Five, count them.
Five mailings arrived in the David McSweeney (R-Barrington Hills) vs. Dee Beaubien (Ind.-Madigan) campaign on Thursday and Friday.
You can see them below:
Beaubien has a piece from Personal PAC, the pro-abortion organization. It emphasizes something McSweeney told a now-defunct internet publication.
The address side of what is presumably the last mailing from Personal PAC.
A lie detector plays a role in this Personal PAC mailing.
Personal PAC again cites a quote about rape that David McSweeney make when he was running for Congress in 2006. McSweeney’s stand on abortion is that he is opposed to it except for rape, incest and to save the life of the mother.
The final panel of the Personal PAC mailing.
Let’s look at a Friday piece from McSweeney:
This black and white “Warning” piece from Dave McSweeney might stand out from the other four color pieces invading people’s mail boxes. It stressing property taxes.
Details are supplied on the back of the “Warning” piece about how Dee Beaubien is linked to Democratic Party Chairman and House Speaker Mike Madigan.
Let’s take a look at another Beaubien end-of-week mailing. This one asks to be able to carry on her husband Mark’s legacy.
Knitting yarn and needles are featured on the first page of the message.
“Together, we can carry on,” Dee Beaubien writes.
Dee Beaubien writes about her husband Mark’s legacy on this panel.
“I want to make a difference,” Dee Beaubien writes.
Back to one of McSweeney’s pieces.
Dave McSweeney puts his photo in a metal bending factory on the front of this last-minute post card that features endorsements.
Endorsements of David McSweeney from area newspapers are featured on the back of the mailing.
McSweeney has a third mailing delivered on Friday liking Beaubien to Mike Madigan and his plan to raise local school property taxes to pay for teacher pension shortfalls.
School property taxes that House Speaker and Democratic Party Chairman Mike Madigan wants to raise are featured on this mailing.
Independent Dee Beaubien is linked to Democrat Mike Madigan on this side of the mailing.