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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Voices from the Polls: Women and the IL Governor's Race

Check out this article from the Daily SouthTownStar that highlights the roll of women in the Illinois Governor's race. Columnist Rich Miller writes that, originally, a Rasmussen Report's poll had Republican State Senator Bill Brady leading in points amongst women with a score of 50-33, however, their most recent poll revealed that the numbers had completely switched over in Gov. Pat Quinn's favor at 47-36.

Why the reversal? Miller claims the answer has everything to do with voter education. In other words, as women learn more about Brady and his despicable voting record, they've realized just how anti-women he is. Click here for a full view of the article.

To educate yourself on Senator Brady's voting record, take a look at this video on YouTube.

Technorati tags: Planned Parenthood Illinois Action, elections


Anonymous Stop Bill Brady! said...

Also, stay in touch with the movement to stop Bill Brady's extremist beliefs from ever reaching the governor's mansion:

Thanks, and have a great night!

July 20, 2010 at 8:01 PM  

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