Committee to Elect Dan Caulkins
PO Box 6101
Decatur, IL 62524
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Dan Caulkins wastes little time getting to the specifics when talking about a new Pew Charitable Trusts study that finds Illinois lags behind every other state in personal income growth.
Dan Caulkins believes there is a reason why the candidates who are most strongly supported by Mike Madigan get most of their funding from the longtime House speaker.
As a longtime Republican, Dan Caulkins admits he’s gotten to the point where he finds what Democrats have to say is what interests him the most.
Dan Caulkins views all the ongoing policy decisions coming out of Springfield as the height of insanity.
Dan Caulkins considers more than 300 Chicago Public Schools (CPS) system employees' decision to stop paying union dues in the wake of the recent Janus Supreme Court verdict a classic illustration of how democracy should work.
Dan Caulkins knows the fight he has vowed to wage won’t be an easy battle.
Dan Caulkins wouldn’t mind seeing Illinois follow the lead of its neighboring states for the sake of preservation.
Republican House hopeful Dan Caulkins believes true conservatives should support Gov. Bruce Rauner’s re-election effort despite their many disappointments in his first term.
Dan Caulkins argues Illinois needs to be the antithesis of what it’s long been if it is going to save itself.
Dan Caulkins believes Illinois lawmakers need to figure out what industry they want the state to be known for.
Republican House hopeful Dan Caulkins worries new work requirement legislation proposed by the Chicago City Council could change the fabric of what the entire country represents.
Dan Caulkins argues the sexual abuse scandal now plaguing the Chicago Public School (CPS) system proves what everyone already knows.
State House hopeful Dan Caulkins wonders how a school board reaches a point where the students are no longer the priority.
Dan Caulkins wonders when the abuse of state taxpayers at the hands of their city government will come to an end.
Dan Caulkins barely raises an eye over news that almost a third of all the city’s property tax revenues end up in one of the 143 special taxing districts controlled by Mayor Rahm Emanuel and city alderman.
Dan Caulkins has a colorful way of looking at the politicians in Springfield he holds responsible for the state’s out-of-control pension benefits system.
Dan Caulkins is painfully reminded of how much he thinks lawmakers in Springfield have failed Illinois taxpayers every time he turns his head.
Republican candidate Dan Caulkins believes the ongoing scandal involving Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino exemplifies the need for change in Springfield.
Republican candidate Dan Caulkins doesn’t know how House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) can sleep at night, especially now that the fallout from last year’s record-setting tax increase is being felt.
Dan Caulkins is worried that Illinois’ system of taxation has had the impact he has always feared it would.