Illinois Races: Dan Proft for Governor

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

Thursday, Jan 14, 2010  |  Updated 7:18 PM CDT
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Primary Interview:  Dan Proft for Governor

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.

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Primary Interview: Dan Proft for Governor

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

Primary Interview: Dan Proft for Governor

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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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.

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

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