Committee to Elect Dan Caulkins
PO Box 6101
Decatur, IL 62524
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For the sake of Illinois, new Republican state Rep. Dan Caulkins (R-Decatur) is hoping his mind is playing tricks on him.
State Rep.-elect Dan Caulkins of Decatur says he wonders what it will take for lawmakers in Springfield to stand up to the unions he argues are ruining the state.
State Rep.-elect Dan Caulkins, a Republican from Decatur, argues the numbers alone don’t tell the full story about what Illinois’s shrinking population could mean for the state.
State Rep.-elect Dan Caulkins, a Republican who will represent the 101st District, is dismayed by Gov. Bruce Rauner's latest revelations.
State Rep.-elect Dan Caulkins of Decatur argues it’s time lawmakers in Springfield face the monster that the Illinois's pension liability has morphed into.
Dan Caulkins still holds out hope that Springfield will soon be a different, more civil, place.
Even as he acknowledges that his party’s plight has become more difficult, Dan Caulkins remains as committed to his party as he’s ever been.
Dan Caulkins doesn’t want voters to leave anything to chance on election day.
Dan Caulkins laments too many lawmakers in Springfield have turned the act of deceiving voters about taxes into an art form.
Illinois’ spending plan is fraught with roughly $100 million in wasteful spending at a time when some lawmakers are pushing for even more tax increases, an Illinois Policy Institute (IPI) report details.
Dan Caulkins worries that Mike Madigan is universally known for all the wrong reasons.
Caulkins is running against Democrat Jen McMillin for the 101st District. He thinks the cautionary words by Gov. Rauner in his TV ad should be an effective message to defeat Democrat J.B. Pritzker heading into the last four weeks of campaign season.
Since it was announced in May, a plan floated by the Chicago Federal Reserve to create a statewide residential property tax-- adding another $2,500 per year to the bill of a $250,000 Illinois home-- has been furiously, publicly opposed by Republicans across the state.
Dan Caulkins, a Republican running for a House seat in the 101st District, isn’t sure if he’s appalled or just flabbergasted by J.B. Pritzker’s actions.
Dan Caulkins is saddened but not surprised to hear how disillusioned most Illinois taxpayers have grown with Springfield.
Dan Caulkins is not surprised by the deception he regularly sees coming from Democrats, like House Speaker Mike Madigan, at this point in the election cycle.
Dan Caulkins wants voters to remember actions speak louder than words when it comes to assessing House Speaker Mike Madigan.
Republican candidate Dan Caulkins believes Illinois would not be in the situation it is in if lawmakers had kept their promises.
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.