For Immediate Release
January 17, 2012
Contact Adam Andrzejewski
Chairman, For The Good of Illinois PAC
Batavia- For The Good of Illinois PAC unequivocally endorses Sen. Chris Lauzen for the Republican nomination for Kane County Board Chairman.
“In Kane County, the fifth largest county in the state, Chris Lauzen will champion the principles of transparency, accountability and limited government,” said Adam Andrzejewski, Chairman of For The Good of Illinois PAC. “I am confident that Sen. Lauzen will execute on full transparency and not stop until ‘every dime’ of county spending is online. As a CPA, he will ‘follow the money’ with deep audits. As a friend to taxpayers, Lauzen will cap the size and growth of county government.”
Sen. Chris Lauzen has a proven track record that defends hard working families, small business owners and entrepreneurs. Illinois has an acute need for bold, independent leadership.
As Kane County Chairman, Lauzen’s top priority is a freeze of the county property tax levy. In Springfield, Lauzen was the driving force behind the property tax freeze for low income senior citizens and wrote legislation that would freeze all property taxes at home purchase price.
“Long ago Chris Lauzen decided to issue the clarion call on state finances and tell citizens exactly what it would take to bring Illinois back. As Kane County Board Chairman, Chris Lauzen will be an outstanding leader,” said Adam Andrzejewski.
About For The Good of Illinois PAC: Since 2010, the PAC endorses and supports candidates who demand transparency, accountability and limited government. Our vision is a proud Illinois with a reputation of integrity and opportunity where citizens and institutions can flourish.
About Adam Andrzejewski (say And-G-F-Ski): in 2007, Andrzejewski founded the non-profit organization, For The Good of Illinois 501c4. In 2010, he ran for the Republican nomination for Governor winning the second most counties out of six candidates.
Last year, For The Good of Illinois posted the pay and pensions of virtually every public employee at every level of Illinois government online at www.openthebooks.com. Since 2010, alongside state legislators, Andrzejewski co-wrote forensic audit legislation including the Illinois Forensic Audit Act (HR1057), Illinois Pension Forensic Audit (HR31), and Illinois State Worker Compensation Act (HR52). In February of 2011, HR52 became HR131 and passed the Illinois House 111-00.
Paid for by For The Good of Illinois PAC
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