Posts tagged "Quinn"

Revenge of the IL public sector unions—Giving Rauner a run for his money—but AP agrees w/Berkowitz and calls it for Rauner

With about 92% of the vote counted in the IL Republican Gov Primary, it looks like Bruce Rauner will eke out a small victory of 40% to 38%, but the margin of victory may be close enough for Senator Kirk Dillard (Hinsdale) to call for an automatic recount, and the union backed Dillard may live... Read more »

Better than Charlie Rose w/ Barack Obama: Berkowitz w/ Gubernatorial Candidate Bill Brady, Cable and web

Senator Bill Brady: The truth is that the state employee cost of living increase at 3% is unsustainable. Prospectively… we have to bring the COLA more in line with reality and what we can afford. We have to say to teachers, transportation workers or state troopers… we are going to suspend the COLA this year... Read more »

Better than Dem Lt. Gov. nominee Scott Lee Cohen's prostitute girl friend appearing with Scott in a Super Bowl halftime show: Berkowitz joins Caprio on Tom Roeser's Sunday night radio show; You won't want to miss this.

After all the Superbowl treats have been eaten and drinks have been drunk on Sunday and there  is a lull in the Superbowl action, don’t despair, you will still have one big treat in store for you on Sunday.  Jeff Berkowitz will join Paul Caprio, Executive Director of Family-Pac and a leading force in the Illinois conservative... Read more »
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Gov. Quinn will win by a comfortable margin

In what will be a big surprise to everyone who has been reading the mainstream media in the run-up to Tuesday’s Democratic Gubernatorial Primary, Governor Pat Quinn will beat Comptroller Dan Hynes, winning the election by a margin of four to eight points. The most significant factor in the win will be the African-American vote, which will stick with... Read more »
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