Ramey campaigns for post as Wayne Township supervisor
Fascinated by government since high school, Harry "Randy" Ramey recently stepped up his candidacy for Wayne Township supervisor, reminding voters of the upcoming February primary election via his Facebook campaign page.
“On Feb. 28, 2017, Wayne Township offices will be up for election in the primary,” the Carol Stream resident and Springfield native stated online. “I ask for your support.”
A Republican, Ramey brings multiple skills to his candidacy, including management and personnel experience in the private and public service. As a young adult, he served as an election judge, joined the Young Republicans in college, and volunteered in many election campaigns — including those of Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, among others.
An active member of the Wayne Township Republican Organization since 1993, Ramey has held top leadership positions with the group since 2000, serving multiple terms. He first served in public office as a Wayne Township trustee in 1998, and he was appointed to the position of state representative for Illinois’ 55th District to fill a vacancy in 2005.
A longtime DuPage County resident, Ramey gained insight into management and leadership as a restaurant manager and chef before devoting himself to public service.
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