Chicago Tribune Endorses Garrett Peck
Plainfield, IL October 18, 2012: As the political season continues to heat up among numerous races, the Chicago Tribune continues to release its endorsements of state and national candidates after an intensive interview process. Among those names is Republican candidate for the 49th Senate District Garrett Peck, a Plainfield Village Trustee. The Chicago Tribune states Mr. Peck, “speaks with confidence about how he’d fix the state’s pension and workers’ compensation systems, about the limitations of the new campaign finance laws, [and] about the Catch-22 of handing out tax breaks to prevent businesses from fleeing the state.” The article continues, “he would bring a common-sense business perspective to state government.” Peck is running against Regional Superintendent of Schools Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant, a Democrat from Shorewood, whom the Editorial simply describes as “woefully short on specifics about how to address the state’s most vexing problems.”
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