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Peoria, IL | July 8, 2020 - BizPAC of Central Illinois, a non-partisan political organization comprised of area businesses, has endorsed Win Stoller for the 37th State Senate District to succeed retiring Senator Chuck Weaver.

Stoller was endorsed for having pro-growth governing principles and a strong business education and background in local small business. In addition, he has an admirable record of community service.

“BizPAC is proud to endorse Win Stoller for State Senate” said BizPAC President Sean Garrett. “He is an ally for the local business community. After studying candidate questionnaires and conducting candidate interviews, we determined Win Stoller is perfectly suited for the job of reforming Illinois from our State Senate.”

Now is a critical time in Illinois’ history when strong, pro-business leaders need to be elected. BizPAC feels that Win Stoller’s education and business background make him a perfect fit to represent the values and economic interests of the people of the 37th Senate District.

Stoller earned both an accounting degree and an MBA at the University of Illinois. He then served as an auditor for Price Waterhouse before joining Widmer Interiors where he now serves as CEO and co-owner. Widmer has 40 employees in three locations.

Stoller’s civic work in the Peoria area includes being one of the youngest leaders ever in the Chamber of Commerce, Salvation Army and Rotary—and he has served each organization for over 20 years.

He has served on a community bank board, has been on the ISU Business Advisory Board and served as a member of Peoria’s Business PAC.

In short, Win Stoller is exactly the type of person we need in our State Senate. He understands balance sheets and the long-term implications of bad fiscal policy. He is an experienced businessman who has worked as a financial auditor. With Illinois in a desperate financial crisis, Win Stoller has the skills and experience we need to lead Illinois through the challenges ahead.


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