“Republican House candidate Martin McLaughlin is hoping his recent Chicago Tribune endorsement sends the message that some politicians are still who they campaign to be.
“I hope it gets the message out that some people in Illinois are still about reforming government so that we can finally get to a place where we can control spending and taxes,” McLaughlin told the Lake County Gazette. “I think people have grown tired of hearing people just talk about what they’ll do. I’m someone who has run a business and got things done. Talk is cheap, and having a record of success has to make difference.”
In throwing its support behind McLaughlin, the Tribune theorizes he may be just what Springfield needs at such a critical time in history.”
The full article was published in the Lake County Gazette.