Bill Brady begins Chicago area commercial to share his vision for Illinois
First television ad of campaign focuses on job creating policies
Bill Brady shares his plan for growing jobs with a new commercial that begins airing today in the Chicago area.
The commercial will air through a significant buy on broadcast and cable television. Brady talks directly to voters about his plan to hold the line on taxes and pursue job-creating policies in the state. He also reiterates his commitment to term limits and contribution limits.
"I know voters in the Chicago area want to hear more about my vision," Brady said. "I'm going to continue spending a great deal of time in the city and suburbs and will do everything I can to hear concerns of people here and talk about my goal to bring a clean break to the state."
Brady is pushing for campaign contribution limits, capping individual campaign contributions at $4,800 for a primary-general election cycle and prohibiting union and corporate contributions. He also is calling for term limits to ending control of the General Assembly by a powerful few.