The Pritzker folks say they want to negotiate with all stakeholders on numerous issues.
Pritzker, a wealthy liberal Democrat with a massive legislative super-majority, could be the perfect ideological foil for the weak Policy Institute.
Attempting to raise income taxes on upper-income earners right out of the gate would probably not help bring Republicans to the table.
The plaintiffs have a point. Don’t put something on my property without my consent. I get that. But a lawsuit seems like a bit much.
The underlying theory ain’t bad at all and is probably all that at least some of them have left.
The more I read it, the more skeptical I became of the racial discrimination lawsuit filed against the J.B. Pritzker campaign.
Nearly everyone understands your political calculation. It’s elementary. You don’t want to give the other side any ammunition to attack you.
Gov. Bruce Rauner’s loud warnings about the damage the tax hike would do were wrong, so, that undermines his similar warnings about a graduated tax.
How realistic are some of these policies in high-pressure, non-stop campaign environments that are exclusively focused on winning the race at hand?
As to who “won,” I would say nobody lost.
Republicans need to counteract what looks like a coming Democratic wave election. They have to do what it takes to get “their” people to the polls.
If the polling continues to show large Pritzker leads, will his campaign lay back and will Democratic voters stay home?