Joshua Flynn is inventested towards being a dedicated, experienced and energetic champion of the underserved for his community. For over a decade, Flynn has established himself as an organizer, activist, and business owner who has created opportunities and made impactful differences in the lives of others. Joshua Flynn is now running for the office of the 78th State Representative, in the State of Illinois, with a mission to focus and champion the needs of his community. The 78th District is a home to over 108,000 residents, is located on the West Side of Chicago and includes the communities of Leyden, Oak Park and Proviso townships, and the villages of Elmwood Park, Franklin Park, Melrose Park, Oak Park and River Grove. The restoration of integrity and accountability to our government is Flynn’s top priority. With a main focus on our broken finances, he seeks to bring long needed oversight to both the budget and spending. Flynn also recognizes that pension and tax program reform have been absent of solid, thoughtful action. At every level, he will work to be a voice for transparency in our government. Seeing the disparities faced within his community, he has made it his mission to educate and engage citizens to achieve more financial security and opportunity. Guided by his success as an Insurance Professional, Flynn has used his experience to help the lives of countless people within his community through seminars, mentorship and access to resources. His leadership has helped pave the path for the prosperity of families for generations to come. As an Austin native, Flynn has been invested in the advancement of his community since he was a young boy. Raised under parents who were both active community leaders - his mother as a local business and real estate owner, and his father as a local pastor, Austin community organizer, NAC (Northwest Austin Council) Board Member, CAPS member and United Front Organization member. It was from this, a tight-knit and deeply involved family, that Flynn’s desire to help his community was forged. At an early age, Flynn became involved in the Junior Craft Mason organization, and was also part of the 25th Police District Explorer’s program. Flynn now works with several organizations in the Austin community and beyond - he is Co-Director and Community Organizer for the new Northwest Austin Council, Facilitator … Flynn has for years shown his dedication towards helping his community. He now asks for your support to help him continue to do just that in Springfield.
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