D'Arcy For Joliet Mayor: Campaign Makes Another Announcement

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JOLIET, IL — Joliet mayoral candidate Terry D’Arcy and his campaign announced on Tuesday that D’Arcy, surrounded by supporters, was in line at the Joliet Municipal Building at 8 a.m. to pick up the packet of paperwork needed to take the next step in his campaign for mayor.

“The city of Joliet has given me so much, now is the time to give back,” D’Arcy said in Tuesday’s press release.” I am running for mayor because our city needs to create a vision for tomorrow and future generations. I have begun to go door to door and bring my campaign to the people. I look forward to listening to their concerns and working together to craft solutions.”

According to the prominent Joliet auto dealership owner’s campaign, D’Arcy and his team of supporters will be asking residents to sign petitions in the coming weeks to place his name on the ballot for the election on April 4, 2023.

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D’Arcy will be running against Joliet attorney Bob O’Dekirk, who is seeking to win a third four-year term of office in the non-partisan municipal elections.

In mid-June, D’Arcy announced his intentions to run for mayor of Joliet in the 2023 election.

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“I have been in business here in Joliet for just over 30 years, and we have been blessed and fortunate to be able to grow our business here over that time,” D’Arcy said at the time. “The skill set I have been able to assemble during my life has given me much opportunity to know and believe I could put my work ethic and leadership skills to good use.”

Related Patch coverage:

Terry D’Arcy Intends To Defeat O’Dekirk, Announces Run For Mayor

Joliet businessman Terry D’Arcy announced plans to run for the mayor of Joliet next spring. John Ferak/Joliet Patch

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