RS Interview: Brian Woodworth (R CAND, IL-02).
IL-02 is the district of Jesse Jackson Jr… we think. I’m not exactly being facetious, here: Congressman Jackson essentially went into seclusion three weeks ago, and nobody knows where he is. I mean, seriously:, the continued absence of the Congressman is making the local papers and television; the reason given is ‘exhaustion*’ – which is not the same as ‘looming indictment.’ You can tell the | Read More »
Home Stretch: Isaac Hayes (R CAND, IL-02).
We’ve talked with Isaac before (here and here); given the latest shenanigans that his opponent has gotten himself into, it seemed like a good idea for us to check in with him again. Isaac’s site is here. Moe Lane
State of the Race: Isaac Hayes (R CAND, IL-02).
You may remember Isaac from CPAC: he’s running in Jesse Jackson, Jr’s district – or, as we like to call Jackson around here, “Senate Candidate #5.” Isaac’s site is here. Moe Lane Crossposted to Moe Lane.
Meet Isaac Hayes (R CAND, IL-02).
The queue of interviews is full, by the way: I have a ton of them, but the video uploads are killing me. Expect them over the next bunch of days. Anyway, here’s Isaac Hayes: no relation, to his own regret. His site is here. Moe Lane Crossposted to Moe Lane.
A quick review of IL-02.
Just in case Rep. Jackson’s talk with federal authorities gets… complicated… for him. OK, D-35, which implies a certain uphill climb (to put it mildly): and Jackson won with 89% of the vote in 2008, which implies that said climb would be virtually vertical. None the less, at least we’re putting candidates in this district; so if Jackson’s life does get… complicated, we should keep | Read More »