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Time to Vote! Need a Cheat Sheet? We Have Scorecards for Gov, Senate, Treasurer

We know you’re pressed for time and your life is so crazed you’re having trouble remembering who said what when, and how that compares to the other guys, so we’ve put it all together for you.

Uh oh. Have you checked the calendar lately? Yup, it’s bad. Primary Election Day is next week and if you care about your home and our government, you really need to get involved, do some studying and vote. You’re gonna need an Election Scorecard to keep up.

Well, we’re here to try to help.

Still not sure who all is running, where they’re at on the big questions, what they claim they’re going to do for us, or perhaps, to us?

We’ve got the rundown for you on some key challenges in the major contested statewide races for governorU.S. Senate and treasurer.

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McCloud March 14, 2014 at 03:36 PM
I'd heard Rauner was for Cancer. www.whitevandriversatelectiontime.com
Phaedrus Pirsig March 14, 2014 at 03:49 PM
Doremus, what Kool Aid? You haven't give one legitimate argument or bit of information that would give a non-union person reason to not vote for Rauner. Your are only here to defend your pension. Why would expect people who are fated to get social security to not vote for the only candidate that may bring pension reform. You want our taxes raised even though it won't help your position. You are a monster.
McCloud March 14, 2014 at 03:52 PM
I'd say more of a slimy cockroach.
Doremus Jessup March 14, 2014 at 03:56 PM
You can always tell when you have won the argument when they start calling you names.
Phaedrus Pirsig March 14, 2014 at 04:10 PM
You can always tell who lost when they don't answer the charge.

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