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*** UPDATED x1 *** Former state GOP chairman endorses Casten as Ives releases first TV ad

Thursday, Sep 10, 2020

* From a July fundraising email sent by GOP congressional candidate Jeanne Ives…

Sean Casten is ranked to the LEFT of the most well known socialist extremists in the Democratic Party.

* This press release today should help counter that sort of rhetoric…

Pat Brady, former chair of the Illinois Republican Party and former member of the Republican National Committee, announced today that he has endorsed Rep. Sean Casten in his re-election campaign against Jeanne Ives.

In addition to his endorsement of Rep. Casten, Brady is featured in multiple digital ads for the campaign. The ads are part of a six-figure digital buy that will run through Election Day on Facebook, Hulu, and Google.

Pat Brady, former chair of the Illinois Republican Party and former member of the Republican National Committee, announced today that he has endorsed Rep. Sean Casten in his re-election campaign against Jeanne Ives.

In addition to his endorsement of Rep. Casten, Brady is featured in multiple digital ads for the campaign. The ads are part of a six-figure digital buy that will run through Election Day on Facebook, Hulu, and Google.

You can watch the first ad here:

You can watch the second ad here:

Pat Brady released the following statement:

    “Jeanne Ives showed us her true colors in her unsuccessful campaign for governor when she ran the most sexist, racist, and hate-filled ad I’ve ever seen. That anger, bigotry, and lack of judgment doesn’t belong in the United States Congress. And most importantly, it doesn’t represent the people of the 6th congressional district.

    “Sean Casten is a good man, a family man, and a businessman, who cares deeply about the district and all who live in it. As a Republican, I might not agree with him all the time. But I know he will always do what he believes is best for us, and for the country.”

Rep. Sean Casten released the following statement:

    “I believe that public officials should always lead with their values. Jeanne Ives has made it clear that her values don’t represent the 6th District, and Pat Brady has made it clear that her values don’t represent the Republican Party. I am honored to receive his endorsement.”

*** UPDATE *** Joint statement from ILGOP Chairman Tim Schneider and National Committeeman/woman Richard Porter and Demetra Demonte…

Identifying and labeling Pat Brady as a Republican is false and misleading. If you spend all your time attacking and betraying Republicans - whether out of newfound convictions or to continue booking TV appearances - you are a Democrat. Pat Brady is a liberal Democrat and has been for some time. Sean Casten may have the backing of political hacks but Jeanne Ives is supported by hard working taxpayers.

* Meanwhile…

US House candidate (IL-06) Jeanne Ives released her first campaign ad of the 2020 election, Step Up, this morning to introduce herself to suburban voters.

In the ad, Ives, a West Point graduate, mother of five and former state legislator, illustrates her record of stepping up through the imagery of the different shoes Ives has worn in service to her country, community and family: jump boots at West Point and in the Army, running shoes as a coach, and high heels as a legislator.

Ives concludes the ad by emphasizing her record of independent leadership, saying, “When you need me, I always step up.”

A :30 second version of the ad will run on cable in the Chicago Media Market – Watch the ad here.

A :60 second version of the ad will run on Ives social media channels - Watch the ad here.

Transcripts:

Step Up - TV Version, :30 Seconds

A journey of service starts with one step.

I took my first step in jump boots, serving my country in the Army - just out of West Point

In the Statehouse, I traded my boots for heels to bring both parties together, battle corruption and protect taxpayers.

Now, I’m stepping up to grow our economy, and to get our nation working again;

To build on the promise only American can keep.

I’m Jeanne Ives,

When you need me, I always step up.

++++

Step Up - Digital, :60 Seconds

I’m Jeanne Ives.

Want to know why I’m running for Congress?

Walk a mile in my shoes.

A journey of service starts with one step.

I took my first step in jump boots, serving my country in the Army - just out of West Point.

Then I traded my Army boots for athletic shoes, coaching cross country and raising my kids.

But duty called again.

I stepped into heels, and a new job.

In the Statehouse, I battled corruption wherever I found it;

Protected taxpayers with every vote;

And reached across the aisle to work for you.

Now, I’m stepping up for a new fight:

To save this country from those who would destroy the values that forged our nation and make it strong;

To rebuild our economy;

And to get our nation working again - to build on the promise only America can make and keep.

I’m Jeanne Ives.

When you need me, I’ll always step up.

- Posted by Rich Miller        

60 Comments »
  1. - LoyalVirus - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:06 am:

    I’m guessing she won’t be wearing a mask when she does step up, so voters will hopefully be telling her to step off. Thank you, Pat Brady.


  2. - Practical Politics - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:06 am:

    Why not? Brady was an apologist for Rauner too.


  3. - Gooner - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:07 am:

    The first Brady ad doesn’t do much for me, but the second does.

    In ads like this I think it would be better to stay away from real issues. “I’m a Republican and Ives is bad for IL” would have been better. The more specifics in that one, the more reason for people on the fence to ignore it.

    The secoond one, positive about Casten, was very good.

    Now we just have to wait for the next Kass column praising Ives and talking about Brady is part of the combine. It is predictable but oddly entertaining.


  4. - @misterjayem - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:09 am:

    Regardless of her footwear, Jeanne Ives entire political career has been about stepping on the people she sees as less than.

    D.C. already has more than enough people driven by their hate and contempt for people who are different from them — the last thing we need is to add another.

    – MrJM


  5. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:14 am:

    To the post,

    Good on Pat Brady, even as it helps his own brand by calling out the racist tactics… and divisive tactics that define Jeanne Ives.

    There will be a reckoning that will be coming come January 2021;

    The Raunerites, the Raunerites that embraced Trump, the regionalists, they will need to decide if admitting Rauner was wrong and they were wrong in hurting Illinois is worth the short term pain to build a long term party, or will old, angry, white, regional anger and angst finally swamp it all and embracing those things to save their own seats is worth giving up a statewide presence and a statewide feel of a party living all of Illinois.

    What Pat Brady *is* doing, to his credit, is laying a marker, saying the Ives ways shouldn’t be in governing, and those politics shouldn’t be embraced by Illinois.

    The GOP needs a rebirth.

    It starts with marginalizing Ives, Oberweis, the Eastern Bloc, and look to build where the thought of GOP here in Illinois isn’t synonymous with Rauner, Trump, anger, or a lack of diversity in people or thought.

    Brady has his reasons, besides honesty here to Ives, and I’m with Brady here.

    If we want two parties that can govern Illinois, rejecting Ives right now is a really good start towards redemption


  6. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:18 am:

    === Brady was an apologist for Rauner too.===

    Raunerites need to come to terms with the damage they caused, some personally, others by votes in the GA, and build trust with voters again that when another Rauner (or Trump) comes again, they will reject the agendas designed to hurt Illinois

    I have receipts if Raunerites are confused.

    Still, again, Brady is doing good here, his own benefit is the residual


  7. - Last Bull Moose - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:20 am:

    This Goldwater Republican chooses Casten over Ives. Republicans must reform or disappear.


  8. - The Real Captain - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:30 am:

    so when did Ives reach across the aisle and be bipartisan?


  9. - DuPage Dan - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:39 am:

    When was the last time anybody cared about Pat Brady or his views?


  10. - Larry Bowa Jr. - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:41 am:

    I appreciate Jeanne Ives’s political career because her yard signs let me know which of my neighbors believe I should be exterminated when the herrenvolk are given the go ahead to start the pogroms. What internal misery she must live in, going through life with seemingly no greater purpose beyond stirring hatred between Americans.


  11. - Commonsense in Illinois - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:43 am:

    She traded her boots for heels to bring the parties together?

    I must have been washing my hair that day…


  12. - Rudy’s teeth - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:52 am:

    If Jeanne Ives somehow makes it to Washington, she could become Jim Jordan’s alter ego. Waiting for the short sleeve shirts and tie.


  13. - Cook County Thinker - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:53 am:

    It’s moments like this that one wonders how long Pat Brady wasn’t working for the Republicans. After all Casten doesn’t want you to own a gun he wants you to call 911.


  14. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 10:57 am:

    === how long Pat Brady wasn’t working for the Republicans===

    No.

    “…how long Pat Brady wasn’t working for the homophobic racist who celebrates confederate soldiers.”

    It’s an odd thing to say, wondering why someone wouldn’t support someone with such bigoted views… but you found a way to say it.


  15. - Frank talks - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:01 am:

    @dupagedon when was the last time anyone cared about Brady……….

    Pretty much every news channel on election night cares, he’s locked in every cycle. Do you watch local news?


  16. - Cook County Thinker - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:02 am:

    Pat Brady woke up today. Got it.


  17. - allknowingmasterofraccoodom - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:03 am:

    Pat who?


  18. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:05 am:

    - Cook County Thinker -

    You support Jeanne Ives?

    You must be… otherwise why would you write;

    === It’s moments like this that one wonders how long Pat Brady wasn’t working for the Republicans. After all Casten doesn’t want you to own a gun he wants you to call 911.===

    Why would you support someone with Ives views?

    Are you still… sleeping… or sheeping?


  19. - Cook County Thinker - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:10 am:

    I’m a Believer in McDonald vs Chicago. Sean Casten doesn’t. That’s enough to disqualify him in my book and many other people’s books.


  20. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:12 am:

    === I’m a Believer in McDonald vs Chicago. Sean Casten doesn’t. That’s enough to disqualify him in my book and many other people’s books.===

    So, you support the bigoted Ives.

    How do you say… “Got it”


  21. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:14 am:

    === many other people’s books.===

    Speak for yourself, friend.


  22. - Cook County Thinker - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:14 am:

    It’s sad that some people want to marginalize women by calling them names like bigot.


  23. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:16 am:

    === It’s sad that some people want to …===

    … make Jeanne Ives a victim to her bigoted views and her support of confederate soldiers on the House floor?

    Your not good at this.


  24. - Fav Human - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:17 am:

    So, the guy who supported Rauner is against the woman who almost beat Rauner in a primary, but he’s the anti-Raunerite? :)


  25. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:21 am:

    - Fav Human -

    Jeanne Ives served a purpose; expose that Rauner had no base and to keep Rauner from trying to build a base after the primary.

    Heck, I thank her for that. Ives did such a good job at hurting Rauner, Bruce asked 4 people to replace him.

    Brady is still a Raunerite, it depends who is paying the freight. Think Proft, but in a mirror.


  26. - Cook County Thinker - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:23 am:

    Calling Jeanne Ives a bigot doesn’t make you the pulse of the Republican Party in 2020. But if it makes you feel good about yourself more power to you.


  27. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:26 am:

    === Calling Jeanne Ives a ===

    She has bigoted views. Ignoring that is a huge problem, but if you support her bigoted views…

    ===…make you the pulse of the Republican Party in 2020.===

    Making it about me isn’t making a point at all.

    The Trumpkin Party here in Illinois is old, angry, white, rural… that’s the pulse of the Trumpkins here.

    It’s fun when rationalizing supporting a candidate with bigoted views might make you look bad so you ignore it.

    That’s very 2020


  28. - Cook County Thinker - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:33 am:

    Some people are very angry and they have to resort to calling names. Calling Ives a bigot and supporting a progressive income tax are excellent reasons to join Illinois’ Democratic party. It’s never too late to come out of the closet.


  29. - 17% Solution - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:33 am:

    == I’m a Believer in McDonald vs Chicago. Sean Casten doesn’t. That’s enough to disqualify him in my book and many other people’s books.==
    Why? It’s a Supreme Court Decision. Ok so Casten disagrees with it. So what? What can he do about it?


  30. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:37 am:

    Ives has bigoted views.

    It’s not up for discussion or debate, she ran a whole ad against Rauner that played in her bigoted views

    What alternative universe has the views of Jeanne Ives not bigoted.

    I get it. Realizing it’s not good supporting a candidate with bigoted views so you can pretend it’s about guns is real for you, but you’re supporting a candidate that has bigoted views, and has run on bigoted views. That’s who you support.

    Embrace it.


  31. - 17% Solution - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:37 am:

    == Some people are very angry and they have to resort to calling names. Calling Ives a bigot…==
    Meh. One persons’s name calling is another person’s descriptive noun.


  32. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:38 am:

    === to come out of the closet.===

    Is that you, Jeanne Ives?


  33. - It’s Business - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:44 am:

    Not personal- Isn’t Brady a registered Lobbyist?


  34. - Mr. Green Genes - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:45 am:

    For those following the 6th district race Ives is all up in arms because someone has been writing a naughty word on some of her signs. She has been blaming Casten for this without any proof. You would think she would make some snide remark and move on. She has been bellyaching about it for about a week.


  35. - Turner - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:46 am:

    From Jeanne Ives personal Facebook page in response to Brady endorsement:
    ==Meanwhile I have been endorsed by the entire spectrum of Republicans==
    Who are these “spectrum of Republicans?”


  36. - DuPage Dan - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:52 am:

    @Frank talks. I stopped caring what the random pundits have to say long ago. Just give me the who, what, when and where and I’ll figure out the rest on my own. Too people with opinions and opinions are like a**holes, everyone has one and they all stink.


  37. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 11:55 am:

    === Joint statement from ILGOP Chairman Tim Schneider and National Committeeman/woman Richard Porter and Demetra Demonte…===

    Raunerites are upset, LOL

    Bruce Rauner signed HB40, Diana Rauner was a top five donor to the Raunerites, while self-identifying as a Democrat.

    The RaunerS appointed Schneider, for the love of Pete.

    This is projection, so they can pretend that supporting Ives and her bigoted thoughts is acceptable.

    And folks wonder why I keep hoping these guys get rid of the Raunerites to get the GOP back… here’s a great example.


  38. - JS Mill - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:00 pm:

    =If you spend all your time attacking and betraying Republicans=

    Those are some gentle fee fees, just like the president.


  39. - Pundent - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:03 pm:

    =Calling Jeanne Ives a bigot doesn’t make you the pulse of the Republican Party in 2020.=

    Are we talking about the same Jeanne Ives? Bigotry is her brand. You should embrace it as she has.


  40. - Jocko - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:13 pm:

    ==It’s sad that some people want to marginalize women by calling them names like bigot.==

    If the boot/shoe/heel fits. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZwKZf2jtHI


  41. - SSL - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:16 pm:

    Jeanne is way out there. Like scary out there.

    I can’t believe the number of signs she has on peoples lawns though. Two years ago there were a lot of Casten signs. I don’t think she can win, but I’m not as confident it will be a blowout as I once was.


  42. - JS Mill - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:19 pm:

    =Calling Jeanne Ives a bigot doesn’t make you the pulse of the Republican Party in 2020.=

    And you think YOU are? If Ives represents the pulse or the mainstream of the GOP, you have MUCH bigger problems than who the pulse is or isn’t.

    Too many people share the same views as people like Ives, a scared, fearful, bigoted (by the way, the word is neither masculine or feminine). So called “patriots” like her either can’t read or do not care what the constitution really states and just want to go back to an era that never existed except maybe on TV.

    The good news is more and more people are standing in opposition to these ideas.


  43. - dirksen - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:20 pm:

    maybe if jeanne had run that ad in the primary against Bruce she would have won. nice change of pace from being caustic, racist and homophobic to a more “selling of soap” style commercial.


  44. - Frank talks - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:22 pm:

    @dupagedan- I get it you don’t care, but thats not what you said.

    You said when was the last time anyone cared? I told you who cared.


  45. - Pundent - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:26 pm:

    =I can’t believe the number of signs she has on peoples lawns though.=

    Well as is often said on this site, signs don’t vote. I have no doubt that Ives has her rabid supporters. It’s the oxygen that she needs that allows her to keep running and feel that she’s relevant. But the thing about Ives is that the more you get to know her the more their is to dislike. But there will always be those that embrace her brand of politics and they’ll proudly put it on display.

    Maybe Brady wants to be part of the discussion of what the “new” Republican party might look like. Maybe not. But the first step in turning things around is admitting that you have a problem particularly in suburban Chicago. In that respect I view Brady’s endorsement as a positive step in moving in a better direction.


  46. - Chris in DuPage - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:32 pm:

    The Brady ads seem desperate.


  47. - Fixer - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:34 pm:

    Hard working tax payer here, checking in here. I support Casten. ILGOP, please stop purporting to speak for those of us who prefer our politicians keep church and state separate. Thanks.


  48. - @misterjayem - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:35 pm:

    “Pat Brady is a liberal Democrat and has been for some time.”

    Thank you for supporting the Illinois cannabis industry.

    – MrJM


  49. - Rich Miller - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:37 pm:

    ===number of signs===

    Signs don’t vote.


  50. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:40 pm:

    === Maybe Brady wants to be part of the discussion of what the “new” Republican party might look like.===

    Before Brady can do that… Brady has to answer for Santino.

    Raunerites get no passes anymore. Nope.


  51. - Touré's Latte - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 12:59 pm:

    ==his own benefit is the residual==

    That pretty much describes his motivation. How Brady endorsing Casten is a plus, dunno.


  52. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 1:06 pm:

    === dunno===

    Meh.

    We’re talking about it, made the Trib…

    It’s better than nothing I suppose.


  53. - Commisar Gritty - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 1:07 pm:

    Times like these are when I wish Rich would put a “like” feature on his comments section. Oswego Willy on the warpath and I am 200% here for it. 👏👏👏


  54. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 1:16 pm:

    - Commisar Gritty -

    Ah. You’re the *one*

    The rebuild will be huge, but accountability must be its origin. Otherwise voters won’t believe it.

    Stay well.


  55. - Chicago Cynic - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 1:34 pm:

    Identifying and labeling Tim Schneider as Republican chair is false and misleading. He is chair in name only. Neither legislative leader or GOP caucus pays the slightest attention to whatever bizarre statements emerge from his shop. He couldn’t even hold a county commissioner seat. Silliness.


  56. - HotSauce - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 1:55 pm:

    I completely understand going against Jeanne Ives, she has radical ideologies and is always saying outlandish stuff. To go against your own party and endorse the democrat candidate? I guess Pat was a Republican, disguised as a Rino, disguised as a democrat this whole time! It doesn’t take the Mystery Machine to finally have this solved.


  57. - ste_with_a_v_en - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 3:11 pm:

    I’ve heard from a few people that Ives believes in the Qanon movement. Good on Brady for doing something about it.


  58. - Pundent - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 3:22 pm:

    =To go against your own party and endorse the democrat candidate?=

    Well this is the same party that had Art Jones running. And nobody had much trouble in calling him out. I’m not saying that the parallels are the same here, but if you truly believe in doing what’s best for the ILGOP in the long term than calling out Jeanne Ives makes a lot of sense.


  59. - Frank talks - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 4:25 pm:

    @hotsauce- I guess Kirk Dillard was a Democrat?


  60. - walker - Thursday, Sep 10, 20 @ 4:54 pm:

    Pat Brady was and is a hard core Conservative Republican. He was also a professional state party leader, who regularly gave Illinois Democrats a solid ration of grief.


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