First there was his sign. Now in the Galesburg Register-Mail:
“We didn’t do a headcount, but there are nowhere near 60 votes (needed to pass it),” said Rep. Jack Franks, D-Woodstock. Franks is against raising the income tax.
I’ve asked via email and only Dan Duffy replied. (Maybe a reply from Mike Tryon’s legislative assistant Tina Hill counts.)
Nothing from State Senator Pam Althoff or State Rep. Mark Beaubien.
Probably time for constituents to make a call or send an email.