GOP Tries to Turn Out the Vote in Steve Reick’s District

Lots and lots of mail which I can’t get to for a while.

This one is interesting, though.

It is the State Republican Party realizing that a large turnout in Steve Reick’s State Rep. District is a good thing.

It also helps the entire Republican ticket, not something that the State Party usually cares about.

I wonder why the early voting venues other than the County Administrative Building and the one in Marengo are not listed.


GOP Tries to Turn Out the Vote in Steve Reick’s District — 6 Comments

  1. Vote early, did it.

    A vote for Steve Reick
    IS a vote AGAINST Madigan !

  2. McHenry residents’ mailer had Woodstock and McHenry voting locations on the mailer.

    Must be customized.

  3. Go Steve Go.

    Notice that his radio commercial channels JAck Franks and Steve will continue, and improve upon, Jack’s record of improvement over the Stooges the Goode Olde Boyz put up over the years (Schaeffer, Hughes, Klemm, Brown….)

  4. Jacko made NO IMPROVEMENTS
    And he CAN’T do the MATH to
    Understand all the pension
    Crap that Madigan rammed
    Down EVERYONE’s throats.

    Illinois DEBT is why corporations,
    Businesses & people are fleeing
    In droves.

    Madigan & Frank’s are directly
    responsible for this mess !

    Wake up & smell the debt & taxes.

  5. Michael J Madigan is a Democrat candidate for the 22nd District State Representative.

    There is no Republican opponent.

    The 22nd District covers an area near Midway Airport.

    After the newly elected State Representatives take office in January as part of the 100th Illinois General Assembly, they will vote whom among themselves will be Speaker of the House (#1 position in the State House of Representatives).

    Michael J Madigan was first elected Speaker of the House in 1983, in the 83rd Illinois General Assembly.

    Each General Assembly is 2 years, matching the 2 year term for a State Representative).

    He was re-elected in the next 5 General Assemblies, until 1995, when the Republicans had a majority in the House and Republican Lee Daniels was elected Speaker.

    So during that stint, Michael Madigan was House Speaker for 12 years.

    In 1997, the Democrats once again had a majority in the House and Michael J Madigan was again elected House Speaker.

    He has held that position ever since, for an additional 20 years.

    Thus Michael Madigan has been House Speaker for an astounding 32 years.

    Needless to say, Michael Madigan is against term limits.


    For each of the 9 terms he has been in office (a term in the State House is 2 years), State Representative Jack Franks voted for Michael J Madigan to be Speaker of the House.

    That would be:

    91st General Assembly, 1999 – 2000

    92nd General Assembly, 2001 – 2002

    93rd General Assembly, 2003 – 2004

    94th General Assembly, 2005 – 2006

    95th General Assembly, 2007 – 2008

    96th General Assembly, 2009 – 2010

    97th General Assembly, 2011 – 2012

    98th General Assembly, 2013 – 2014

    99th General Assembly, 2015 – 2016

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