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As the state's Treasurer, Mike Frerichs has been an aggressive watchdog of our tax dollars, using his office to put the public's money to work through smart and sound investments. Mike, who grew up in the small farming community of Gifford, Illinois, is a certified public finance officer, and he has put those skills to work to cut fees charged by Wall Street banks in half and improve investment returns for Illinois' college savings program, run his office more efficiently to save tax dollars, and provide opportunities for more Illinois workers to save for retirement.

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Frerichs Endorses Warren

Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs Endorses Elizabeth Warren

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Champaign, IL – Today, State Treasurer Michael Frerichs endorsed Elizabeth Warren for President. Frerichs was elected Treasurer in 2014 and previously served in the Illinois Senate. Frerichs has spent his career as a leading downstate voice for Illinois consumers, against climate...
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Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs Re-Elected With Broad Statewide Support

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Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs was re-elected tonight with broad statewide support, according to unofficial election results. The Democrat from Downstate Gifford said accomplishments made during his first term, coupled with his quiet work ethic and ability to work with...
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Chicago Crusader Endorses Frerichs for Treasurer

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Treasurer Frerichs is also committed to expanding access to college savings programs so Illinois families can better plan for their future. On Friday, October 26th, the Chicago Crusader endorsed Mike Frerichs for Illinois State Treasurer. CLICK HERE to read the full endorsement.
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Dispatch-Argus Endorses Frerichs for Treasurer

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Under Frerichs’ leadership, more life insurance benefits are getting into the hands of heirs after the policy owner dies. And under his direction, the office has set records in returning unclaimed property to Illinoisans. On Tuesday, October 23rd, the Dispatch-Argus...
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