council. What were her successes? How successfully did she engage with the residents, the business community, and community partners? What specifically has she accomplished with the West Humboldt Park Special Service Area (SSA #63) and how did she grow the relationship with the SSA Commission? How has she grown the organizational budget? How has she expanded programming? How has she grown organizational capacity and the staff? How has she deepened relationships with existing partners and developed new relationships with partner organizations?

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