The pro-abortion Personal PAC launched its second mailing on behalf of Dee Baubien (Ind.-Madigan) in her race against Republican David McSweeney. It arrived on the last workday of the third week of October.
It features former George Ryan Lt. Gov. Corrine Wood (not implicated in any of Ryan’s misdeeds), along with candidate Beaubien. It has a lot of panels, which you can see below:
The address side of the Corrine Wood piece from Personal PAC.
Here’s the back of the piece as it arrived in mailboxes:
Famous pairs, including Thelma and Louise, who into eternity off a cliff in a convertible, are shown on the back of the mailing. Click to enlarge any image.
Inside is a foldout,
First appears Dee Beaubien’s photograph.
The second in the feature pair in this mailing comes next.
The pair appear together on this panel.
Text appears on the next panel.
A more detailed explanation of the joint Dee Beaubien-Corrine Woods message appears here, compliments of Personal PAC. Click to enlarge.
The piece has two more panels that are meant to be read together. You see them chopped up below here, so put them together in your mind.
And, the final part of the mailing has a large photo of Corrine Woods.
Corrine Wood appears on this part of the flyer.
While Beaubien’s campaign was going after abortion, McSweeney’s was warning of the real estate tax hike that Mike Madigan wants to impose upon all parts of Illinois outside of Chicago.
This could be a knock-knock joke from the address side of David McSweeney’s post card.
On the back McSweeney links Beaubien to Madigan.
The text talks about how Democrat Mike Madigan wants to increase school district taxes to bail out the obligation that state lawmakers did not fulfill over the years. The copy does not reveal that teacher unions urged legislators to divert the money allocated for pension payments in numerous governors’ budgets to State Aid to Education. With the pension guarantee in the State Constitution, teacher union lobbyists believe they could increase the pension base with higher salaries without having to worry about the resulting pension payments being made. Click to enlarge the image.