Lynn shares 5 Things you should know about The DuPage County Board
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Lynn recently participated in an interview with Daw DeSart for ACE-Naperville. The interview focused on the challenges of campaigning during Covid. “We are trying to find any silver lining possible during this pandemic,” says Lynn LaPlante, candidate for the DuPage County Board, District 4. “For example, the fact that I... View Article
From the Daily Herald, September 29, 2020 In the Nov. 3 general election, Democrat Lynn LaPlante of Glen Ellyn is challenging incumbent Republican Tim Elliott of Glen Ellyn to win the seat representing District 4 on the DuPage County Board. LaPlante, a principal violist with Chicago Jazz Philharmonic, has served... View Article
We are so grateful for the endorsement from the Daily Herald! Of the five, the one most likely to have an immediate impact if elected in November is LaPlante, who less than two years ago rode a blue wave to come within roughly 10,000 votes of unseating Chairman Dan Cronin.... View Article
We are thrilled to announce that DuPage Now as endorsed Lynn for DuPage County Board District 4! Thank you DuPage NOW! We appreciate your support. You can read more about their endorsement here.
Lynn LaPlante is currently running for a seat on the DuPage County Board in the 2020 election and also for her third term as Precinct Committeeperson in Milton Township. Lynn is a committed community volunteer and activist, with a focus on gun violence prevention, equal rights for women and... View Article
We did it! We drove from Chicago to Plains, Georgia to attend Jimmy Carter’s Sunday School! There is so much to say about the trip but I’ll write about just the Sunday School part first. The rest of it (like the 15-hour non-stop drive each way, the haunted hotel, the... View Article
“Honey, I have a strange proposal that I promise is not as weird as it initially sounds, just hear me out.” I find that’s always a great way to start a conversation with my husband and really grab his attention. My proposal? That we load our four kids into... View Article
After the 2016 national election, for the first time since being elected Class President in high school, I decided to run for office. Those feelings of loss and confusion that had plagued me since that election had made it difficult to figure out the next right steps, but I finally... View Article
Please read the AP report on the Ethics Complaint I filed against DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin.