Friday, March 05, 2010

Bill Brady, Illinois Next Governor

A look from the right at Central Illinois politics

Friday, March 5, 2010Bill Brady Statewide Thank You Fly-Around

Illinois State Senator and Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Bill Brady will be in Peoria on Monday as part of a Statewide Thank You Fly-Around. This will be a great opportunity to help celebrate a long awaited end to this 2010 Primary Election and help build momentum towards victory in November!

They will start in Chicago at Ogilvie Transportation Center this evening, March 5th. On Monday then, he will start in Rockford at 10:00AM, followed by a stop in the Quad Cities at 11:15AM. They will be in Quincy at 12:30PM, Cahokia at 1:45PM, Marion at 3:00PM and Champaign at 4:30PM before their stop here in Peoria.

At 5:15PM they will be stopping at Byerly Aviation in Peoria. We would like to have a huge crowd on hand to welcome Senator Brady to town for the first time as our Official Republican Candidate for Governor of the State of Illinois! If you have signs, bring them with you to show support!

After their Peoria stop, he will end the day back home in Bloomington at Doubletree Hotel Ballroom at 7:00PM. Many of you will remember it was at this same location many gathered Primary Election Night to watch the results come in. While they left without an answer that night, this time they will leave with the answer we have all been waiting so long for; Senator Bill Brady is officially the Republican Candidate for Governor of the State of Illinois!

We have a long ways to go before Victory in November, but let's start this leg of the journey right. Please join the Official Republican Candidate for Governor of the State of Illinois Bill Brady and Republicans from throughout the State at one of these events! I consider it an honor and a privilege to serve you on the Tazewell County Board and if I can be of any assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Posted by John C. Ackerman at 6:15 AM
Labels: Bill Brady, candidates, John C. Ackerman, peoria il, rally

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