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One of the ways we can show our growing strength as a voting bloc is to have many voices appear in the “Letters to the Editor” sections of all the papers in the county. If you have a comment, compliment or complaint about how things are going in DuPage, Illinois or the nation, air it!

The Chicago Tribune
2000 York Road Suite #115
Oak Brook IL 60521
Fax Letters to the Editor: 312-22-3143

The Sun-Times
401 N Wabash Room 400
Chicago IL 60611
Fax Letters to the Editor: 312-321-3084

The Daily Herald
4300 W Commerce Ct
Lisle IL 60532
Fax Letters to the Editor: 630-398-0172
Or email

Other local email address for Letters to the Editor.

While you are at it, why not send your comments to every one?

Elmhurst Independent
Letters to the editor are always welcome and, with election season here, the Independent would like to remind readers of its policies for the Viewpoint page. Letters must be signed and must include a phone number for verification purposes only. Letters must be limited to 500 words. No letters about candidates will be published during the last two weeks prior to the election in order to ensure fairness and response time.

Letters can be mailed to or dropped off at The Elmhurst Independent, 564 So. York Road, Elmhurst; or they can be e-mailed to

Suburban Life Papers
Letters must be no more than 300 words. They must include your first and last name, town and a phone number for verification. We may edit them for content and length. Email letters to The deadline is 4 p.m. Tuesday for each week’s paper.

The Lombardian Speak-Out
SPEAK OUT Call 630-629-8255
If you have a comment, question, suggestion, etc., you can call SPEAK OUT any time of the day or night. The deadline for each week’s column is Friday at 5 p.m. Call SPEAK OUT but do not leave your name or identify yourself in any way. If your comment or question concerns a particular town, please start your comment with “Lombard – I would like to know,” or “Villa Park – whose job is it to.” Please limit your call to one (1) minute. SPEAK OUT is a community service of the LOMBARDIAN/VILLA PARK REVIEW newspapers. When at all possible, we try to contact public officials to obtain the answers to questions that concern them, and residents are also encouraged to contact public officials with their inquiries. Due to space limitations, it may not be possible to print all calls. We reserve the right to edit calls for length, clarity and subject matter.

Please feel free to contact us at to add to this list. Of course, comments and editorials are always welcome on our blog and on our Facebook community page so please connect to those as well with the links on this page. The more we chime into the conversation in DuPage the more attention our voices will receive.


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