An Open Letter to Illinois Republicans
To All Illinois Republicans: How’s this for a “doomsday” scenario: tax increases will plunge Illinois into further economic crisis, hurting economic growth and job creation and causing our state’s budget
Sun-Times Hits Nail on the Head
The Sun-Times editorial board hits the nail on the head this morning with this editorial. All you need to read is this excerpt: The more we learn about the Tony
Top Ten Political Tweeters in Illinois – Peraica’s Number 1!
Thanks to Lt. Gov. candidate Thomas Castillo (@ThomasCastillo) for spearheading this list of the top ten Illinois politicians on Twitter. We’ll keep this list updated right here on ReformCookCounty.com -
Cook County Finances Sound? Not According to Fitch
According to this press release, Fitch has downgraded Cook County’s bond rating. Commissioner Peraica also has a post at his Web site.
We’ve Started a Twitter Revolution
Our use of Twitter to “live tweet” county board meetings first caused quite a stir — with some fellow commissioners “pooh-poohing” our use of the social media tool to open
Chi-Town Daily News Story on our Live Tweets
This past week, the Chi-Town Daily News’ Alex Parker had a great story about our efforts to use Twitter and social media to communicate with our constituents and open up
Cook County Commissioner Tony Peraica on CAN TV
Voters, Spending and Taxes
Last week, Rasmussen Reports released a poll showing that 77% of Americans see government officials’ unwillingness to cut government spending as a bigger problem than voters’ resistance to tax hikes:
A Video for Illinois and Cook County Residents
Meet an Illinois Congresswoman this Saturday!
Good Morning! I want to present an Invitation to any Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, Republicans who would like to meet and speak with Congresswoman Judy Biggert. Below you will find
The Truth on Cook County Taxes, Health Care
Cook County Board President Todd Stroger has based his vetoes of the county board’s sales tax repeal ordinances upon the false rhetoric that the choice is between higher taxes or
Chris Geovanis, Unplugged
All we can say is: wow. Chris Geovanis — the always outspoken, many times rude spokesperson (one of an endless array of PR flaks paid by Todd Stroger — is
Present and Unaccounted For
Steve Rhodes brings us this classic post on NBC 5 Chicago’s Blog: When it came time to be counted in the Great Sales Tax Repeal Wars of 2009, history will