Posts tagged "Andy McKenna"

Can Gery Chico throw an education punch to force a run-off in Chicago's Mayoral race?

Fox-WVON Chicago Mayoral Forum Last night was the first televised forum to include all six Chicago Mayoral candidates, sponsored by WFLD-Fox, the Chicago Urban League and Harriet’s Daughters. The hour long forum, hosted by Kennedy-King College on Chicago’s south side, was aired live at 9:30 pm on Chicago’s local Fox station and on WVON radio.... Read more »

Blood Sport to replace Mayor Daley: When Everything feels like the movies, yeah, you bleed just to know you're alive.

The Chicago Mayoral election will be the most interesting political race in Illinois since the 2004 U. S. Senate Primaries.  Of course, that is damning with faint praise. 2006 – 2010 Illinois election lowlights  Were the 2006 Republican or Democratic Gubernatorial Primaries in Illinois of much interest? Not so much. The 2006 Gubernatorial general election... Read more »

Better than Chris Wallace w/Palin: Berkowitz w/State Treasurer Candidate Dan Rutherford, cable and streaming

The “Public Affairs,” show featuring State Senator Dan Rutherford, Republican Party Nominee for State Treasurer (R-Pontiac), is airing throughout the City of Chicago this evening, Monday, at 8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 21. ************************************************* The “Public Affairs,” show featuring State Senator Dan Rutherford, Republican Party nominee for State Treasurer, is also airing tonight at 7:30 pm, and on Tuesday and   Wednesday afternoon on... Read more »

The final odds in the Illinois Republican Gubernatorial Primary

Andy Mckenna, 4 to 1 What can you say, there is no other way to describe Andy McKenna other than as the money candidate. Unlike his 2004 Republican Primary U. S. Senate bid, where he spent 2.5 million dollars of his own money and a similar amount from his friends and family for a 4th place finish and 14%... Read more »

The IL GOP, Fired up and Ready to Go?

The State GOP’s leader Borrowing a favorite chant of then presidential candidate, Barack Obama, it appears that the State GOP is “Fired up and ready to go.” Further, by the end of Tuesday, it will become the party of diversity, at least when it come to having picked its leader. After all, the real leader of the state GOP, at... Read more »