Tag: Sen. Kirk Dillard

Watch Jeff Berkowitz and Terry Martin discuss the national humiliation & foreign policy/national security implications of the U. S. & allied total withdrawal from & defeat in Afghanistan; key IL energy and re-map legislative issues, as well as possible four additional entrants in the next 6 weeks to the 2022 GOP Gov primary (Cable/Web)

Jeff Berkowitz: We will certainly hear from Jesse Sullivan [as a GOP GOV candidate] on Labor Day week, the week of Sep. 6…comes from downstate Petersburg, IL…great wife, four young kids…has a lot of verbal dexterity… [life motto seems to be [“Faith, family and service.”] This week’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs airs... Read more »

Better than Breaking Bad: Watch Berkowitz w/the woman sure to be the first female IL Governor- State Rep. Jeanne Ives. Web and on Cable in Chicago tonight

Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz features State Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton), who is the odds on favorite to be the first female governor of the State of Illinois.  The shows airs throughout the City of Chicago at 8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 21 (CANTV).  You can also watch the... Read more »

The morning political buzz-- Bill Brady likely to become Republican gubernatorial nominee this afternoon

It is expected that the Illinois Board of Elections will certify State Senator Bill Brady (R-Bloomington) this morning as the Illinois Republican nominee for Governor, 31 days after the Primary election.  The margin of victory is expected to be in the 200 vote range. Further, it is expected that the runner-up to Brady in the six candidate field,... Read more »

Do the Democrats really think Bill Brady would be easy to beat?

Salivating for Brady? Eric Zorn, and no doubt many others in the largely left of center mainstream media (“MSM”), appears to be salivating at the prospect that Senator Bill Brady will hang on to his 400 vote lead over Senator Dillard.  But, Zorn says the Democrats are the ones who would much rather have their... Read more »