January 30, 2006

Help Edwin Eisendrath get Blagojevich to debate

Received a mailing from the Eisendrath forces yesterday which urged readers to call, and e-mail the governor and write letters to the editor in order to create pressure on Blagojevish to accept a debate with Eisendrath.
We need your help today to demand debates. We believe that the Governor should stand side by side with Edwin to discuss the issues important to us all like education funding, access to college education; eliminating sweetheart pension deals; banning the practice of trading jobs for lucrative state contracts; creating and keeping good jobs and restoring trust and integrity to our state government.

Here's how you can help today

EMAIL the governor's office and insist on an Eisendrath-Blagojevich debate. Click here to email the governor's office:

CALL the governor's office. A live operator answers these lines between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM. Leave a message with them telling them who you are, where you live and that you would like to see an Eisendrath-Blagojevich debate. Ask that they be sure to get the message to the governor.

Springfield: 217-782-6830
Chicago: 312-814-2121

SUBMIT a letter to the editor saying how you would like to see an Eisendrath-Blagojevich debate. Use the links below to submit a letter to the editor. You must include your name, address and telephone number so that the newspaper can verify your letter.

Chicago Tribune - ctc-tribletter@tribune.com
Chicago Sun Times - letter@suntimes.com
Peoria Journal Star - forum@pjstar.com
State Journal Register - http://www.sj-r.com/forms/letters.asp
Daily Herald - fencepost@dailyherald.com
Daily Southtown - jhector@dailysouthtown.com
Champaign-Urbana News Gazette - letters@news-gazette.com
Rockford Register Star - rrseditorial@smtp.registerstartower.com
Southern Illinoisian - letters@thesouthern.com

Please do these things today. It will only take a few minutes and will be a great help to our campaign. The Republican candidates all took to the stage to debate last week in Naperville, IL. It's time for the Democratic candidates to do the same.
Though the mailing leaves out the local papers, I'm sure a letter to them would suffice.

It might be refeshing to see this debate, don't you agree?


At 1/31/2006 1:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Someone could hijack THE hairbrush and hold it hostage perhaps????


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