The last three weeks of the campaign to determine which Republican can challenge AND WIN against Lauren Underwood depends on nominating the right candidate out of two
It’s the last three weeks of the primary campaign, and in the race for the 14th district Republican nomination, the field of seven candidates has effectively been whittled down to two — State Senators Jim Oberweis and Sue Rezin.
All empirical polling data and the spending patterns of the candidates point to an Oberweis-Rezin showdown over the final three weeks of the primary campaign. The other five candidates, including flush-with-campaign-cash Ted Gradel, are at this point playing spoilers with their campaigns of conservative platitudes but no record to prove they can actually implement conservative policies since they’ve never served in elective public office.
And make no mistake, the general election in November is Congresswoman Lauren Underwood’s to lose.
History alone, particularly no Democratic incumbent member of Congress seeking reelection in Illinois in a presidential election year has lost to a Republican since the 1992 John Cox-Don Manzullo general, shows the last time an Illinois Republican successfully flipped a Democratic seat with the Democrat seeking reelection was 28 years ago.
With U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign for the presidency appearing, after this past weekend’s lopsided Nevada caucus victory, an inevitability of a Sanders presidential nomination on the first ballot, in spite of the panic many Democrats expressed since Saturday, the Left is working to redefine “socialism” and distinguish it from something they call “Democratic socialism” or “social Democrat”.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, who’s openly backing Jim Oberweis in the 14th, tweeted the following brief video yesterday, but notice how a local Indivisible community organizer responds to Senator Rubio’s video, which tips the hand of the Left going into the general election particularly with Bernie Sanders atop the ticket:
Some might think that the lie of the definition of “social democrats” will not work here in the United States of America, but we live in a country where marriage has been redefined and the number of genders has grown beyond what the Bible teaches of God making only two genders, man and woman, into over 100+.
Put another way, if marriage and genders can be redefined, socialism can be redefined too, and the younger generations of Millennials and Generation Z have bought the lie of the distortion according to nearly all polling on this topic.
What does this have to do with the 14th congressional district Republican primary and the need to choose the best candidate between Jim Oberweis and Sue Rezin? EVERYTHING!
Yesterday, Congresswoman Underwood addressed the City Club of Chicago to a sold-out house, and the answer to a question about the Democratic presidential candidates made headlines. The video is queued to the Q&A which begins with the presidential question including Underwood’s follow-up given all the murmuring her initial answer created.
After watching Underwood answer all the Q&A, it is strongly suggested to watch/listen to the entire video of Underwood:
Why should you watch the first 25+ minutes of Underwood’s appearance at the City Club yesterday? Because Underwood outlines yet another significant policy initiative that has already shown to have “bipartisan” support, and it is in the area of “healthcare” and “maternal health”.
That means in addition to her aggressive prescription drugs prices “Five Point Plan” she launched in October, in the coming months, Underwood will be launching what she is calling a “Momnibus” legislation for womens health.
For 14th congressional district Republican primary voters, keep in mind this is something either Jim Oberweis or Sue Rezin will have to face when one of them wins the primary, and primary voters must choose the best one.
NOTE: If you do not agree that the 14th congressional district Republican primary is a race between Jim Oberweis or Sue Rezin, by all means, send your evidence to Cal Skinner or me that proves otherwise. We won’t mind being wrong, but proof must stand up to discernment and right now 3 weeks out, the 14th is a 2-person contest between Oberweis and Rezin.