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State House District 105

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  • Dan Brady

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    Chemberly Cummings

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How would you address Illinois' revenue shortfall, especially in light of COVID-19, including plans to raise more revenue and how to prioritize spending?

Do you support the Fair Tax (graduated rate income tax) amendment?

What measures will you support for equitable redistricting?

What is your position on vote by mail and would you support a universal vote by mail for Illinois?

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Raising revenue and prioritizing spending has proved to not be enough for our state; Illinois needs to address a full-scale audit of our state’s spending. We need to determine specific goals for our state in the coming years and prioritize according to the effects of COVID-19. We cannot allow unnecessary budget line items; we must change antiquated budgeting policies. It is our duty as public servants to prepare our state for the future.
I support the Fair Tax amendment and look forward to the economic equity it will create in our state. The bottom 97% of Illinoisians will see a decrease or no change in their taxes; the flat tax system that we have now is further disadvantaging lower-class families and allowing the top 3% to get out of paying their fair share of taxes.
‘Politics’ should not be involved in redistricting. No party should have a hand in districting; it only leads to unfair representation, gerrymandering, and can be a serious hindrance to true democracy in Illinois. This is a non-partisan issue that should be discussed with citizens that properly represent counties and municipalities in our state.
Voting, in this election more than ever, is vital to the process of government. Without accessible methods of voting, many underrepresented communities will be deprived of their rights. Voting by mail is necessary to cater to the needs of our diverse population; those working during voting hours, those without transportation to the polls, and many more. Not to mention, during the pandemic high-risk individuals shouldn’t be stripped of their right to vote simply because they prioritize their health.