The DuPage County Recorder's Office is the official land records office for all real estate located in this County. The foundation of what was to become the Recorder's Office was laid in 1215 A. D. with the signing of the Magna Carta which provided for state protection of land ownership.
The Recorder's primary responsibility is the accurate and timely maintenance of the indexing of documents in the chain of title to DuPage County land whose value today exceeds 65 billion dollars. Your property and its ownership is filed in the Recorder's Office.
Today, revenue taken in by this office exceeds 15 million dollars annually. This revenue is based on fees provided by the Illinois State legislature in the Illinois Compiled Statutes and is deposited in the County corporate fund.
A man with a bachelors, two masters, technology acumen, the desire to build cooperative alliances with seemingly all people, and gained life wisdom, and wants to actually run for, and possibly make the recording process better, is qualified for the office.
Illinois Treasurer Michael Frerich
Congressman Bill Foster
Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky
State Senator Tom Cullerton
State Representative Stephanie Kifowit
State Representative Deb Conroy
Congressional candidate Raja Krishnamoorthi.
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