Committee to Elect Darren Bailey
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Darren Bailey looks at the numbers uncovered in a new Pew Charitable Trusts study about the state’s fledgling economy and concludes it all spells disaster for Illinois.
Darren Bailey insists the verdict is already in on all the legislators and candidates known to take massive campaign contributions from powerful House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago).
That Illinois joined the likes of New York, New Jersey, California and Pennsylvania in topping the list of states with a decreasing population should come as no surprise, Republican House hopeful Darren Bailey argues.
Republican House hopeful Darren Bailey shudders to think of what could be.
Republican candidate Darren Bailey applauds the courage of the more than 300 Chicago Public Schools (CPS) system employees who have ceased paying union dues in the wake of the recent Supreme Court decision in the Janus case.
Republican House hopeful Darren Bailey is convinced it will take a GOP majority in Springfield for Illinois to have any chance of freeing itself from the state’s financial stranglehold.
Darren Bailey thinks his lack of experience makes him the most qualified candidate because it shows that he is not part of the inherent corruption of politics.
Darren Bailey stands ready to embrace the role his supporters have cast him in.
Republican House hopeful Darren Bailey believes that too many Springfield lawmakers have the wrong mindset when it comes to generating revenue and spending.
Darren Bailey wants to know where the outrage is.
A proposed Chicago City Council ordinance that would fine and penalize businesses for failing to provide proper notice for schedule changes has Darren Bailey seething with determination.
Darren Bailey argues Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s latest attempt to save the city from its ongoing pension crisis should seal his fate in his upcoming re-election battle.
Darren Bailey argues there should be only one set of rules governing how pension benefits for all retiring teachers across the state are administered.
Republican House hopeful Darren Bailey reasons the numbers speak for themselves in the debate over what sparked Illinois’ dire pension crisis.
Republican state House candidate Darren Bailey is looking to take Springfield by storm.
Republican candidate Darren Bailey thinks Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino represents everything that’s wrong with Springfield government.
Although Illinois was spared from becoming the first state to receive a junk credit rating from Moody’s Investors Service, Republican state House candidate Darren Bailey doesn’t think it does the state any favors.
Republican candidate Darren Bailey doesn’t think it’s enough to merely continue voicing his displeasure with the 2017 state budget that carries a record-setting 32 percent permanent income tax hike.
The number of taxpayer-funded abortions increased by 274 percent over the first six months of this year compared to last year, leaving Republican candidate Darren Bailey sick to his stomach.
Darren Bailey worries about what the future could hold for Illinois’ financial struggles.