(Aurora)- November 8, 2019
Not surprisingly, every Democrat but two, called recently for the impeachment witch-hunt to continue. And 11th District Congressman Bill Foster was in lockstep with the New York and San Francisco liberals, like Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker he votes for every two years.
With no solid evidence of wrongdoing Foster’s recent statement is full of speculation but no proof. He talks of information “painting a disturbing picture” of Presidential misdeeds.
Picture painting has never been used to convict a person of a crime. It is a parsing of words to make an issue where none really exists.
“That is not what should launch an impeachment investigation,” Republican candidate for Congress Krishna Bansal stated. “There needs to be real evidence, otherwise Foster and the Democrats are just playing politics and wasting money, and distracting from real issues facing our nation.”
Krishna for Congress Campaign representative, Raquel Mitchell, concluded, “Working families and taxpayers are struggling to pay the crushing tax burden, and all the Congressman Foster and the majority in the House can focus on is overturning the results of the 2016 election, in an in democratic way.”
(Aurora)- November 7, 2019
In an effort to take back Illinois’ 11th District from career politicians Bill Foster and Nancy Pelosi, and return it to the people, Krishna Bansal and his team are out working hard.
The first step is to secure 698 signatures from registered voters and file them by December 2 in Springfield. Volunteers, interns, staff, and the candidate are all collecting signatures. More help is welcome, and the petitions and instructions are available on this web site.
At the conclusion of the signature campaign, a grand campaign kick-off is scheduled for Saturday, December 7 from 1-3. The theme will be “Honoring Our Veterans and Keeping America First” as we remember the 78th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day. More details to come and some very special guests will be present.
“I am excited about the response to our campaign from Republican leaders, local officials, and the grassroots voters, especially independents and Democrats frustrated by the corruption and leftward shift in their party,” Krishna said.
Campaign adviser Nimish Jani said, “This District is ready for change. Bill Foster was first elected 11 years ago this month. It’s time for new ideas and new leaders, not more high taxes and out of control government spending.”
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(Aurora)- November 7, 2019
The Krishna for Congress team hosted a successful Voter Appreciation Drive yesterday in the Pradel Room of Braconi’s in Naperville yesterday. Dozens of local voters came out to meet Krishna and other area elected officials and candidates for the March 17, 2020 Republican ballot.
A pizza buffet was shared and conversations on many issues were held. “It was great listening to the concerns and issues most important to the voters. I value new ideas and passionate views that people have,” Krishna said after the event.
“With the winter weather coming early, and outdoor contacts most difficult, indoor events like this provide a better opportunity to meet with voters,” said Campaign Director Raquel Mitchell.
She concluded, “Plus we get to support great local businesses.”
Among the elected officials and candidate joining Krishna at the event were, DuPage County Auditor Bob Grogan, DuPage County Coroner Dr. Rich Jorgensen, Circuit Judge James F. McClluskey, Circuit Judge Richard Felice, Clerk of the Circuit Court Chris Kachiroubas, Recorder Candidate Babette Holder, US Senate Candidate Mark Curran and Forest Preserve District 5 Candidate Karl Schultz.
Krishna for Congress will host the next Voter Appreciation Drive on Tuesday, November 12 at Cemeno’s Pizza in Joliet from 5:30-8 PM, and a third November 13 at Tailgater’s in Naperville.
Petitions are filed for Congress in District 11 between November 25 and December 2 in Springfield.