• Rauner, Roskam Highlight 2014 Dinneree

    tickets-iconJoin Committeeman Bill Cadigan and the New Trier Republican Organization (NTRO) as NTRO hosts its 76th Annual Fall Dinner Oct. 12, 2014 at Allgauer’s on the Riverfront in Northbrook.

    NTRO’s own Bruce Rauner, the GOP nominee for Governor, will be the featured speaker, and he will be joined by Congressman Peter Roskam. Rep. Roskam, who represents the Eighth Congressional District, is an influential and responsible voice in Washington.

    We also expect 10th District Congressional Candidate Bob Dold to join us as well as other statewide and local candidates and officeholders. This is our largest fundraising event of the year, and your support is critical to the local get out the vote efforts NTRO performs.

    Tickets are $125 for dues-paying NTRO members and $150 for non-members. Tables of 10 are $1,250.

    Register for the event here.

    We hope to see you at the Fall Dinner as we close in on what will be a truly monumental November in Illinois as we send Bruce Rauner to Springfield!

  • Tampa as New Trier South?

    With three delegates, a national committeeman, a sitting Congressman, a sitting Senator (who made an appearance by video only), and a rich tradition of leadership, New Trier Republicans have quite a reputation on the national stage.

    Committeeman Bill Cadigan shot some video at the Republican National Convention to send back to New Trier Township a little flavor of the history going on in Tampa. Most of the people he encountered wanted to send best wishes back to New Trier Township, knowing how relevant the sentiments of New Trier are to the state of Illinois, the Midwest and the nation.

    Below are some more greetings from the convention floor.

    Former New Hampshire Governor and George H.W. Bush Chief of Staff John Sununu

    U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.)

    NTRO member and U.S. Rep. Bob Dold (R-Ill.)

    Cadigan, Katherine Dold White and Richard Porter had a great view of Mitt Romney’s history-making acceptance speech tonight. Earlier in the week, Bill took some video from his perch on the floor to capture the mood in the building.