Robert Zadek spoke with host Scot Bertram on WROK AM 1440 this morning at 9:00 A.M.
Robert Zadek will be a guest on Kidd Knows on WJJG – 1530 AM today from 4-5 P.M. Listen online at www.wjjgam1530.com.
Independent Conservative Robert L. “Bob” Zadek announced that he will be continuing his campaign for the Illinois U.S. Senate seat for the general election to be held November 2, 2010 as a write-in candidate.
He has successfully filed with all 102 Illinois County Clerks’ Offices and the eight required cities’ Election Commissions with the Declaration of Intent to be a Write-In Candidate. As such, the election commissions will provide a
line on the ballot for voters to write him in as their choice for the Illinois Senatorial race.
As a tenured businessman, Zadek’s platform is based upon solutions. One solution includes a true flat tax program that eliminates the national debt and balances the federal budget. His immigration policy based on current law and following the Constitution will stem the ongoing migration of illegal aliens into our country and return illegals to their country of origin. Zadek also has a plan to create industrial permanent jobs in Illinois by using Illinois’ natural resources. Zadek’s platform also includes securing the United States’ Constitution Second Amendment Rights and promotes concealed carry in the State of Illinois and throughout the country. Zadek is also a Pro Life candidate. He believes that life begins at conception and ends at natural death.
Zadek has counseled with Ronald Reagan on monetary issues prior to his presidency and with Henry Kissinger on foreign policy. He worked with Milt Stewart, former Head of the Small Business Administration during Carter’s
presidency, on corporate development. His experience has gained him the perspective on true fiscal conservatism and responsibility, something he believes this country is in desperate need of.
Zadek has a broad business background in finance, accounting, management, land planning and development. After over forty years of implementing strategies and meeting goals, Zadek is ready to take on the challenges and opportunities we face as a nation.
As a write-in candidate for the U.S. Senate race, Zadek’s name will be listed with every election judge at every polling place November 2, 2010. Only individuals who have filed and been accepted by Illinois county clerks offices and the required cities’ election commissions, shall be counted as valid candidates.
Zadek is excited to represent and serve the needs of Illinois and our country as the next U.S. Senator from Illinois.
For more information on Zadek’s platform and campaign, his website is www.RobertZadek.com.
Robert recently did an interview for the Sauk Valley Education Forum. The video is online at www.robertzadek.com/video.html.
The Committee to Elect Robert L. Zadek to U.S. Senate will host a dinner at Caffe Greco in Rockford on Monday, December 7, 6:00-8:00 P.M. Caffe Greco is at 851 South Street in Rockford. Dinner will include chicken, pasta and a vegetable. Please join us for dinner and conversation and show your support for Robert. Cost is $50.
Please R.S.V.P. by sending us a message or by calling Bob Zadek at 815-484-3883.
Robert L. Zadek’s campaign manager Bob Zadek spoke at the Central Illinois Tea Party forum on Saturday, November 21 in Springfield at the I Worship Center. Most of the candidates running for offices in Illinois were present and there were more than 200 people in the audience. Bob spoke about Robert Zadek’s flat tax plan and how it benefits the people of Illinois and the whole country and how it plays a major role in stimulating the economy. Bob also spoke on the Thompson prison issues and stated that Robert’s visit was very productive. He talked with the superintendent, correction officers, administrative personnel, local citizens and the editor of the Carroll County Review. After reviewing the concerns of all parties, Robert produced a solution which everyone was excited to hear about, which is posted on his web site www.robertzadek.com. The campaign would like to thank Sandy, Mr. Moon and Pastor Hansen for the opportunity to speak on the issues and present Zadek’s Flat Tax proposal.
Robert Zadek will be a guest on 1530 AM Wednesday, November 25 from 4:00-5:00 P.M.
Robert Zadek attended the Antioch Township Republican Club’s meeting on Thursday, November 19, at the Lake House in Lake Villa, Illinois. Robert spoke on his platforms and the issue of Thompson. Robert made the trip to Thompson to speak personally to the prison superintendent and the people of the town. Robert spoke with Mr. Unbanks and some of the correctional officers. With the input from all, Robert came up with a solution and the people were very receptive. Robert spoke with Jonathan K. Witney, the editor of the Carroll County Review, who was very pleased with the solution. It was a wonderful evening in Antioch and a benefit for the Open Arms Mission with donations of non perishable foods.
Candidate for the United States Senate Illinois
Rockford, IL (November 18, 2009) – “Today I visited the prison at Thompson, Illinois. I talked with personnel working in the prison complex. I also talked to individuals at the Sunrise Restaurant in Thompson. There are two trains of thought in Thompson. First of all, the people working at the facility are in fear of losing their jobs so their consensus is that the prison should not be bought by the federal government. Second, the people living in Thompson would like the federal agency to create jobs. Therefore, we have one group that is not in favor of having the federal government purchase the prison for fear of losing their jobs and we have another group who wants the federal government to purchase the facility for more economic development in the area. There is a solution to this dilemma. The federal government needs to grandfather in the state employees who are now employed at the prison. The federal agency must see to it that the current employees receive the required training to meet federal guidelines. The age limitation must be adjusted so quality present employees are retained. Now, therefore, any new jobs that are required by the prison facility must be filled with Illinois residents. This now incorporates the retention of jobs in Illinois and brings in new job opportunities to Illinois residents. It also solves and addresses the wants of citizens of Thompson who ask for development and employment. As a candidate for United States Senate, I will strive to make this happen.
“The people of Thompson that I have talked to have expressed their abilities, strengths and knowledge in such a way that negates any fear of adverse security.”
Robert Zadek spoke on the evening of Monday, November 16 before The Organization of Palmer Square in Chicago. He discussed his candidacy for the U.S. Senate and his road map for the state and country. He explained his opposition to the current health care bill and spoke about Illinois’ economy and his solution based on exconomic development with a flat tax. Robert extends this appreciation to Dan Harold, president of T.O.P.S., for inviting him and Rosemarie to join them at their Thanksgiving event.