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  1. 1. / NATIONAL RIGHT TO LIFE NEWS > 111" l.J.. ·INJ ,FromtheObamacare, whichrel/glous rightsIs of Americans, millions. opposingcover abortion and will BACK. •.rationing, to tramplingtir · I IN· .I. i ,on conscience and will provide funding for Insurance plans that bans on sex-selection lead to and partlal-blrth " abortion -Obamas extreme agenda dangerous to to even Irs TIMETO TAKE AMERICA abortion FOR LIFE! ~ Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan D Barack Obama & Joe Biden • Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan oppose • Barack Obama & Joe Blden support a policy of abortion on Obamacare and believe it must be demand, which allows abortion for any reason. Barack Obama repealed. even opposed the bill in Congress to ban abortions for sex • Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan oppose selection (these abortions almost always kill unborn baby girls) abortion on demand, and oppose (H.R. 3541, 2012). • " I > using your tax dollars to pay for abortion. • Barack Obama co-sponsored a bill which would make partial- . I birth abortion legal again and force taxpayers to pay for • Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan have abortions (S. 1173,2007). been endorsed by National Right to Ufe. • Barack Obama even voted in the Illinois Senate against bills to require care and protection for babies who are born alive during • Mitt Romney has stated, "I will be a pro-life president...1 will abortions and left to die. work with you to foster respect for innocent human life." • Mitt Romney said "on day one I will eliminate the Obama • Barack Obamas administration issued a mandate that Administration rule that compels religious institutions to compels groups, including religious schools and hospitals, to ) violate the tenets of their own faith. Such rules dont belong in the America that I believe in." provide insurance plans that cover drugs and procedures that violate their religious or moral convictions. ll~ FOR U.S. HOUSE Each of these candidates has taken a pro-life posttion, oppose Obamacare, and are supported by National Right to Life PAC. ,1 This list includes any the closest, most hotly contested pro-life IS. pro-abortion races in the states below that could elect a pro-life ". il, member to Congress! These pro-life candidates deserve the votes of a/l pro-life voters in their districts. $ ~>Arkansas Georgia Maryland New York Rhode Island ~ CD4 - Tom Cotton 86 CD9 - Doug Collins I!f COl - Andy Harris ~ CD1 - Randy Altschuler I!f C01- Brendan DohertyCalifornia ~ C012 - Lee Anderson i6 C02 - Nancy Jacobs 1!6 C011 - Michael Grimm IIr I t!6 C06 - Roscoe Bartlett ~ CD19 - Chris Gibson South Carolina ~ COl - Doug LaMalfa ~ C07 - Tom Rice InO S @ C024 - Ann Marie Buerkle 0 C07 - Dan Lungren ~ C08 - Joe Walsh Minnesota ~ C027 - Chris Collins Utah ~ COg - Ricky Gill I!fC012 - Jason Plummer ~ COl - Allen Quist ~ COlO - Jeff Denham I!f CD13 - Rodney Davis ~ C02 - John Kline North Carolina ~ C02 - Chris Stewart ~ C016 - Brian Whelan I!f C03 1!6 COB - Richard Hudson ~ CD4 - Mia Love ~ ~ C021 - David Valadao CD26 - Tony Strickland I ~ ~a CD 17 - Bobby Schilling ~ CD6 - Erik Paulsen - Michele Bachmann t!6 COB - Chip Cravaack ~ COg - Robert Pittenger I!f CD 11 - Mark Meadows Washington I; ~ COl - John Koster 1 lOt l!.l C01 - Ben Lange ~ C013 - George Holding ,~Colorado ~ C02 - John Archer New Hampshire West Virginia ~ C02 - Kevin Lundberg I!f C03 - Scott Tipton ~ CD3 - Tom Latham I!f CD4 - Steve King ~ C01- Frank Guinta Oklahoma rlC03 - Rick Snuffer I~ ~ COl - Jim Bridenstine ii6 CD6 - Mike Coffman New Jersey ~ C02 - Markwayne Mullin ~ CD7 - Joe Coors Kentucky ~ CD3 - John Runyan IiA r.n4 - Thomas Massie Iii1 C04 - Chris Smith
  2. 2. www.NRLC.ORG ~~ WWW.NRLC.ORG NATIONAl)til-birth policy i;~< ~4j,% Majority oru.s. Housevotes to 0rle unborn children KEY ~ r~g§ in nations capital. From page 18 Florida continued ... Indiana continued •• f110voting ~~~.gainst the e£. 21. Mario Diaz-Balart (R) X 2. Joe Donnelly (0) House roll call no. 539, July 31, 2012. 22. Allen West (R) X 3. Marlin Stutzman (R) Ion of the X Pro-life vote (for H.R. 3803) 23. Alcee Hastings (0) 0 4. Todd Rokita (R)this year, 24. Sandy Adams (R) X 5. DanBurton{R)ed certain 0 Pro-abortion vote (against HR 3803) 25. David Rivera (R) X 6. Mike Pence (R)der Harry 7. Andre Carson (0)a vote on NV Absent or not voting Georgia 8. Larry Bucshon (R) rompanion ~-~ 1. Jack Kingston (R) X 9. Todd Young (R)Mike Lee P Voted "present" (does not count on either side) ~r )/- 2. Sanford Bishop (0) 3. Lynn Westmoreland (R) NY NY Iowavhovoted serve the S Speaker (usually does not vote) ..J~ 4. Hank Johnson (0) NY 1. Bruce Braley (0)ving legal 5. John Lewis (0) NY 2. Dave Loebsack (D) birth. 6. Tom Price (R) X 3. Leonard Boswell (0).ite House 7. Rob Woodall (R) X 4. Tom Latham (R)lambasted 8. Austin Scott (R) NY 5. Steve King (R).or taking 9. Tom Graves (R) NYvisive so- 10. Paul Broun (R) NY Kansasing it was ~.~ 11. Phil Gingrey (R) NY 1. Tun Huelskamp (R) 12. John Barrow (0) 0 2. Lynn Jenkins (R) 13. David Scott (0) 0 3. Kevin Yoder (R) Connecticut continued ... 4. Mike Pompeo (R) & ~ .. 0 2. Joe Courtney (0) 0 0 3. Rosa DeLauro (0) 0 0 4. Jim Himes (0) 0 I 0 5. Christopher Murphy (0) 0 2. Brett Guthrie (R) 0 , Idaho 3. John Yarmuth (0) X Delaware 1. Raul Labrador (R) NY 4. Geoff Davis (R) X John Carney (D) 0 2. Mike Simpson (R) , X 5. Harold Rogers (R) X ~< }~-. 6. Ben Chandler (0) . 0 Florida Dlinois, X 1. Jeff Miller (R) X 1, Bobby Rush (0) NY Louisiana 0 2. Steve Southerland (R) X 2. Jesse Jackson (0) NY 1. Steve Scalise (R) NY 3. Corrine Brown (0) 0 3. Daniel Lipinski (D)_ X 2. Cedric Richmond (I» 0 4. Ander Crenshaw (R) NY 4. Luis Gutierrez (0) 0 3. Jeff Landry (R) , NV 5. Rich Nugent (R) X 5. Mike Quigley (0) 0 4. John Fleming (R) X 6. Cliff Steams (R) X 6. Peter Roskam (R) X 5. Rodney Alexander (R) X 7. John Mica (R) X 7, Danny Davis (0) 0 6. Bill Cassidy (R) NY 8. Daniel Webster (R) X 8. Joe Walsh (R) X 7. Charles Boustany (R) X 9. Gus Bilirakis (R) X 9. Jan Schakowsky (0) 0 , 0 10. C.W. Bill Young (R) X 10. Robert Dold (R) 0 Maine 11. Kathy Castor (0) 0 11. Adam Kinzinger (R) X .1. Chellie Pingree (D) 12. Dennis Ross (R) X 12. Jerry Costello (0) X 2. Michael Michaud (D) NY 13. Vern Buchanan (R) X 13. Judy Biggert (R) 0 0 14. Connie Mack (R) NY 14. Randy Hultgren (R) X Maryland X 15. Bill Posey (R) X 15. Timothy Johnson (R) NY 1. Andy Harris (R) X 16. Tom Rooney (R) X 16. Donald Manzullo (R) X 2. C.A. Ruppersberger (0) X 17. Frederica Wilson (0) 0 17. Bobby Schilling (R) X 3. John Sarbanes (0) X 18. Deana Ros-Lehtinen (R) X 18. Aaron Schock (R) X 4. Donna Edwards (0) 0 19. Ted Deutch (0) .0, 19. John Shimkus (R) X 5. Steny Hoyer (D) 20. Debbie WassennanSclrultz(D) 0 .o. Roscoe Bartlett (R) IndiliDa _. 7. Elijah Cummings (0)
  3. 3. Illinois Citizens for Life Ji:L November 6, 2012, lliinois General Election Information Candidates have been surveyed and rated by Illinois Citizens for Life with respect to pro-lite issues (Abortion, Euthanasia, Embryonic Stem Cell research and related issues). This was done through surveys, public statements, and/or voting records. The ratings are to the left of the listing and represent the following: 1 = Fully Pro-Life 3 = Will not support most Pro-life Issues 2 = Not in full support of all Pro-Ufe Issues 4 = Totally opposed to Pro-Life issues * = An asterisk Indicates Incumbent. # " Rape and Incest Exception U = Unknown (Old not answer or complete survey.) X = Does not have a Pro-Life position, but we do not have enough Information to enable ICL to give a number rating. If you would like further information, call lllinois Citizens for Life at 630/852-5448 or 7731583-2069. You may also send email to: icl@icl-life.com. This list does not constitute support or endorsement by Illinois Citizens for Life and cannot be used to advance the candidacyof any individual. Every effort has been made to insure the accuracy of this information. We regret any errors. In the following list an "(R)" indicates the Republican Party, a "CD)" indicates the Democrat Party, a "(G)" indicates the Green Party, an "(I)" indicates the Independent Party. an "(LY indicates the Libertarian Party. a (C) indicates the Constitution Parry, and a (DU) indicates the 10th District Unity Party. We encourage copying this information for distribution. When formulating information for your own area please keep districts intact. ICL cannot allow altering by adding or deleting an individual candidate or candidates or a change in rating. without permission. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order within rating groups without any preference to individual candidates. THIS SHEET MAY BE TAKEN INTO THE VOTING BOOTH. 9{20f2012PresidenU(Vice President) I - 14th RANDY M. HULTGREN (R) * 1 - 24th KIRK W. DILLARD (R) * U 14th DENNIS ANDERSON (D) 2 - 24th A. GHANI (D)Rating (Ralings appl) 10 P,.csidel7liallVP Candidates) - 15th ANGELA MICHAEL (D) I - 25th 11M OBERWEIS (R)1#11#· MJTTROMNEY/(PAULRYAN) (R) - 15th JOHN M. SJID.1KUS (R) * X - 25th CORINNE M. PIEROG (D)4/4 - BARACK OBAMAf(JOE BIDEN) (D) * JII - 16th ADAM KINZlNGER (R) * 1# - 26th DAN DUFFY (R) •X/U GARY JOHNSON/(JAMES P. GRAY) (L) U - 16th WANDA ROHL (D) X - 26th AMANDA HOWLAND (D)XlU JILL STEINf(HOWIE HAWKINS) (G) 1 - 17th BOBBY SCHll..LING (R) * I . 27th MATI MURPHY (R) *U. S. Congress x - 17ili CHERI B USIOS (D) x - 27th DAVID R. PAGE CD) Iff - 18th AARON SCHOCK (R) * I II - 28th 11M ODONNELL (R)Rating - District U - 18th STEVE WATERWORTH (D) 4 - 28th DANJEL W. KOTOWSKI CD) ..4 - JsI BOBBY L. RUSH (D)" x - 29th JULIE A. MORRJSON CD)U IstDONALDE.PELOQUIN(R)I - 2nd BRIAN WOODWORTH (R) State Senators U - 29th ARlE FRIEDMAN (R) Rating. District I - ~Oth DON CASTELLA CR)4 - 2ndJESSEL.JACKSON,JR.(D) * 4 - l st ANTONIO "TONY" MUNOZ (D) * 4 - 30th TERRY LINK(D)"U 2nd MARCUS LEWIS (1) 4 - 2nd WILLIAM "WILLIE" DELGADO (D) .. X - 31 st MELINDA (WILLEN) BUSH (D)1 3rd RlCHARDL GRABOWSKI (R) 4 - 3rd MATTIE HUNTER (D)" U - 31st JOE NEAL CR)1 3rd DANIEL WILLIAM LIPINSKI (D) * 4 - 4th KIMBERLY A. L1GHTFORD (0):* 2 - 32nd PAMELA ALTHOFF (R) ..4 - 4thLUlS V. GUfIERREZ (D) *" U - 5th PATRICIA VAN PELT WATKINS (D) I - 33rp KAREN McCOl.NAUGHAY (R)U - 4th HECTOR CONCEPOON (R) 4 - 6tb JOHN J. CULLERTON (D) * I - 34th FRANK M. GAMBINO (R)4 - 5th MIKE QUlGLEY (D) * 4 - 7th HEATHER A. STEANS (D) .. 4 . 34th STEVEN "STEVE" STADELMAN CD)U - 5th DAN SCHMITT (R) 48th IRA 1. SILVERSTEIN CD) .. 1 - 35th DAVE SYVERSON (R) ..U - 5th NANCY WADE (G) X 9th DANIEL BISS (0) 1 . 36th BILL ALBRACHT (R)1 - 6th PETER J. ROSKAM (R) * X - 9th GLENN FARKAS (R) 3 - 36th MJKEJACOBS (D) ..X - 6th LESLIE COOLIDGE (D) 4 10th JOHN G. MULROE (D) * I - 37th DARIN LaHOOD (R) *4 - 7th DANNY K. DAVIS (D) * 4 - II th MARTIN A. SANDOVAL CD) * 1# - 38th SUE REZIN (R) ..U - 7th JOHN H. MONAGHAN (l) U - 12th STEVEN LANDEK (D) .. X - 38th CHRlSTINE BENSON (D)U - 7th RlT A ZAK CR) 4 - 13th KW AME RAOUL (D) * 4 - 39th DON HARMON CD) *I . 8th JOE WALSH (R) * X - 14th EMIL JONES III (D) * 1 - 40th JOSEPH C. "TUCK" MARSHALL (R)4 - 8th TAMMY DUCKWORTH (D) U - 15th NAPOLEON HARRIS CD) 4 - 40th TOI W. HUfCHINSON (0) *3 . 9th JANICE D. SCHAKOWSKY CD) " 4 - 16th JACQUELINE "JACQUl" COLLINS (D) .. 4 - 41st CHRISTINERADOGNO(R)*U - 9th TIMOTHY C. WOLFE (R) 4 - 17th DONNE E. TROTTER CD) * I - 42nd PETER HURT ADO (R)3 - 10th ROBERT DOLD (R) * I - 18th BARBARA RUTRBELLAR (R) 4 - 42nd LINDA HOLMES (0) ..X - lOth BRAD SCHNEIDER CD) 1# - 18tb BILL CUNNINGHAM (D) I - 43rd SANDY JOHNSON (R)3 . II th JUDY BIGGERT (R) .. X - 19th MJCRAELE. HASTINGS CD) V - 43rd PAT McGUIRE (0) *4 - II th BILL FOSTER (0) U - 19th EDGAR MONTALVO (R) I - 44th BILL BRADY (R) *"1# - 12th JASON PLUMMER (R) 4 20th IRIS Y. MARTINEZ CD) * 1 . 45th TIM BIVINS (R) •X- 12thPAULABRADSHAW(G) I - 21st MJCHAELG. CONNELLY (R) 2 - 46th PAT SULLIVAN (R)U - 12th WILLIAM L. ENY ART (D) I - 22nd CARY COLLINS ,(R) 4 - 46th DAVE KOEHLER CD) "I - 13th RODNEY DAVIS (R) 4 22nd MICHAEL-NOLAND CD) * 1# - 47th RANDY E. FRESE (R)X 13th DAVID M. Gll..L (D) I 23rd CAROLE PANKAU (R)" 1# - 47th JOHN M. SULLIVAN CD) *X - 13th JOHN HARTMAN 0) 4 23rd THOMAS E. CULLERTON (D) 1# - 4Sth ANDY MANAR (0) 1# - 48th MIKE McELROY (R) Please go to our website at http://www.icl-Iife.com to view and download updates to this list.
  4. 4. 1 -49th GARRETT M. PECK (R) 4 - 43rd KEITH FARNHAM CD) * 1 - 90th TOM DEMMER CR) U -49th JENNIFER BERTINO;T ARRANT (ry) 1 - 44th RAMIRO JUAREZ (R) X - 90th THOMAS BOKEN JR CD) 1 -50th WILLIAM "SAM" McCANN CR) * 4 - 44th FRED CRESPO (D) * l# - 91st MICHAEL D. UNES (R) * I -51st CHAPIN ROSE (R) 1 - 45th DENNIS M. REBOLETTI (R) * U - 91st JENNIFER GROVES ALLISON (D) 1 -52nd JOHN CHRISTIAN BtVvIBENEK (R) U - 45th JOANN FRANZEN CD) 4 - 92nd JEHAN GORDON (D) * 4 -52nd MICHAEL W. FRERICHS (D) * 1 - 46thDANlEL 1. KORDIK (R) 1# - 93rd NORINE K. HAMMOND (R) * 1 -53rd JASON BARICKMAN (R) X - 46th DEBORAH OKEEFE CONROY (D) I - 94th JlL TRACY (R) * 1 -54th KYLE McCARTER (R) * 1 - 47th PATRICIA R. "PATTI" BELLOCK (R) * 1# - 95th WAYNE ARTHUR ROSENTHAL (R) * X -54th DANNY L. STOVER CD) 3 - 48th SANDRA-M. PlHOS (R) • 4 - 95th BRAD G_ILLESPIE (D) 1# -55th DALE A RIGHTER (R) * I - 49th MIKE FORTNER (R) * 1# - 96th SUE SCHERER (D) I -56th MIKE BABCOCK (R) 3 - 50th KAy HATCHER (R) * 1# - 96th DENN}S ROSSSHACKELFORD (R) 1 -56th WILLIAM "BILL" HAINE CD) * U - 50th ANDREW BERNARD (D) 4 - 97th TOM CROSS (R) * I -57th DAVE BARNES (R) 2 - 51st ED SULLIVAN, JR. (R) * _ ., 2 - 98th ROBERT "BOB" KALNlCKY (R) 4 -57th JAMES F. CLAYBORNE,JR., II (D) * 1#- 52ndDAVIDMcSWEENEY(R) .-",·-!rJ- X - 98thNATALIDAMANLEY(D) I -58th DA VlD LUECHTEFELD (R) * 4 - 52nd DEE BEAUBIEN (1) , . I - 99th RAYMOND POE (R) * U -58th MICHAEL J. BIGLER CD) 1# - 53Id DAVID lfARRIS (R) I 100th JIM WATSON (R) * I -59th GARY F. FORBY (D) * U - 53rd C:uR"f-RENZ CD) 1 10ist BILL.MITCHELL.(R) * 1 -59th MARK MINOR (R) I -_54th TOM MORRISON (R) * 1# - 102nd ADAM BROWN (R) * .,.. ,X; - 54th RICHARD S. RUDD $) 4 - 103rdNAOMI D. JAKOBSSON (D) " State Representatives c ~# ,.·b x - 55th MARTIN 1. MOYI;AN: (D) U - 103rd ROBERT A MEISTER (R) Rating- District .~. - U - 55th SUSAN SWEENEY (R) • 1# - 104th CHAD D. HAYS (R) * ~II 4 - 1st.DANIEL Y. BURKE (D) " 4 - 2nd EDWARD J. ACEVEDO (D) * 4 - 56th MICHELLE MUSSMAN (D) " U - 56th J()HN R. LAWSON (R) ,. X - I 04th MICHAEL LANGENDORF CD) 1 - 105th DAN BRADY (R) * _ I 4 - 3rd LUIS ARROYO (D) * 4 - 57th ELAINE NEKRITZ (D) * 1 - 106th JOSH HARMS (R) 4 - 4th CYNTHlA SOTOD) * U - 57th·JONATHANL.GREENBERG(R) I - 10?thJO,HNCAVALETTO(R)* 4 - 5th KENNETH "KEN" DUNKIN (D) * . X ~ 58th SCOTt DRURY (D) 2 - 1981h CHARLES E MEIER (R) 4 - 6th ESTHER GOLAR CD) * U - 58th MARK L. SHAW (R) 3 -, m8th DANIEL P. POLITES (D) X - 7th EMANUEL "CHRIS" WELCH (D) 4 - 59th SIDNEY H. MATIDAS (R) * 1 - 109th DAVID B. REIS (R) * 4 - 8th LA SHAWN K. FORD (D) * 4 - 59th CAROL SENTE CD) * 1 - 110th BRAD HALBROOK (R) X - 9th ARTHUR TURNER (D) * 2 - 60thJACKmBURLESON(R) 1 1lIth DANIEL V. BEISER (D) * X - 10th DERRICK SMITH (D) * 2 - 60th RITA MA YFlELD CD) * 1 - III th KATHY SMITH (R) X - l Oth LANCE TYSON (DU) 1 - 6lst JoANN D. OSMOND (R) * 1 112th DWIGHT D. KAY (R) * 4 11th ANN M. WILLIAMS (D) * X - 61st ED ERWIN (D) U - 112th MARLEEN SUAREZ (D) 4 12th SARA FEIGENHOLTZ (D) * 4 - 62nd SANDY C.OLE (R) * 1 113th MELINDA HUL T (R) 4 13th GREGORY HARRIS (D) * U - 62nd SAM YINOLING (D) 2 - 113th JAY HOFFMAN (D) 4 - 14th KELLY M. CASSIDY (D) * 4 - 63rdJACK D. FRANKS (D) * 4 - 114th EDDIE LEE JACKSON (D) * 3 15th JOHN C. DAMICO (D) * 1 - 64th BARBARA WHEELER (R) U - 114th RY AN STOOKEY (R) 1 16th VINCENT WILLIAM ROMANO (R) 1 - 65th TIMOTH¥ L. SCHMITZ (R) * I - 115th MIKE BOST (R) • 4 - 16th LOU LANG (D) * 1# - 66th MICHAEL W. TRYON (R) * 1 - 116th JERRY COSTELLO II (D) * X - 17th LAURA FINE (D) 4 - 67th CHARLES "CHUCK" JEFFERSON (D) * 1 - 116th JULIE BIGHAM EGGERS (R) U - 17th KYLE FRANK (R) 1 - 68th JOHN M. CABELLO (R) 1 lI7th JOHN BRADLEY (D) * 4 - 18th ROBYN GABEL (D) * X - 68th CARL R. WASCO (D) U - 117th DALE E. DORCH (0) U - 18th ERIC JOSEPH LffiBERMAN (R) 1 - 69th JOE SOSNOWSKI (R) .. U 117th CHRISTOPHER McCANN (R) X - 19th ROBERT F. MARTWICK. JR. (D) 1# - 70th ROBERT W. PRITCliARD (R) * 1 - 118th BRANDON W. PHELPS (D) * 1 - 20th MICHAEL P. McAULIFFE (R) • 1 - 71st RICHARD MORTHLAND (R) * 3 - 20th BRUCE RANDAZZO (D) X - 71st MIKE SMIDDY (D) • U - 21st SILVANA TABARES (D) • 1 - 72nd NEIL ANDERSON (R) County Candidates 4 - 22nd MICHAEL J. MADIGAN (D) * 3 - 72nd PATRICK VERSCHOORE (D) * (Only offices with pro-life candidates are listed.) U - 22nd ROBERT HANDZIK (R) 2 - 73rd DA VlD R. LEITCH (R) • 4 - 23rd MICHAEL I-ZALEWSKI (D) * 1# - 74th DONALD L. MOFFITT (R) .. B 4 - 24th ELIZABETH "LISA" HERNANDEZ ID) * 2 - 74th AUGUST "GUS" JUNIOR (D) ureau 4 - 25th BARBAaA FLYNN CURRIECD)" . 1# - 75th PAM ROTH (R) * County Board X - 26th CHRISTIAN L. MITCHELL (D) U - 75th JEREMY J. LY (D) 9th - LORETTA VOLKER (R) * 4 - 27th MONlQUE D. DA VIS (D) * 1 - 76th DONALD JENSEN (R) 10th - RALPH ANDERSON (R) * 3 - 28th ROBERT "BOB" RITA (D) .. 2 - 76th FRANK J. MAurINO (D) .. 18th - MIKE KOHR (D) * X - 29th THADDEUS JONES (D) * 2 - 77th ANGELO "SKIP" SAVIANO (R) • 4 - 30th WILLIAM "WILL" DAVIS (D) * U - 77th KATHLEEN WILLIS CD) Cook 4 - 31st MARY E. FLOWERS (D) .. 4 - 78th CAMILLE Y. LILLY (D) .. • 4 - 32nd ANDRE THAPEDI(D) * 1 - 79th KAT-HERINE "KATE" CLOONEN (D) Board of Review U - 33rd MARCUS C. EVANS, JR. (D) 1 - 79th GLENN NIXON (R) 1st - DAN P~TLAK (R) .. " X - 34th ELGIE R. SIMS, JR. (D) 4 - 80th ANTHONY DeLUCA (D) • Metropolitan Water Reclamation District X - 35th FRANCES ANN HURLEY (D) 1# - 81st RON SANDACK (R) CARL SEGVICH (R) , . U - 35th RICARDO A. FERNANDEZ (R) 1# - 82nd JIM DURKIN (R) .. 1 - 36th BOB SHELSTROM (R) 3 - 83rdLINDA CHAPA LaVIA (D) * DeKalb U - 36th KELl;Y M: BURKE (D) * X - 84th STEPHANIE A. KIFOWIT (D) Coroner - DENNIS J. MILLER (R) .. 1 - 37th RENEE KOSEL (R)* U - 84thPATRICIA"PAT"FEE(R) StatesAttorney-CLAYCAMPBELL(R)* 4 - 38th AL RILEY (D) .. 4 - 85th EMILY McASEY (D) .. Treasurer - MARK A TODD (R) * . 4 - 39th MARIA "TONI" BERRIOS (D) .. 1 86th RYAN MARTIN ALM (R) County Board 4 - 40th DEBORAH L. MELL (D) * U 86th LAWRENCE "LAR~Y" WALSH, JR (D) * 3rd _ KENNETH W. ANDERSEN (R) * U - 40th ANTOINETTE PUCCIO-JOHNSC,,", (R J 1 - 87th RICH BRAUER (R) * 3rd _ RILEY N. ONCKEN (R) .. I - 41st DARLENE SENGER (R) * I - 88th KEITH P. SOMMER (R) 6th _ BOBBROWN (D) * 1 - 42nd JEANNE M. IVES (R) 1 - 89th JIM SACIA (R) * 8th _JULIA FULLERTON (R) * U - 42nd WILLIAM R. ADAMS CD)~
  5. 5. DuPage Kendall Rock IslandStates Attorney - ROBERT "BOB" BERLIN (R) * County Board County Board County Board Ist - JUDY GILMOUR (R) 4tl. - JIM DIETERICH (R)2nd - SEAN T. NOONAN (R) l;t . MATTHEW G PROCHASKA (R) 15th - BILL LONG (R)3ed - JOHN CURRAN (R) * 2nd . SCOTT R. GRYDER (R) 17th - EDWIN M. LANGDON. JR. (D) •3ed - BRIAN J. KRAJEWSKI (R) * 22nd - DRUB MIELKE (R)4th - AMY L. GRANT (R) 231d - KEN "MOOSE" MARAND A (D) *5th - TONIA JANE KHOURI (R) Lake Recorder - BOB BEDNAR (R) -JOHN P. ZEDIKER (R) *5th6th ·ROBERTL "BOB" LARSEN (R) * County Board wm 1st . LINDA PEDERSEN (R) * Coroner· CHARLES LYONS (R)6th ,JAMES F. "JIM" ZAY (R) * 3rd - TOM WEBER (R) Recorder - LAURIE MCPHILLIPS (R) Forest Preserve l7th . NICK SAUBR (R)2nd - JOSEPH F. CANTORE ,R) .. County Board4th - TIM WHELAN ~R) Sanitary District 2nd - DAVE IZZO (R) * Ist -.JOHN PAXTON CR) * 2nd - JIM MOUSTIS (R) * 4th - FELIX-GEORGE (R)Grundy LaSalle lth .. - STEPBEN I. BALICH (R)Coroner - JOHN W. CALLAHAN (R) * 9th - WALTER G. ADAMIC (D) * Auditor - JODY L. WILKINSON (D) * County Board 9th - CATHERINE PERRETT A (R)1st - JOHN M. ALMER (R). • Circuit Court Clerk - BOB VICKREY (R) 9th - IGNACIO G. JERRY RAMIREZ (R)1st - MILDRED "WIllTZ" DYER (R) * County Board 10th -JOSEPH M. BABICH. (D) *1st - CURT D. MERCADANTE (R) 3rd - DAVID ZIELKE (R) 10th - SHARON CEMENO HICKS (R)2nd - TERYL J. LUNDEEN (R) 7th - TOM McMURTRY (I) 12th" MARGO MCDERMED (R)2nd - DEBRA WARNING (R) 7th - GARY SMALL (R) * 18th - TOM WALSH (D) * 24th - RANDY L FREEMAN (R) " Winnebago lKane 25th - MIKE SHERIDAN (R) States Attorney - GLEN R. WEBER (R) tAuditor - TERRY HUNT (R) 26th - RONALD J DITTMER (D) * County BoardChairman - CHRIS LAUZEN (R) 1st -LYNNE STRATHMAN (R) *Coroner - L. ROBERT (ROB) RUSSELL (R) 3rd - STEVE SCHULTZ (R) *Circuit Court Clerk - THOMAS M. HARTWELL (R) McHenry 5th - OWEN BACH (R)Recorder - SANDY WEGMAN (R) * County Board 12th - DAVID L. STROMMER (R) l st - YVONNE M. BARNES (R) 15th - JOHN M. EKBERG (R) * County Board 2nd - JAMES L. HEISLER (R) *4th - BETRC GONCHER (R) 16th - JOHN FRANCIS SWEENEY (R) * 2nd - KENNETH "KEN" D. KOEHLER (R) * 17th - FRED S. WESCOTT (R) *17th - JEFFREY ALBERT MEYER (R)19th - KURT ROBERT KOJZAREK (R) 3rd - JOSEPH "JOE" GOTTEMOLLER (R) 20th - TED BIONDO (R) * " 3Id - MARY MCCLELLAN (R)20th - HENOCH FUENTES (R) * Forest-Preserve 3rd - NICK PROVENZANO (R) *22nd - DOUGLAS J SCHEFLOW (R) 4th - SUE DRAFFKORN (R) * AUDREY L. JOHNSON * 4th - JOHN D. HAMMERAND (R) * 5th - JOHN JUNG, JR. (R) * 5th - MICHAEL SKALA (R) 6th - DIANE F. EVERTSEN (R) * 6th - ERSEL C. SCHUSTER (R) *Judicial Candidates 2nd District (Crawford. Edwards. Franklin. Gallatin, Hamilron,(The follOWing judicial candidates have been found qualified by Illinois Ciliz"nsf~r Life) Hardin, Jefferson. Lawrence. Richland, Wabash, Wayne, an1White Counties.)illinois Appellate Court GAMBER VACANCY . - IO BETH WEBER (D) 2nd District (Boone, Carroll. DeKalb, Dulage, Jalraviess, Kalle, Kendall, Lake, Lee, McHenry, Ogle, Stephenson, and 10th District (Marshall, Peoria, Putnam. Stark, and Tazewell Winnebago Counties.) Counties.) ()MALLEY V AC ANCY - JOE BIRKETT (R) SHADID VACANCY - KATE GORMAN (R) 5th District (Alexander, Bond, Christian, Clay, Clinton, 18th District (DuPage County) Crawford. Edwards. Effingham. Fayette, Franklin. THOMPSON VACANCY - PATRICK I. OSHEA (R) Gallatin, Hamilton, Hardin. Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Johnson. Lawrence, Madison, Marion, Massac, Monroe, Montgomery, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, Randolph. Richland, 20th District (Monroe. Perry, Randolph. St. Clair, and Washington Coulllies.) Saline, Shelby, St. Clair, Union. Wabash, Washington. HATCH VACANCY - BRIAN K. TRENTMAN CD Wayne. White, and Williamson Counties.) DONOVAN VACANCY - STEPHEN McGLYNN (R) 23rd District (DeKalb and Kendall Counties) KLEIN VACANCY - RONALD G. MATEKAITIS (D)Circuit Court Judges 1st District (Alexander. Jackson. Johnson. Massac, Pope. Pulaski. Cook County Area Saline. Union, and Williamson Counties.} ECKISS VACANCY - MARK A. KOCHAN (D) 4th SubCircuit A VACANCY - EDWARD M. MALONEY (D) - CAROLYN B. SMOOT (R)
  6. 6. !,."- • i~ General Elec.tion ~ Scl1edule: and Deadlines General Election ..November 6, 2012 Last Day to Register to Vote October 9, 2012 ~. Grace Period Registration & Voting (If you have just moved, you may register and/or vote at the election authority location). Begins October 10, 2012 Ends November 3,2012 Early Voting (at the election authority location and designated locations) Begins . October 22, 2012 Ends November 3, 2012 Absentee Ballot Voting 1st day to file for absentee ballot application September 27,2012 Application requests by mail MUst be received by November 1,2012 Last date to vote absentee in person November 5,2012 . • .. i
  7. 7. / . ".,_ ...,).. ... ~H,,_,.,.:..... : ..... ",,,,p.,,, •. 1-"., .•.,.i.-". ,.,:.i...,.. , , INTERESTING QUOTES FROM BARACK OBAMA "A Shovel Full Of Dirt" By David :Pond .., The Essay "A Shovel Full of Dirt" was published May 28, 2009. The essay theme pre- sented a Washington D. C. Administration and (ongressionalleadership which were rolling . over American value, U.S. Security, and Economic stability like-a RunawayTrain. Our hope for the survival of America and the American way of life isfor citizens to get their symbolic shovels and build a mountain in front of this train-to slow it down and stop it. This supplemental essay is written-to point out quotes from President Obama showing his agendas. Since he seems to be the" engineer" on the Runaway Train, we need to focus on him first. PresidentObama was largeJy elected due to his charisma, oratory skills, p,romises of "Trans- parency" and bipartlsanshlp. He also touted the popular "We Can"and Change" themes. I think the election would not have been as decisive if more attention was paid to the content of the two books written by Obama. Although the books do have some positive and solely historic parts, there are excerpts that give us a view of his thinking that is contrary to the way he was presented to the American people during campaigns and during pushes for political agendas. , . Our President - As presented by his own writings . ~i The books that I have taken excerpts from are: "Dreams From My Father" - Published by Three Rivers Press, New York, NY, Copyright 1995 & 2004 by Barack Obama & "The Audacity of Hope" - Published by Vintage Books, a Division of Random House, Inc., Copyright 2006. by Barack Obama. . .. . I want to make rt very clear to whoever reads this essay thatl am NOT a radst, If you want some insight as to whether or not your President is a racist, read the next few excerpts. From "Dreams ...", page 85, Barack is mulling over his friend Rays words " ...any distinc- tion between good and bad whites held .negligible meaning.". . From "Dreams ...", page 81, "Our rage atthe white world needed no object ... it could be switched on and off at our pleasure." . . . . . Would obem« rather be called an American or an African-American? From "Dreams ... ", page 101, "No, it remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names." (Remember the incident with the Cambridge Police and "The BeerSummit"?) From" Dreams ...", page 220, " ..... white men and brown men whose fate didnt speak to ·myown. It was into my fathers image, the black man, the son of Africa, that Id packed all the attributes I sought in myself, the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, Dubois and Mandela." From "Dreams ...", page 311, (while Obama is in Kenya) "Here the world was black, and so you were just you; you could discover all those things that were unique to your life without living a lie or committing betrayal." . Character Counts Continued quotes and excerp,ts: . . . Fr.om "Dreams ...", page 93; , I blew a few smoke rings, remerrbering those years. Pot . had helped, and booze; maybe a little blow when you could afford it." From· Dreams page 94, "It was usuallyan effectivetack.enoiber one ofthose jrkks I hadlearned: ...", were courteousand smiled and·madeno suddenmoves.· [Works People. ere satisfiedso long asYOu w better than Transparency? - David Pond] Would obem» rather be .called a Christian or a Progressive? From "Audacity; ..", page 242, "During the five years that we would live with my step-father in Indonesia, I was sent first to a neighborhood Catholic school and then to a predominantly Muslim school." .. . . From" Audacity .... ", page 242, "Although my father had been raised a Muslim, by the time he met my mother he was a confirmed atheist," . . From" Dreams ... ", page 86,. "I imagined myself following Malcolms discovery toward the end of his life, that some whites might live beside him as brothers in Islam" From "Audacity ... ", page 241, "But I was made to understand that such religious samplings required no sustained commitment on my part - no introspective exertion or self-flagellation." . From "AudaCity .. ", page 245 & 246, "in the black community, the liries between sinner and saved were more fluid;" . . From "Audacity ... ", page 235, "1 circulated to my staff and had the language changed to state in dearbut simple terms my pro-chokepositlon." .. . . . From "Audacity ... ", page 255, "1 am suggesting·that we proqresslves.,:" page 253-256, the term" progressive is used five times in four pages in Obamas chapter on "faith". From "Audacity ...", page 260, "To base ones life on such uncompromising commitments may be sublime; to base our policy making on such commitments Would be a dangerous thing."
  8. 8. ~(.",t) :r.t~~,~®.~~: ,,f!"i!~fl:YfIlR~Jl;f!~,!fJ.r,I~~~i1r1l~f!~m::~";t1~" ?:If.:~"al{f!, From, _!ar;eamS,li i page 1t6{when tlljkl~ ab_0!:lt-st@:.fether.lole;s;mflueRce:,en Gbarna;,; ,:as. a·,dHild,~tlismother stated" power was taking her son": . - - , - .: . From "Dreams ... ". page 203, (Chicaqo politics) "Race-baiting could make up for a h.ost of limitations .... black rage -always found a ready market" . From" Dreams ...", page 200, If Nationalism could create a strong and effective insular- U. ity, deliver on its premise of self-respect, then the hurt it might cause well-meaning whites, . or the inner tur~oil !~ caused peoRle like me, would ~~ of little consequence." _ From "Audachy ... ,page 138, The problems of ordinary people, the voices of the Rust -. Belt town orthe dwindling heartland, became a distant echo rather than a palpable reality, abstractions to be managed rather than battles to be fouqht." . From Audacity ...", page 131, MAsfor most politicians, money isnt about getting rich ... II its about status and power, its about scaring off challengers ... without money, and the television ads that consume all the money, you are pretty much guaranteed to lose." From "Audacity ... ", page 141, " ... organized labor, For seven years I had been their ally in the state legislature." From "Audacity ...". page 142, "The leaders of several of the largest service workers unions - the Illinois Federation of Teachers, SEIU,AFSCME, and UNITE HERE... chose to endorse me... so lowe these unions. II From "Audacity ...", page 143, "S9 you start voting as you would answer a questionnaire .. You dont ponder your positions t00 deeply. You check the yes box up and down the line;~ From "Audacity ", page 144, ·"Today that force is the media." (That shapes politics.) From "Audacity ", page 145, "For,the broad public at least, I am who the media says I am. I say what they say I say. I become who t.hey say Ihave become." From "Audacity ..." , page 140, "Say one thing during the campaign and do another thing once in office, and you re a typical, two-faced politician": [Wow, what a statement. - David Pond). From "Audacity ...". page 228, "I Simplybelieve that those of uswho have benefited most from this new economy can best afford to shoulder the obligation ..." [Socialism - David Pond] Contradictions Between statements & Policy Debt . ., . From "Audacity ...", page 223, "Sofar weve been able to get away with this mountain of debt because foreign central banks - particularly. Chinas - want to keep us buying their exports. But this easy credit wont continue forever. At some point, foreigners will Stop lending us money, interest rates will go up, and we will spend most of our nations output paying ~~em back . .lCon~icts with unprecedented spending and a tremendous increase of debt eel/mg. :- DaVId Pond} . . From "Audacity, ..", page 373, "No person in any culture, likes to be bullied .... nobody likes to live under an .economk system in which the fruits of his or her labor go perpetually unrewarded." [Conflicts with Obamas "tax the rich" theme. - David Pond] The Push Through of the Healthcare Bill From AudaciN ...." , page 10 1, "For ten years before coming to Washington, I taught Con- II stitutional Law at the University of Chicago." Page;96," ."every bill, resolution, or nomination . - needs the support of sixty senators rather than a simple majority."_ [Has the "professor" found a way to lead Congress around the Constitutional Rulings? - David Pond] , Indonesian Politics, Chicago Politics, or Washington Politics? From "Audadty..;", page 325, " ...corruption permeated ever! level of government - even the smallest interaction with a policeman or bureaucrat involved a bribe, and just about every commodity or product coming in and out of the country, from oil to wheat to automobiles, went through companies controlled by the president, his family, or members. of the ruling junta ... " I To end this supplemental essay I want to show the quote that most alarms me out of Obamas books. . , From" Dreams...." , page 315, "A voice saysto him yes, changes have tome, the old ways lie broken, and you must find a way as fast as you can to feed your belly and stop the white man from laughing at you. A voice says no, you will sooner burn the earth to the ground." . , lrAbllP"Y .IIIIWJ" .&f .101 . This article was paid for byDavid Pond, a small business owner. Publication in one issue oruSA Today is all (and somewhat more) than I can afford. If any readers desire to fund a reprint, please contact David Pond at (806)202· 6294 or email davidpond79@grriail.com.orbyU.S.mail at; David Pond, P.O. Box 704, Perryton, Texas, 79070. Electronic format available. www.ashovelfullofdirt.com

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