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The prime responsibility of our State Central Committee Committeewoman of the 17th District is: I. To represent the Precinct Committeeman of 17th Congressional District. II. To communicate with Precinct Committeemen of 17th Congressional ...

The prime responsibility of our State Central Committee Committeewoman of the 17th District is:

I. To represent the Precinct Committeeman of 17th Congressional District.

II. To communicate with Precinct Committeemen of 17th Congressional District and voice

their concerns at all State Central Committee Meetings in Springfield.

III. To make written monthly reports to Democratic Central Committee Chairman on matters

discussed at State Central Committee meetings held in Springfield.

IV. To Discuss pending issues relative to State Central Committee agenda with Democratic Central

Committee Chairman and Precinct Committeeman of 17th Congressional District.

The above outlined roles and responsibilities are the major roles and responsibilities for our State Central

Committee 17th Congressional District. There are others as well.

Who is Dorothy "Dot" Turner?

Dorothy "Dot" Turner is:

1. Dorothy is married to Melvin Turner.

2. They have been married for 46 years.

3. They have three adult children; all college graduates, gainfully employed with successful careers &

four grandchildren

4. Member of Hope Fellowship Church

5. Homeowner and resides in Eagle Meadows Subdivision located on Montague Road, Rockford.

6. Have a strong commitment to education, dedicated to giving back to her community.

7. Believes in strong family values, and stressed, "hard work is the key to success" to her kids.

EMPLOYMENT:

1. Worked for Honeywell/Sensata Technology for 44 Years, in Freeport until it was sold and all employees were laid off and jobs were sent to China.

2. Went to Jail to fight for fellow employees along with Jesse Jackson, Alderman Bell and others

for marching for our jobs and health benefits.

3. Made a commitment to Alderman Bell that once the plant closes, I would get involved in

community politics to fight for jobs, health care and fair wages.

Community involvement:

1) President NAACP Chapter of Freeport.

2) Served as Board member of the Police and Fire Commissioner, Freeport Illinois.

3) Involved in other Community Based Not For Profit Organizations.

MY FOCUS AS STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE WOMEN of the 17TH DISTRICT:

1) To: Establish a strong grass root 17th District Precinct Committee organization through-out the entire 17th District.

2) I will collaborate with Democratic Central Committee Chairman in 17th District to engage

Precinct Committeemen to organize on grass root basis.

3) Meet with Democratic Central Committee Chairman on quarterly basis.

4) Attend State Central Committee meetings and bring back agenda discussed to 17th

District Democratic Central Committee, to gain their support on outcomes.

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