Can conservatives win elections?

The answer is yes, and an Illinois Policy Institute conference will examine how on Saturday, June 26. Said the Institute:

Join us on Saturday, June 26, for the Illinois Policy Institute's 2010 Policy Solutions Forum, an educational conference that is free of charge for elected officials (current and future), staff, and activists. Through networking, panels, success stories and more, the forum will highlight specific policy solutions that focus on empowering individuals, families, businesses and taxpayers--and that have been proven

The forum will feature four panels on: 

  • Health Care Reform After Obamacare:  What States Can Do
  • Spending Limits:  A Common-Sense Solution for the Budget Crisis
  • Spotlight on Springfield:  Transparency and Govt Reform in IL
  • 30,000 Kids:  The Fight for Education Reform

I will be the keynote speaker, which should in itself be worth the price of admission. Here.is the full schedule. 

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  • Why is this so strange to believe? This is Chicago and we live in a spend, spend, spend environment. We as tax payers know that this is wrong.Support these conservatives,we desperately need them.Money does not grow on trees....

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