* The DGA is trying to get some Downstate coverage today…
Today, the DGA launches the Rauner’s Broken Record website to accompany the group’s statewide tour. The tour makes stops today in Springfield and Carbondale and will feature Illinois voters speaking about how Rauner’s failed leadership has negatively impacted their communities.
Rauner promised his business experience would right Illinois’ fiscal stewardship and grow jobs, but the opposite has happened. Under Rauner, jobs were lost, debt climbed, and social services were devastated. Rauner wants voters to give him a second-term, but his Broken Record shows he failed to earn it.
View the site here.
“Bruce Rauner can try and blame others all he wants, but his failures are unavoidable,” said DGA Illinois Communications Director Sam Salustro. “Despite his broken record, Rauner thinks he should get a second term. Illinois voters will not forget the damage Rauner did to the state, and know that a second Rauner term only means more debt, more job loss, and fewer services.”
* From the media advisory…
Where: Outside the Governor’s Mansion at 5th and Jackson
When: 9:30 am, Tuesday September 19th
Who: The Rauner’s Broken Record Tour will feature Springfield Alderwoman Doris Turner and Sangamon County Board Member Tony DelGiorno along with local community members who will speak out about Rauner’s failed record.
Where: Heartland Apartments, 805 East College Street, Carbondale IL
When: 2:15 pm, Tuesday September 19th
Who: The Rauner’s Broken Record Tour will feature former Lieutenant Governor Shelia Simon along with local community members who will speak out about Rauner’s failed record.
I get Doris Turner and even Sheila Simon, but Tony DelGiorno?