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Mark Thompson, who lost to Gorman (R-Orland Park) in the February 2010 Republican primary, accused the commissioner of falsely reporting the source of loans to her 2002 campaign. In the complaint filed about a month before the primary election, he
Still pending are foreclosure cases involving their Orland Park house and property they own in Chicago. Gerald Gorman, a former Chrysler and Dodge dealer, filed for bankruptcy in September while his wife's filing came in November, just days after her
The court reversed an earlier ruling by the State Board of Elections and found Mark Thompson, whom Gorman defeated in the February 2010 primary, had valid grounds to appeal. Gorman defeated Thompson in the February 2010 primary to earn the Republican
Complaints leveled against Cook County Commissioner Liz Gorman and her campaign fund by a former Republican primary opponent should be heard in a public hearing, the state Appellate Court has ruled, reversing an earlier decision by the State Board of
Just days after Cook County Commissioner Elizabeth Doody Gorman's campaign account was subpoenaed by business creditors, Gorman moved the money in the account to another political committee she controls an action that drew a stinging rebuke from a
Staff Reporterfirstname.lastname@example.org A bank is foreclosing on two law-office buildings owned by Edward R. Vrdolyak, but lawyers for the former Chicago alderman say it isn't a case of the man known as "Fast Eddie" being slow in paying up. The
Gerald Gorman, of Orland Park, used to sell Chryslers on Chicago's Southwest Side and Dodges in Midlothian and is the husband of Commissioner Elizabeth Doody Gorman (R-Orland Park). While not technically a party to last month's bankruptcy filing, she'