If Adam Andrzejewski (pronounced An-jee-ef-ski) wins the 2010 governor's race, it won't be the first time Chicagoans will have to sound out the governor's last name.
Andrzejewski campaign addresses issues such as corruption, the budget, health care, education, property taxes, job growth, veterans and individuals rights. The conservative pro-life advocate from Hinsdale is primarily focused on the state's $52 million budget problems -- saying he would order an audit of state spending if he was elected governor.
The 40-year-old, and youngest of the six Republican candidates, also said he admires the fiscally conservative ideas of former U.S. Senator from IllinoisPeter Fitzgerald and his father, who ran twice for state representative in the 1970s -- once against imprisoned former Governor George Ryan.
Campaign Site: http://www.adamforillinois.com/