Illinois state House candidate Holan sees no grounds for draining taxpayers
A triple endorsement — from a major newspaper, a business alliance and a family-oriented PAC — recently advanced candidate Heidi Holan’s footing as her campaign for a House seat as Illinois state representative in District 46 continues.
The Chicago Tribune unequivocally criticized Holan’s opponent, state Rep. Deb Conroy (D-Villa Park), for toeing her party’s line, disparaging her vote for a union-sponsored bill widely perceived as anti-taxpayer and stating that Conroy has demonstrated little independence from House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago).
“Suburban voters, wise up,” wrote the Tribune. “You won't get change unless you vote for it. Our endorsement goes to Heidi Holan (R-Glen Ellyn) who came close to beating Conroy in 2014 and who offers a no-nonsense approach to state finances.”
Substantial backing also came in the form of endorsements from the nation’s largest small business association, the National Federation of Independent Business, based in Tennessee; and Family-Pac, a political action committee headquartered in Chicago and dedicated to a pro-family, anti-tax platform.
Having taken a decisive, straightforward stance on issues ranging from policy and term limits to transparency and economic opportunity since she declared her candidacy, Holan is committed to advancing Illinois’ economic climate for the benefit of taxpayers and businesses, allowing individuals, families and companies to prosper statewide.
"Springfield has no standing to ask taxpayers for more revenue at this time," Holan said.
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