Illinois Conservatives PAC Endorses Allen Skillicorn For State Representative

The Illinois Conservatives PAC were founded in 2008 and is led by a leadership team made up of mostly under 30 year olds. The Illinois Conservatives believe in limited government, balanced budgets, and lower taxes. The group is headquartered in Oregon IL and led by Zach Oltmanns. The race to replace retiring Rep. Mike Tryon in the 66th Illinois State House seat is a four-way primary race pitting conservative interests against liberal, big government agendas. The clear standout in this Republican primary contest is Allen Skillicorn. Skillicorn is enthusiastically endorsed by Illinois Conservatives PAC.

Although we have a Republican governor dedicated to turning our state around, there’s a veto-proof Democrat majority in the house unwilling to move one iota for meaningful reform. Illinois’ needs conservative leaders who can restore Republican leadership in Springfield and challenge Chicago Democratic rule.

“In a crowded primary full of local officials, the March 15 primary is about substance. Talk vs. Action. Nobody’s perfect, and I haven’t won every fight, but I’m the only proven conservative reformer in this race.“ Skillicorn continued, online casino julietta “We need a state representative committed to turning our state around, not simply winning a new job. Being your state representative is not a birthright or somebody’s next step in public service. The whole state of Illinois is at stake. Which candidate is actually going to work against Speaker Madigan? I’ve been doing it for years. If elected I’ll charge up mountains to help Governor Rauner save Illinois. That’s why I’m running.”

Allen Skillicorn is a Republican candidate running in the 66th State House District. He faces Paul Serwatka, Dan Wilbrandt and Carolyn Schofield in the March 15th Primary. The 66th Legislative District represents areas in McHenry and Kane Counties, including Algonquin, Carpentersville, Crystal Lake, East Dundee, Elgin, Huntley, Lake in the Hills, Lakewood, Sleepy Hollow, and West Dundee. For more details on Allen Skillicorn’s proven conservative reform agenda, please visit www.allenskillicorn.com orwww.facebook.com/taxpayers4skillicorn.

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TIME TO ELIMINATE TOWNSHIP GOVERNMENTS?

 

For as long as anyone can remember Illinois has had more taxing bodies than any other state. Illinois has a total of 6,963 (Illinois Policy) taxing bodies with over 1,400 of them being township governments. 84 of the 101 counties in Illinois operate using the township form of government. 61% of Illinois citizens are currently being taxed by City, County, and Township. That is the highest percentage in the entire country.

Townships are given specific powers under the Illinois Constitution (60ILCS 1/85-13). Below I have listed the responsibilities that townships have currently and who I believe could take them over if township governments were eliminated.

 

(A) Public safety (including law enforcement, fire protection and building code enforcement)

– Counties, Villages, and Cities can and in most cases already have taken over law enforcement and code enforcement. Fire Protection for the most part have their own boards and are taxing bodies.

 

(B) Environmental protection (including sewage disposal, sanitation and pollution abatement)

– Counties, Villages, Cities, and the State of Illinois can pick up the slack in this department. Most County and City governments already have environmental protection standards. The State of Illinois already has high protection standards.

(C) Public transportation (including transit systems, paratransit systems and streets and roads)

– County, City, and State Governments already offer Public Transportation. Transportation Systems are also expanding to rural areas thanks to Federal and State tax dollars funding the systems. Roads and Streets under the care of townships can be moved to county control.

 

(D) Health

-County and City. Counties and bigger Cities already have Health Departments.

(E) Recreation

-Recreation property can be gifted to non-profit agencies or to County and City Governments.

(F) Libraries

-Some Libraries are already their own taxing bodies. The ones that are not could be taken over by cities or villages.

(G) Social services for the poor and aged

-Local, State, and Federal Governments.

 

 

If you don’t agree with get rid of them all together, how about merging some of them together?