Monthly Archives: October 2012

Quad City Times Newspaper Endorses Cheri Bustos

Bustos for Illinois’ 17th District Times Editorial Board We’d hoped our incumbent Illinois Quad-City congressman in the majority party could add a bit of heft to important Quad-City projects that have been on the community agenda for years. Instead, Rep. … Continue reading

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Mr. President, Finish by Highlighting Sensata

Posted: 10/24/2012 3:36 pm By David Shuster –Host, ‘Take Action News with David Shuster’; anchor and correspondent for Current TV President Obama, As you head into the home stretch of this campaign, you should follow the example of Cheri Bustos, … Continue reading

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This is a good read and reminds us that Mitt Romney didn’t care if Detroit families went bankrupt and hungry. Mitt Romney said Let Detroit Go Bankrupt.  Read his 2008 Op Ed in the NYT. Click: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/19/opinion/19romney.html?src=mv&_r=0#38;ref=general

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Excerpt of Cheri Bustos On The Ed Show: Speaks about Sensata Workers

Cheri Bustos went on national television and stood up for Senata workers and working families throughout Illinois. You can watch a clip from Cheri’s interview here. http://youtu.be/zvEVb9vNWGE Cheri was featured on MSNBC’s The Ed Show, which filmed live from Freeport. … Continue reading

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Kudos to Cheri Bustos For Visiting ‘Bainport’ in Support of Sensata Workers Facing Outsourcing by Bain

  Rep. Bobby Schilling a “No Show” Per Usual Freeport, IL – Residents of Congressional District IL 17 thanked candidate Cheri Bustos for visiting   ‘Bainport’ today and for her continued support of Sensata workers’ fighting to save their jobs from … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor: Forum: Schilling’s support of VA cuts offers different view of the candidate

When raising my daughters I told them not to listen to what the boys say – since teenage boys will say anything – but to pay attention to what they do. The same advice applies to certain politicians. While Congressman … Continue reading

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