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Statement From Larry

Dear Friend:   

I would like to welcome you to my campaign website. As your Will County Executive, I am your countywide elected official who is responsible for the day to day operations of County government. In this role, I am working full time to address the many challenges our rapidly growing county faces.   

I ran for Will County Executive to bring responsible, accountable and visible government to our communities. My administration continutes to work cooperatively to bring the County’s financial house in order, create better partnerships with our local governmental bodies, and planned more pro-actively for the future of our region.   

Please check back regularly to this website as I will continue to update you with ongoing issues, news stories, and other important information related to my campaign efforts.  

Thanks for your support,  

Lawrence "Larry" M. Walsh
Will County Executive
Larry Walsh in the News

Walsh in the News - Chicago Tribune Endorses Larry Walsh

10/23/2012 -

  County Chief Executive:   Larry Walsh , the Democratic incumbent, has been an effective leader, boosting economic development and improving governmental efficiency in one of the fastest-growing counties in the state. One of his signature accomplishments: improving the county's bond rating. Walsh faces a formidable opponent in Republican Cory Singer, of Frankfort, president of the Will County Forest Preserve District, who says he won't increase property taxes and will push to establish small-business incubators in the county. We like Singer, but Walsh has the track record of accomplishment here. He is endorsed.


Walsh in the News - Exec. Walsh - Will County gets new command vehicle

7/9/2012 -

The Will County Emergency Management Agency has taken delivery of a 46-foot mobile emergency command and communications vehicle. The vehicle was built by Farber Specialty Vehicles in Columbus, Ohio, using a Freightliner chassis, Cummins diesel engine and Allison automatic transmission. It is 13 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs 42,260 pounds. It arrived June 23. Will County Executive Larry Walsh said the command center will benefit all corners of the County. “The vehicle will serve as a mobile command post for major emergencies, as well as large public events. It can also serve as a back-up dispatch center in communications emergencies.


Walsh in the News - Hundreds learn about perils of heroin at HERO HELPS event -

4/18/2012 -

More than 600 people took the first step toward creating a Will County with less heroin during a multi-generational summit at Lewis University on Friday, April 13.  HERO HELPS was co-sponsored by HERO, Heroin Epidemic Relief Organization, and Will County HELPS, Heroin Education Leads to Preventative Solutions, a prevention and education initiative led by Will County Executive Larry Walsh in response to the number of fatal heroin overdoses in the county.


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