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Illinois 2010 Elections: Quad City Times–“Porter McNeil to Be Most Promising” for Illinois House

(Chicago, IL) — January 29, 2010. The Quad City Times has given a big boost to Democratic state representative candidate Porter McNeil with its bright and glowing endorsement to succeed State Rep. Mike Boland (D-East Moline) in the Illinois House.

Here it is:

Illinois Quad-Citians have a rare chance to infuse new life into the moribund state House of Representatives, a body politic divorced from the electorate by Democratic leadership and tired partisan flailing.

Longtime incumbent Rep. Mike Boland’s retirement from the seat attracted three strong Democrat contenders and one experienced Republican candidate.

We believe Democrat Porter McNeil to be the most promising among the Democrats to face Republican Rich Morthland in November.

McNeil’s ideas, work experience and can-do demeanor elevate his candidacy among this primary field of commendable candidates.

Read the rest of the endorsement here …

About David Ormsby

David, a public relations consultant and Huffington Post blogger, is an ex-Press Secretary of the Illinois Democratic Party.


One thought on “Illinois 2010 Elections: Quad City Times–“Porter McNeil to Be Most Promising” for Illinois House

  1. My campaign is ending strong, with endorsements from the QC TIMES, US Senator Dick Durbin, former US Senator Adlai Stevenson, State Rep. Mike Boland and several others.

    Posted by Porter McNeil | February 1, 2010, 11:22 PM

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