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  • WikiLeaks: Hillary pressured Illinois to change its primary as a ‘political favor’

    10/14/2016 6:22:21 PM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 1 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 11/14/16 | Dan Calabrese
    Reason: Make it harder for a "moderate Republican" to win. We already know that the Clintons and the DNC conspired to rig the Democrat primary race. I guess Clinton cheating quickly qualifies as “old news” and gives the media an excuse not to talk about it. But did you know that Hillary tried to rig the Republican primary race too? Then again, why should that surprise you? Of course she would, if she could. And according to the latest release from WikiLeaks, she thought she could: Hillary Clinton’s campaign tried to move the Illinois presidential primary to a later date,...
  • Victory and Defeat - When it's in Your Hands... and Mark Kirk's

    08/05/2015 12:20:14 PM PDT · by jfd1776 · 60 replies
    Illinois Review ^ | August 5, 2015 A.D. | John F. Di Leo
    Reflections – and a bit of a primer – on Illinois’ next U.S. Senate race… Parties sometimes get a bum rap. Oh, not always; there’s a lot that political parties do that makes them deserve everything said about them. The Democratic Party, for example, is now so uniformly socialist that, when asked on-camera to list any differences between a modern Democrat and a socialist, DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D, FL) was unable to identify any. The Republican Party isn’t that easy to categorize. The GOP is the only major party to the right of the Democrats, so it basically...
  • Santorum outgunned 7 to 1 in Illinois, 21 to 1 in Chicago media market

    03/20/2012 9:34:24 AM PDT · by Kazan · 33 replies · 1+ views
    The Politico ^ | 3/19.2012 | Alexander Burns
    Rick Santorum’s campaign and super PAC have been outspent by a margin of 7 to 1 in the Illinois primary, with forces supporting Mitt Romney shelling out a total of about $3.7 million on the airwaves, according to a GOP media-buying source. Romney’s campaign has spent $1,117,704 million in Illinois while the super PAC Restore Our Future has put in $2.556,353 million. The Santorum campaign spent a comparatively modest $219,961 and the super PAC backing Santorum, the Red White and Blue Fund, put in $312,150. The gulf was even more enormous in the crucial, expensive Chicago media market. There, Romney’s...
  • Illinois Republican Primary

    03/20/2012 5:25:48 PM PDT · by Engraved-on-His-hands · 23 replies
    New York Times ^ | March 20, 2012 | Staff
    The Race in Illinois Mitt Romney and his allies have pounded Rick Santorum on television and radio, especially in the expensive market of Chicago, where the suburban vote could prove decisive for Mr. Romney. Mr. Santorum was still hoping for a strong vote from downstate Illinois — abutting two states where he won, Iowa and Missouri — but his aides indicated that their hopes were fading in light of the heavy advertising campaign against him. Mr. Romney’s aides believe a comfortable victory could be at hand on Tuesday, but Mr. Santorum and the rest of the field showed no signs...
  • BREAKING ELECTION FRAUD: Why Did ABC-TV Post Illinois GOP Primary Results 24 Hours Early?!

    03/20/2012 10:06:56 AM PDT · by bigbob · 9 replies
    SGT News ^ | 3-20-12 | SGT
    On the eve before the GOP Illinois primary, one might ask: How the hell does SGTreport have election results for a Republican primary in Illinois which has yet to take place? We have long argued that the fix is in, but this… um… leaves us speechless. Posted tonight – MONDAY, March 19th – on the web site of Chicago ABC News Affiliate WLS-TV are the following election results, clearly labeled as “Illinois Races, Federal Offices”. If we have this wrong, please let us know why this information exists in ANY form. Or, if we are indeed living in a banana...
  • Send Them a Message in Illinois and Beyond!

    03/20/2012 9:32:37 AM PDT · by Mountain Mary · 15 replies | 3/20/12 | Richard Viguerie
    Rick Santorum: Send Them A Message in Illinois – and Beyond By Richard A. Viguerie | 3/20/12 Rick Santorum’s campaign in Illinois – once again being outspent 10 to 1 by the Mitt Romney attack machine – is powered by a simple theme: Send Them A Message. Santorum’s rise as the conservative alternative to establishment moderate Mitt Romney isn’t an accident or the result of a slick advertising campaign. Rick is where he is because grassroots movement conservatives and Tea Party voters across America have had it with the establishment Republican Party, and its business-as-usual insiders of the Wall Street...
  • Rick Santorum: If I Win The Illinois Primary, I Win The Nomination

    Rick Santorum: If I Win The Illinois Primary, I Win The Nomination By Andrew Rafferty EFFINGHAM, Ill. -- Rick Santorum on Saturday guaranteed that a win in the Illinois primary will result in his nomination as the Republican presidential nominee. "This is a primary, and turnout is everything. You do your job, you do your job, then this is the pledge," Santorum said. "If we're able to come out of Illinois with a huge or surprise win, I guarantee you, I guarantee you that we will win this nomination." Illinois has largely been predicted to favor Mitt Romney for Tuesday's...
  • Paul, Santorum, Perry problems with Illinois petitions (may not be on ballots)

    01/12/2012 4:44:17 PM PST · by mnehring · 14 replies
    WASHINGTON--GOP White House hopefuls Rick Perry and Ron Paul did not file correctly for the March 20 Illinois presidential primary "beauty contest," leaving them open to a challenge that could knock them off the ballot. Illinois law requires candidates to file using their home addresses. Paul, a Texas congressman used an address in Virgnia and Perry, the Texas governor used a post office box in Austin, Texas for an address. Newt Gingrich, Paul, Perry, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and Buddy Roemer all filed the required 3,000 signatures. Jon Huntsman skipped Illlinois.
  • Kirk, Giannoulias win party primaries

    02/02/2010 8:00:17 PM PST · by freespirited · 8 replies · 492+ views
    ABC ^ | 02/02/10
    Rep. Mark Kirk declared himself the winner of the GOP Senate primary. Alexi Giannoulias is expected to the same shortly for the Democrats. Kirk addressed his supporters at 9:15 p.m. Tuesday. The North Shore congressman Kirk easily won the Republican primary. GOP voters nominated the five-term congressman Tuesday. With 64 percent of precincts reporting, Kirk had 58 percent. Alexi Giannoulias, who led the polls throughout the campaign, is ahead in the Democratic primary. The closest competitor in the race, David Hoffman, called to concede to Giannoulias around 9:50 p.m. Giannoulias is expected to talk soon. Republicans are eager to make...
  • It's Time to Take It Back Obama's Senate Seat

    01/23/2010 1:06:59 PM PST · by JustPiper · 34 replies · 890+ views
    One year ago Barack Obama became the 44th President of the United States. He took office and began implementing his agenda of “change.” This agenda could be summarized as: “Government taking control.” This year we have a chance to fix what is broken, stop massive government spending, and put an end to a Washington that is only interested in helping Washington. This year is not about Illinois or Massachusetts. It is not about Florida or California. This year is about taking our liberty back from a government that is taking it away through rapid growth. It is about taking our...
  • ATTN ILLINOIS: February 2nd 2010 Primary Election Voter Guide for ILLINOIS

    Illinois Family Institute has come out with their voter guide for 2010 Primary's in Illinois, see how how canditate will vote on key issues. 2010 Voter Guide | Senate & U.S. Congressional Candidate Survey Questions U.S. Congressional candidates were asked if they Support or Oppose: 1 | Tax Increase/Cap and Trade — will tax energy consumption to combat “global warming.” (American Clean Energy and Security Act - 2009) 2 | “Hate Crimes” legislation — allows 2 identical crimes to be prosecuted differently if one victim is homosexual, a cross dresser or transsexual. (H.R.1913 - 2009) 3 | Employment Non-Discrimination Act...
  • Turnout low; confusion high **[Illinois Primary Election]**

    03/19/2002 12:58:45 PM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 101 replies · 679+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | 3-19-02 | GARY WISBY STAFF REPORTER
    Turnout was light at midday with about 25 percent of registered voters in the Chicago area casting votes in primary elections marked by few problems at polling places. Congressional redistricting seemed to cause the greatest turmoil. McHenry County Clerk Kathy Schultz called the 25 percent turnout there “a little below normal.” It was 30 percent two years ago. “Absentees were way down,” she said. Turnout was running 25 percent to 27 percent in DuPage County, said Pat Bond, election board legal counsel. About 85 percent of the voters were Republican, he said. Will County Clerk Jan Gould was predicting a...