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Filipino Americans in Chicago’s Political Sights & Scenes Ray Nonato,


Ray Nonato, foremost Filipino political campaign leader, with the newly-elected mayor of Chicago, Lori Lightfoot.


With the new treasurer of City of Chicago Melissa Ervin, with, L-R: Joe Mauricio, Ray Nonato, Ms. Ervin, Elaine Lehman, EllenMaguad and Christina Nonato.


Ray Nonato with Congressman Danny Davis of 7th Congressional District of Illinois, at the Victory Party held by the Asian American Businessmen of Chinatown, and other ethnic political groups.

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Toni Preckwinkle with Bishop Claude Porter, Chairman of the Interfaith Illinois, Inc. and other Illinois politicians at the headtable; behind are Veronica Leighton and Ray Nonato, Director of Diversity Affairs Interfaith Illinois, Inc.


Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, at the Ministerial luncheon rally by the Interfaith Illinois, Inc. held at the People’s Harvest Church, prior to the historical run-off election where Preckwinkle was defeated by Lori Lightfoot. Via Times endorsed Ms. Preckwinkle.


From left to right: Violeta Montoya, Cora Gumila, Vel Guffey, Cely Somera, Veronica, Dely Villalon, Judge Jessie Reyes, Ellen Maguad and Elaine Lehman, FACC Execuive Director at the Preckwinkle political rally held at the People’s Harvest Church.

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