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Marked by the State Seal, this page is for organizing events and outreach for all of the Illinois Regions. This state group is intended for Illinois Patriots with focused discussion, events and attendance possibilities.

Members: 87
Latest Activity: Feb 21

Here is the Illinois Election Guide for 2012.
http://teapartyorg.ning.com/page/illinois-election-guide


The Candidates listed include your State Government as well as your Federal Government candidates.

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REMOVE THE MOSQUE IN THE CAPITAL BUILDING

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Your infidel taxpayer dollars at work! The dome on Capitol Hill will be gilded in no short order. Where is the separation of mosque and state? Head slap! There s no separation. Mosque is state. (hat…Continue

Solutions

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Illinois Elections - Tue Feb 2

Started by John Ward Feb 1, 2010. 0 Replies

Who are people voting for tomorrow?

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Comment by Bob J Criswell on January 18, 2010 at 6:17pm
You can help Scott Brown win the Special Election for U.S. Senate no matter whether you live in Massachusetts or anywhere else in the nation.

*If you live in Massachusetts or a surrounding state: The campaign is going to need a lot of volunteers for "Get Out The Vote" efforts on Monday and Tuesday. We need 100+ supporters of the Tea Party Express to volunteer. Contact the Scott Brown campaign headquarters at: 781-444-0200.

*If you live outside of the area: There are two ways you can help that will make a dramatic impact on turning out the vote for Scott Brown.

FIRST: The most valuable way to help is to contact all of your friends, family members or acquaintances who you think or know are supporting Scott Brown. Or willing to hear you out. Contact them via email, Twitter, phone call, Facebook or carrier pigeon.

When you find a supporter, make sure they are not just voting on Monday, but get them to bring others to the polls as well to vote for Brown.

The Tea Party Express has over 350,000 members and supporters nationwide. If each of us can help get 2 voters to go to the polls in Massachusetts it will have a huge impact.

SECOND: The campaign has launched a "Call From Home" program where you can receive call lists and make calls to Massachusetts voters right from your own home. To sign up - CLICK HERE.



*Finally, the online victory party on Tuesday night will be taking place at our Facebook group. We will have all the latest news, election results and forums where you and other Scott Brown supporters can interact. To be a part of what we are hoping will be a great celebration of victory, just log on Tuesday night to our Facebook group here: http://www.Facebook.com/OurCountryPAC
Comment by Sling Blade on January 18, 2010 at 5:41pm
Thank you for the welcome, Steve. I'm going to spread thr word at work; maybe we can get a few more people. The only problem is too many are complacent concerning their liberty unless they are directly threatened. Can't miss American Idol, you know.
Comment by Sling Blade on January 18, 2010 at 4:18pm
I was unaware this group existed until I saw an ad endorsing Scott Brown on Fox this afternoon. I know many people would join if they knew of this organization. What can we do to get our message out?
Comment by Bob J Criswell on January 17, 2010 at 2:02pm
Comment by Tea Party Founder on January 17, 2010 at 10:25am
Bob - Thanks for this info. I agree the Union members need to standup for America, even if their Union Bosses don't.
Comment by Bob J Criswell on January 17, 2010 at 10:24am
What Sarah Said: Fri at 9:45am

Union Brothers and Sisters:
Your Leadership Doesn’t Get It – You Deserve Better

In the latest to come out of D.C.’s backroom health care deals, President Obama yesterday cut a doozy of a deal with labor union bosses. The fed’s health care plan must be so bad that even union bosses had to go to D.C. to say they wanted out. So... to keep their support for a flawed plan they got an exemption to provisions in the deal that others did not. Small business owners, our families running America’s mom & pops, did not get this deal. Ask yourself: why did union bosses get special treatment? And when did our country’s unions get on the wrong track with moves like this that hurt their good members and put them in such a bad light?

Good hard-working, pro-free-market, pro-America union members should join in opposition to their union bosses’ sweetheart deal. Coming from a union background and living in a world with many union memberships among my family and friends, I know that average members will be embarrassed by their bosses’ deal, which basically only delays the heavy tax on their health care plans until 2018 and in the meantime unfairly leaves many fellow Americans in a much less “enviable” position.

Union members don’t want to stick it to non-union colleagues in the private and public sector. Their union leadership is not helping them in the long run, they’re certainly not helping the rest of America, and unfortunately some union bosses are making all union members look bad, selfish, and anti-business with this Big Government backroom deal.

I know that ordinary union members don’t want to hurt their fellow Americans, just as ordinary Nebraskans didn’t want to stick it to the rest of the country with a sweetheart deal on Medicaid subsidies. I urge union members to make their voices heard. Please, call your leadership – don’t put up with these special-interest politics – tell them to fight for all Americans who want common sense health care reform, not this flawed boondoggle.

- Sarah Palin
Comment by Bob J Criswell on January 3, 2010 at 3:06pm
Victory or Death the secret password of George Washington, we all must make this our agenda as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtjfMjjce2Y
Comment by Bob J Criswell on December 31, 2009 at 9:21am
Dec. 31, 2009 What kind of health does congress get and at what cost?
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=5382782n
Comment by Bob J Criswell on December 30, 2009 at 2:26pm
FYI SENATE SEAT UP FOR RE-ELECTION 2010

Burris, Roland W. – (D – IL) Class III 387 RUSSELL SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510 (202) 224-2854 Web Form: burris.senate.gov/contact/contact.cfm -- Continue to think Mark Kirk is slightly overrated. Even if it's a fairly bad cycle for Democrats, not sure it will be bad enough for them to start losing open-seat races in the President's home state.
Comment by Bob J Criswell on December 29, 2009 at 3:06pm
FYI HOUSE SEATS UP FOR RE-ELECTION 2010

Illinois

• Illinois' 10th congressional district - open seat:
Five-term Republican Congressman Mark Kirk has announced he will opt out of reelection in the House and instead will pursue a campaign for the United States Senate. Although his move pleased Senate Republicans, it may be difficult for House Republicans to hold onto a seat in a Democratic-leaning district that covers suburban Chicago. Democrats who hope to take the seat include State Representative Julie Hamos, businessman Dan Seals (who Kirk defeated in 2006 and 2008), and attorney Elliot Richardson. Announced Republican candidates include State Representative Elizabeth Coulson, and attorney Bill Cadigan.

• Debbie Halvorson (D) of Illinois' 11th congressional district:
Freshman Democrat Debbie Halvorson represents the 11th district of Illinois, which voted for Obama in 2008 over McCain 53%-45%, a much smaller margin than other districts in his home state, and went for George W. Bush in 2004. Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran Adam Kinzinger will seek the seat in 2010, and is supported by the Republican establishment.

• Bill Froster (D) of Illinois' 14th congressional district:
Two-term Democrat Bill Froster represents a district that was once held by former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert. Even so, the district has Republican leanings. Hastert's son, attorney Ethan Hastert, is considering running.
 

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