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Monday, October 26, 2009

Election 2010 | Illinois Governor, Comptroller, Quinn Disapproval, Etc...

As the first official day of submitting petitions for Election 2010, candidates are emerging that include some blasts from the past.

Former Illinois Attorney General Jim Ryan, who lost the race for Governor to Rod Blagojevich in 2002, will enter the race for Governor. He will file on the last day petitions can be submitted, which is November 2nd.

Judy Baar Topinka, who also lost the race for Governor to Rod Blagojevich in 2006, will seek the position of Illinois Comptroller, currently occupied by Dan Hynes, who is running for the Democratic nomination of Governor against Illinois temp Governor Pat Quinn.

As Quinn tries to play politics as usual and cozy up to Chicago corruption, including Mayor Richard Daley, a new polls shows an increasing disapproval for him. 53% of Illinois disapproves of Quinn's performance.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I see where the GREEDY TEACHERS AND TEACHERS UNION are going to take their "mandated" raises in the Oswego school district again. Nevermind that the construction that they all hoped for failed or that the people now living in the district are being foreclosed at an unpresidented rate..The teachers are still going to rob you of your money via taxes and to hell with your needs. What a system. How about vouchers?

Anonymous said...

Sure, the teachers don't live within the school district bounds. Why should they care that the residents have to pay high taxes.

Anonymous said...

Unions and public employees just don't mix. Shame on Wisconson.

Anonymous said...

Dems need someone to run against the corrupt Chapa La Blago.