Cast your vote for James from March 23 - April 4th!

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    1145 W. Wilson
    9AM - 5PM


    Alderman Cappleman has worked tirelessly to bring all levels of the community together -- residents, business owners and the police -- to strategically address public safety in the ward, resulting in a steady reduction in crime since 2011.


    Alderman Cappleman believes that all workers deserve a shot at the middle class, which is why he voted to increase the minimum wage to $13 an hour and has gone a step further by advocating to raise it to $15.


    Since taking office, Alderman Cappleman has made it one of his top priorities to attract businesses to the 46th ward. Since 2011, dozens of small businesses have set up shop in the ward.


    Alderman Cappleman has worked with federal and state legislators to secure half a billion dollars for infrastructure improvement, including $203 million for the Wilson L, and uses Participatory Budgeting for implementation of other transit projects, such as protected bike lanes.

Citizens for Cappleman

This last week, we started releasing a series a videos from ward residents and business owners who are supporting James Cappleman for Alderman. Have you had the chance to watch them? Take a look below and help us spread the word about James’ reelection by sharing this page with your friends, family and neighbors. Thanks for …

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Our campaign has been hard at work the past several weeks continuing to convey my vision to the residents of the 46th Ward. The polls are officially open and you can vote early until Saturday, April 4th. I hope you’ll commit to voting early, whether its on your own or with my campaign, this Saturday, …

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The Next Five Weeks

Friends, I want to personally thank everyone who cast their ballot for me in February’s election. After months of campaigning, we’re not done yet. While we were #1 at the ballot box,we didn’t get the 50% + 1 we needed to avoid a runoff. We’ve dusted off and are ready for round two. We need …

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Asking for your vote

  Friends, It has been my honor and privilege to serve as your Alderman the last four years. When you elected me in 2011, I committed to you that I would represent you in a way that was fair and gave you a voice. I promised you I would focus on bringing economic development into …

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POLL: Alderman Cappleman Has Comfortable Lead

  An independent poll conducted by Ogden & Fry on behalf of Aldertrack went out to 433 likely voters on Friday, February 13th. The 1-question poll found that Alderman James Cappleman holds a comfortable lead over his challengers with 56.1% of the vote. This poll confirms what we already know: The 46th Ward is moving …

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