Statement by Candance Chow on Recent Illinois General Assembly Sexual Harassment Allegations

Statement from Candance Chow, Democratic Candidate for District 17 State House Representative This statement is in response to the allegations of sexual harassment, reported in Capitol Fax and the Chicago Tribune, against State Senator Ira Silverstein. A complaint was filed to the Inspector General’s Office ag...

District 65 School Board Raises Issues with New Education Funding Formula

Evanston/Skokie School District 65 officials said new state legislation changing the way schools are funded is a good step forward, but has also brought to light a few concerns. The new “evidence-based” funding formula — which became law in August after years of negotiation — prioritizes districts with poor property wealth, District...

Candance Chow Endorsed by Evanston Mayors Tisdahl & Hagerty, Alderman Tendam in State Rep. Race

Today, Candance Chow, the only Evanston resident running for State Representative in the 17th District open seat, announced the endorsements of Former Evanston Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl, current Evanston Mayor Steve Hagerty, and former 6th Ward Alderman Mark Tendam. “We are lucky to have someone like Candance Chow, D65 School Board member and former Pr...

Candance Chow Running for 17th District State Rep

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE info@candancechow.com September 19, 2017 312-286-9036 CANDANCE CHOW RUNNING FOR 17th DISTRICT STATE REP. Long-time progressive leader and Eva...

Candance Chow Named McCormick Foundation Executive Fellow

Candance Chow, past president and current member of the District 65 School Board, was named a McCormick Foundation Executive Fellow by the Erikson Institute. Twenty-three leaders in the judicial, political, and civic sectors were selected to participate in executive-level, multi-day sessions that provide a comprehensive understanding of the long-term ben...

Candance Chow was elected president of the Evanston/Skokie School District 65 board of education at meeting held last Monday.

Candance Chow was elected president of the Evanston/Skokie School District 65 board of education at meeting held last Monday. Chow, chair of the board's finance committee, succeeds board member Tracy Quattrocki in the post. Quattrocki, who was elected to the board in 2009, has served at its helm for the past three years. Richard Rykhus was re-elected vice ...