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Bob Canfield
Works at The Printhouse
Attended Taylor University
Lives in Palatine, IL
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  • The Printhouse
    Business Owner, present
  • Gerhardt Meyne
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Palatine, IL
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Lombard, IL
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My family and I reside in Palatine, part of the northwest suburbs of Chicago. I recently turned in my petition to win the office of Representative in Congress. I submitted the required amount of names in the district where I reside, plus 7%.  I was planning on winning the Primary Election on March 20th, and going ahead to win the General Election in November.  Although I did not win the primary race I took the campaign all the way to the voting booth.


I’m Married to Jenn and we've a large family. Previously. I worked for the largest national corporation
in the United States regarding office printing sold direct to end user as a sales representative.  For 8 years I worked for this New York Stock Exchange traded company, and they provided me with both printing knowledge and professional negotiation skills. Now, I'm the owner of a company named The Printhouse. The Printhouse’s products are of first-rate quality and delivered in a timely fashion. Our company is independent, and based in the Midwest. I've done other employment in Chicago working with many different ethnicities. Over the years I’ve become an idea man, offering skills of professional representation,writing, and improvised solutions. Thanks www.illinoisfamily.org voters guide. My email is bc.indpt@gmail.com,
Greetings.  Bob Canfield
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  • Taylor University
  • The Appraisal Institute
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Memorial Day Weekend, 2012 We celebrated with badmitton, s'mores around the campfire and we remembered those that went before us and laid down their lives so that we might enjoy the freedoms of today. Although we did not win the primary for US Rep. in Congress, in the West and Northwest Suburbs, I"m thankful to the hundreds who signed my petition and the thousands of doorbells that often led to meaningful conversations. I took my candidacy all the way to the voting booths, and thanks to those who voted for me.
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Most recently I took the initiative to arrange a debate. In addition to propelling family values and in a God-honoring way our candidacy has shown tenacity. After ringing thousands of doorbells and personally speaking to hundreds of voters in the gathering of signatures, I've listened to the thoughts and voice of the voters.
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Multitasking. We are thankful for the printing sales last month of February. On March 1, 2012, as a write-in candidate with the approaching March 20th Primary, I've cancelled my election judge post. I'm propelling my District 6 (due to redistricting now district 8) U. S. Representative for Congress run. This sent me to the geographic region of Elk Grove Village, Schaumburg, Elgin, Glendale Heights and surrounding suburbs.
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Greetings from the beautiful Midwest. Now then, let's get down to business. These influences, when in balance, could help our citizens to financially prosper.

The first influence is our individual trust. Our might collectively increases when we accomplish what we say we are going to accomplish, to the best of our ability. We stay faithful to our personal agreements and vows.

The second influence being our economy can be revived providing good paying employment, increasing real estate property values and small business start ups. New innovative legislation to promote a genuine economic recovery and strengthening of the middle class needs to be passed.
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Through providence, the United States of America shares God’s great blessing: a well-developed infrastructure, strong agricultural base, thoughtful communities, skillful military strength, standard currency, plentiful fresh water, vast knowledge and ownership of industry and beyond two centuries of proven independence.
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