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16th Congressional District Democratic candidate Wanda Rohl joined the town of Byron, IL to celebrate ByronFest.

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Wanda Rohls at ByronFest
 

Wanda and several of her her all volunteer Rohl For Congress campaign staff joined a heapin' helpin' of Ogle County, Illinois Democrats to brave the 95-degree heat and lengthy parade route.  

The good news: No one passed out!

The better news: Wanda was greeted with smiles, waves, and shouts of approval as the people of Byron got a chance to see the genuine grassroots candidate that real people selected to run against the corporate funded Kinzinger. Wanda also got a great opportunity to meet the people of Byron face to face.

Mr. Kinzinger—Not so much. We can only assume he was too busy to celebrate with the citizens of Byron and was likely elsewhere courting more wealthy donors. Can never have too many millions in outside money to help kill healthcare for kids and families!

The Wanda Rohl For Congress campaign wishes to thank the people of Byron for being such cordial hosts. It was good to share the afternoon with all of you.

Please visit Wanda's campaign web site! Learn more about the issues that concern her, sign up to volunteer, or contribute to this truly grassroots congressional campaign at: Wanda Rohl for Congress

Like her Facebook page at: Citizens For Wanda Rohl

Follow her on Twitter: @RohlforCongress

Check out Wanda on Youtube: Rohl for Congress Youtube Channel

Help us #Rohl2DC!

You can make a difference!

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