Illinois Races: Robert Zadek for Senate

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    Republican Robert Zadek is running for U.S. Senate in 2010.

    Republican Robert Zadek is running for President Barack Obama's former Senate seat in 2010.

    His solution to balance the federal budget is to replace all federal taxes (i.e. social security, sales taxes) with a flat tax of 11.1 percent on income.  “This method of taxing will help reduce the size of the federal government, equalize the tax burden and stimulate the economy,” Zadek says.  He also advocates for education reform and the creation of local jobs and alternative fuel sources.

    The Rockford native has gained the support of Adam Andrzejewski, Gubernatorial candidate; Fred Brereton, Mayor of Belvidere; and Don Menge, Vice Chairman of the Boone County Republican Central Committee.

    He has been a member of the Illinois Manufacturing Association; the Illinois Association of Accountants; the Financial Executive Institute; the Rockford Board of Realtors; the American Legion; and the Knights of Columbus 4th Degree.

    He received his Bachelor's of Science degree in finance and accounting with extended studies in business law and was honorably discharged from the United States Coast Guard Reserve.

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

    Click here to join his unofficial Facebook campaign group.

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