Even as he vows not to spend too much time dwelling on it, Dan Ugaste readily admits he’s not surprised to hear rumblings about the Illinois GOP endorsement process being rigged in favor of the likes of Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Dan Ugaste is convinced the best way for the Republican Party to minimize the potential damage brought on by Illinois Lottery Control Board Chairman Blair Garber’s recent social media rebuke of East St. Louis as the “sh**hole of the universe” is for GOP leaders to face it head on.
Dan Ugaste thinks the issue of where the state of Illinois goes from here has reached such a critical point he wants voters to do their homework in knowing everything they can about the candidates they’re thinking of supporting.
Dan Ugaste feels the thought of Illinois House Minority leader Jim Durkin being aligned with several Democratic heavyweights as he wages his 2018 re-election campaign would be contrary to everything the party has set out accomplish.
Republican candidate for the 65th District Dan Ugaste feels lawmakers fighting to keep right-to-work laws out of Illinois was a bad idea even before legislators holding that position moved to criminally charge those who oppose it.
Republican candidate for the 65th District Dan Ugaste points to news that Illinois has now slipped to 49th in the country in taxpayer burden as the latest example of just how much local lawmakers have lost touch with reality.