Monthly Archives: March 2012

County Chairmen Prepare to Appoint Eddy Successor

The eight county chairmen of the counties comprising the 109th Illinois House district are scheduled meet on April 14 to vote on a successor to Roger Eddy, who withdrew from the recent primary and resigned his position. By law successors … Continue reading

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Eddy Resigns from Illinois House

Illinois House member Roger Eddy (R-Hutsonville) has resigned as Representative of the 109th District, effective March 22. Eddy was forced to withdraw from the Republican primary for the new 110th district when his stunning level of corruption became widely known. … Continue reading

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Brad Halbrook vs Kevin Garner, Illinois 110th House: Halbrook

Loren Heal, Precinct Committeeman in Neoga, Cumberland County: Brad Halbrook is a Tea Partier and also a county Republican chairman in Shelby County. He’s been married to his wife Linda for 30 years and operates a successful farm fencing business. … Continue reading

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Manzullo vs Kinzinger — Manzullo

Published on: Mar 9, 2012 10:01 Update: typo fixes and bumped Having looked at the relative records of the two Republican candidates in IL-16,  I endorse Don Manzullo. Adam Kinzinger got elected as a Tea Party candidate in 2010, then … Continue reading

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Rick Santorum Southern Illinois Tour

Southern Illinois Campaign Tour March 17, 2012 Update: due to scheduling, security, and other concerns, the Fairview Heights and Vandalia events have been cancelled, and the time for the Effingham event has been moved up. (PDF version here) Rick Santorum … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz Advancing in Texas Senate Race

US Senate candidate from Texas Ted Cruz has an opponent that’s hard to find. For over two weeks, Cruz has been asking his meek opponent, Lt. Gov David Dewhurst, for a debate. At issue is whether Dewhurst called for an … Continue reading

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