At Rhythm Kitchen with the Greens

Staff Writer
Woodford Times

Sheldon Schafer was holding court over his election night party wearing a tie with recycling logos on it.

He said he was glad to have met his shirt-term goals; those being, one, to meet the electorate, and two, to be taken seriously.

Schafer said he was also pleased to be able to say he participated in more debates than his Republican challenger Aaron Schock.

"I've got nothing but positive feedback on the process. This is a first step in a journey. I'll be back," he said.

"One of my goals in the future is to break the habit of responsive voting and get voters to do reflective voting."