Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Fako & Associates, Inc. Congratulates our Winning Clients

Fako & Associates, Inc. would like to congratulate our winning clients in last night's historic election. We saw unprecedented victories in Missouri, New York, and our home state of Illinois.

Our congratulations and thanks go out to the Democratic Party of Illinois for allowing us to help expand their majority in the Illinois House of Representatives with the victories of challengers Keith Farnham and Emily McAsey and the previously Republican held open seat victories of Mark Walker and Jehan Gordon.

We assisted in developing the strategy that helped maintain the following Illinois House of Representatives seats: State Representatives Fred Crespo, Paul Froehlich, Careen Gordon, Gary Hannig, Naomi Jakobsson, John Bradley, Arthur Turner, Barbara Currie, Monique Davis, Ester Golar, Deborah Graham, Al Riley, and Elaine Nekritz.

Missouri proved once again to be a difficult state for Democrats. At the time of writing this note of congratulations, we are still unsure of the Presidential results for the Show Me State. We can, however, offer our congratulations to Missouri Representative-elect Jill Schupp in her dominating victory over Frank Plescia.

Democrats in New York won a majority in the New York Senate last night for the first time in forty years and we’re proud to have helped accomplish this goal with the successful re-election of three incumbent Senators and the victory of two challenger candidates that turned the tables in New York State.

We congratulate Senator Darrel Aubertine, David Valesky, and Bill Stachowski in maintaining their seats in the New York State Senate. We worked on two amazing challenger campaigns with Senator-elect Brian Foley defeating longtime incumbent Caesar Trunzo in Suffolk County's Third Senatorial District and Senator-elect Joseph Addabbo defeating Serph Maltese of Queens.

These victories represent the work of hundreds of dedicated volunteers, staff, and numerous highly talented consultants. We thank you for allowing us to be a part of your team.

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