Transparency Champion Adam Andrzejewski Speaking to Huntley Tea Party

A press release from the Huntley Area Tea Party:


“Transparency, Exposure, and the squeezing out of Corruptive Practices”

A national leader in bringing transparency to government spending, Adam Andrzejewski (Angie-f-ski), born in Herscher, IL. comes from a hardworking family farm community; he is an NIU graduate, successful businessman, and a respected government watchdog.

Adam Andrzejewski

Adam Andrzejewski

In 2010, Adam ran for Governor of Illinois in the Republican primary. Despite a close loss on Election Day, Adam founded to help fulfill his campaign pledge; he promised to post “every dime online in real time.”

Today, contains over 300 million lines of government spending with the goal of acquiring 1 billion lines within the year. Currently posted is nearly all disclosed federal checkbook vendor spending since 2000.

Recently Adam filed a lawsuit vs. Republican Comptroller Judy Baar-Topinka to successfully force open the last 17 years of line-by-line State of Illinois checkbook spending. In 2013, the Edgar County Watchdogs & allies are credited with firings/resignations of 38 public officials or elected officials from their positions.

This is a special opportunity to hear about and look at our Illinois with the transparent vision Adam has in his focus on a life of public service.

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Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Gather in 6:30pm; Program begins at 7:00pm
Willow Room
Huntley Park District
12015 Mill Street (off Rt 47)
Huntley, IL 60142


Transparency Champion Adam Andrzejewski Speaking to Huntley Tea Party — 2 Comments

  1. Let’s see if any of these people will be in attendance.

    It might do them some good but I doubt it.

    When the “Board” took a vote it was obvious this list of members are NOT working in the best interest of the tax payers.

    Voting for LESS transparency were:

    Michele Aavang
    Nick Chirikos
    Sue Draftkorn
    Joe Gottemoller
    Tina Hill
    Ken Koehler
    Mary McCann
    Mary McClellan
    Anna May Miller
    Robert Nowak
    Carolyn Schofield
    Paula Yensen
    This, pretty much, says it all. These people are NOT our friends.

  2. Every taxing district needs a watchdog.

    In most taxing districts there is not a single watchdog.

    The press doesn’t have the resources to watchdog.

    So listen to Andrew, pick up a few watchdog tips, and pick a taxing district to watchdog.

    The most important requirements of being a watchdog?

    Not knowledge, not expertise, not skills.

    Rather, stamina, perseverance, and the ability to treat the criminals with respect while they are robbing you blind.

    Their object is to wear you down and watch you fade into the sunset after a few years, which happens 98% of the time.

    There are always exceptions.

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