Not a Big Enough Tent for Pritzker’s Failed Record

The 2022 election won’t be a referendum on the politics in the Republican party, but on the governing record of Gov. Pritzker.

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One Year Without Madigan

More tax hikes, skyrocketing crime rates, failure to contain the COVID crisis, school closures, and more.

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Pritzker’s Failure to Contain COVID

Pritzker got it all wrong.

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The Question is Can Pritzker Beat Anyone

2022 will be a referendum on Governor Pritzker and his performance, and so far, things don't look good for the incumbent.

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Candidates running against the status-quo up and down the ticket can win in Illinois in 2022.

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Not a Big Enough Tent for Pritzker’s Failed Record

January 20, 2022 By: Katie Clancy The growing Republican Primary for governor is a reflection of the growing Illinois electorate hungry for change. While the focus of political provecautors and some members of the media is the politics within the Republican party, Illinois families are looking for the ...
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For three years, Gov. Pritzker and his buddies in Springfield have taken more money out of your bank account, have shut down your businesses and your child’s schools, and have made our communities less safe. Our families cannot withstand another four years of this failed leadership. And now ...
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For three years, Gov. Pritzker and his buddies in Springfield have taken more money out of your bank account, have shut down your businesses and your child’s schools, and have made our communities less safe. Our families cannot withstand another four years of this failed leadership. Join us ...
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Illinois received $8 billion in COVID relief funds from the federal government. Instead of giving Pritzker more power over more tax dollars, Illinois families who have been struggling with the rising costs of every day goods due to inflation deserve tax relief.

State Reps. Avery Bourne and Tom Demmer proposed giving Illinois families $400 in tax credits to lighten the burden. Gov. Pritzker completely dismissed the idea of giving families any sort of tax relief.

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State Representative - District 47

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Michael T. Marron is a Republican member of the Illinois House of Representatives from the 104th district. The 104th district includes parts of Champaign and Vermilion counties in east-central Illinois.

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