GOP Candidate for Attorney General Pledges to Fight Corruption

As Attorney General Lisa Madigan is preparing to come to McHenry County to speak at attorney Herb Franks’ celebration of practicing law for fifty years, a press release from Paul Schimpf, the Republican candidate against Madigan, has arrived:


10th Reason to Trust a Retired Marine in 2014

Paul Schimpf

Paul Schimpf

MOLINE, IL – Republican Attorney General candidate Paul Schimpf unveiled Reason #10 of the 14 Reasons to Trust a Retired Marine in 2014 in a joint press conference with the Rock Island Republican Party in Moline, Illinois.

Reason #10 is that Paul Schimpf will prioritize anti-corruption as Attorney General. 

Schimpf is counting down these reasons leading up to the election in November.

As Attorney General, Paul Schimpf will prioritize anti-corruption efforts by instituting a policy that the AG’s office be notified and briefed within 24 hours of any alleged wrongdoing by a public official.

When Lisa Madigan first ran for Attorney General, she promised to fight public corruption.

She has been in office for over a decade during which time public corruption has only increased in Illinois.

This dismal record is conclusive proof that career politicians and political insiders don’t have the independent mindset to fight corruption.

In Illinois, corruption ignored is corruption enabled.

Illinois needs an Attorney General who will prioritize the fight against public corruption.


GOP Candidate for Attorney General Pledges to Fight Corruption — 5 Comments

  1. I will definitely be supporting and voting for Paul .

    It is because of what he wants to accomplish and his ability to do so not because he is a retired Marine.

    Love the branch of service, as my husband was a Marine and others in my family but I think the campaign is making too much of the “Trust a retired Marine slogan”

  2. Donate to his campaign if you can, even $5 or $10.

    He is fighting a Madigan machine.

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