Kenneally Mails Fourth Piece

McHenry County State’s Attorney candidate Patrick Kenneally doesn’t seem to be taking anything for granted. I think his fourth post card–a big one–arrive yesterday. The back compares Kenneally’s qualifications with those of his opponent, who is unnamed, on the followed … Continue reading

Judge Cowlin Hit with Campaign Literature Lack of ID Complaint

Steve Reick discovered two years ago that campaign pieces must tell who paid for it. One of his opponent State Rep. Jack Franks’ supporters complained that Reick’s billboard did not give that information. In the next billboard, Rieck put what … Continue reading

Spending Money Like Water

Dan Proft’s Liberty Principals PAC is pouring tens of thousands of dollars into the campaigns of State Senate candidate Dan McConchie and State Rep. candidate Allen Skillicorn. Will Skillicorn’s ads show up on The Wheel of Fortune? Here is what … Continue reading

Proft Mails Second Piece Trying to ID Urlacher as Too Close to Democrats

Dan Proft’s PAC, Liberty Principles PAC, has mailed a second piece attacking Casey Urlacher. The message he wants imprinted in voters’ minds is that Urlacher is too close to Democrats. Again contributor¬†connections to Democratic Party Governors Rod Blagojevich and Pat … Continue reading

McConchie Supporter Sends Comparison Mailing

An independent expenditure from Illinois Restoration Political Action Committee financed a mailing last week for State Senate candidate Dan McConchie. It’s a comparison piece trying to pin the donkey on McConchie’s opponents. It echoes Dan Proft’s PAC’s attack on Urlacher … Continue reading

Independent Committee Sends Senatorial Candidate Comparison Piece

A newly-formed committee called the “Committee for Bold Leadership in Illinois” popped up on February 8th. It was formed by former Barrington Hills resident Jonathan Knight. He served briefly as a Republican Precinct Committeeman in Algonquin Township near Haegers Bend. … Continue reading