ANNOUNCEMENT: May print edition of Substance is now in the mail to subscribers, available in bulk

The May 2010 print edition of Substance is now published, and has been mailed to our print subscribers and bulk vendors (as of May 14, 2010). The issue has extensive coverage of the Chicago Teachers Union election, including the text of the speeches of each of the five candidates for CTU President as they were prepared for delivery to the CTU House of Delegates meeting of May 5, 2010. We have printed additional copies of the paper, which features more than eight pages of news on the upcoming Chicago Teachers Union elections. Those who wish to pick up additional copies can do so by calling Substance (773-725-7502). Additional copies are available in bulk on the following terms: one to nine copies, $2 per copy; ten to 99 copies, $1.00 per copy; 100 to 10,000 copies, 50 cents per copy. For orders in excess of 10,000 copies, five days are needed.

The May 2010 print edition of Substance was mailed to subscribers on May 14, 2010. Those who wish to subscribe to the print edition can do so on line (the "Subscribe" button to the right here) or by sending a check in the amount of $16, payable to Substance, to Substance, 5132 W. Berteau, Chicago, IL 60641. Those who wish to sell Substance every month in bulk should call the office (773-725-7502) for further information. The June issue of the print edition of Substance will be prepared and mailed by June 1, with local Chicago coverage of the runoff for CTU leadership prepared following the vote count in the five-way race currently underway.


May 14, 2010 at 10:27 AM

By: Sharon Schmidt

Puts the CTU paper to shame

Our coverage has all the candidates' speeches, debate reports, and other election information. So much more than the CTU paper provides. Hope subscription sales increase a lot this week.

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