Illinois Races: Dan Proft for Governor

"Illinois isn't broken, it's fixed"

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    NEWSLETTERS

    In his campaign for Illinois governor, commentator Dan Proft's slogan is "Illinois isn't broken. It's fixed." No elective office experience remains an obstacle.

    Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Proft, from Wheaton, is a pro-life advocate for business-friendly policies, military families, adopted and disabled children.

    He is a political commentator for WLS-AM 890 radio in Chicago, a contributor to numerous conservative publications, and a small business owner.  Since 1994, Proft has either been running for political office or in a government leadership role.  According to his campaign site, Proft has been a "conservative thought leader and outspoken voice of reform for 15 years."

    As a student at Northwestern University, Proft co-founded the Northwestern Chronicle, an independent campus newspaper still in existence today.  He went on to receive his J.D. from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

    Primary Interview: Dan Proft for Governor

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    Republican candidate for governor says cutting income and corporate taxes and eliminating the state estate tax will help bring jobs to Illinois.

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    Campaign Site: http://www.proft2010.com/

    Primary Interview: Dan Proft for Governor

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    Republican candidate for governor says cutting income and corporate taxes and eliminating the state estate tax will help bring jobs to Illinois.

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