President – Ted Cruz. While I have some reservations about the Senator, I do respect that of all the remaining candidates, he is the most staunch champion of the pro-life message. This is the most important issue in my mind. Ted seems to be a pretty solid conservative willing to take unpopular stances. He’s a man of principle though his views on immigration have seemed to migrate themselves. (For the record – I’m pro-amnesty). Another yuge reason I’m voting for Cruz is that I see him as our best chance against Donald Trump.
Senator – James Marter. Mark Kirk simply has to go. He is unapologetically pro-choice and voting against defunding Planned Parenthood. It would be charitable to call him a conservative. Most pundits look at this seat as a potential Democratic win. So, let’s have a fighting chance and show Kirk the door.
Congress – Adam Kinzinger. I’m not a big fan of the Congressman, but there’s no one willing to give him a primary challenge on the ballot. He’s pro-life, but not passionate about it (as he once told me). He’s way too much of a war hawk interventionist for my taste. But, again, he’s the only one one the primary ballot.
State Senator – No one on the GOP ballot for me.
State Representative – No one on the GOP ballot for me.
Coroner – Bill Hintz. Hintz seems to have the most experience serving as deputy for over a decade.
County Board Chairman – Frank Haney. He’s the only one on the ballot after Scott Christiansen decided to drop out. I had the privilege of meet Mr. Haney once. I found him to be intelligent, engaging and willing to listen.
County Board – Jim Dunn. Seems like he’s serious about not taking on more debt.
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