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    @GranataIL

    My opponents will tout their lack of experience in government as an asset.....but when you have such an evenly divided state government as the Midwest has, experience is going to be paramount. #NoOnTheJobTraining #ReadyDayOne #GranataForGov
  5. I strongly oppose sanctuary state/city policies. Any municipality harboring criminals and working against federal agencies to apprehend them will be swiftly handled under my administration. The Midwest will not be a safe haven for those who choose to break our immigration laws. We will work with and support President Trump, ICE, and anyone else enforcing immigration law. Immigration to the U.S. and to the Midwest is a privilege not a right. We will take care of our lawful citizens first and foremost.
  6. Thanks for this question. There’s a couple factors that we look at when we talk about job growth. I’m going to try to be as specific as I can here... A. Economy An economy has to be doing well in order for it to produce more jobs. This means that business owners can afford to hire you, pay you well enough to keep you working for them, and make a profit. The more money the business owners make, the more they provide to their employees as incentive to stay and work hard, the more competitive they become in the industry, and the more jobs they create. This is our beloved free market of America. How do we keep this free market strong? KEEP IT FREE. Slash regulations, implement tax incentives, and for the most part, LEAVE IT ALONE. I support the president’s tax law, I support his regulation cuts... and we need to bring those ideas to the governor’s office here in the Midwest. B. Public trust Workers need to see high return on investment. How does the government do that without getting involved? It legislates the ability to CHOOSE. What do I mean? I mean right to work, I mean making sure we can fund our public pensions for teachers, police officers, and fine public servants which means reducing the outrageous cost of pensions for elected officials. Even the field. These two things need to be overseen by a strong executive who will be extremely involved in being helpful without being a puppet master. Less is more.
  7. Republican gubernatorial candidate Anthony Granata takes questions from voters in Jefferson County Missouri
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    @GranataIL

    We’re going to be in Jefferson County Missouri talking about our campaign and taking questions from voters! Come out and join the discussion! #GranataForGov #RealSolutions #RealResults
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    @GranataIL

    The choice for Midwestern GOP primary voters is clear. We are PRO life, PRO Trump, PRO right to work, and ANTI corruption and illegal immigration. We have the experience to boot. #VoteGranata #RealRepublican #RealMidwesterner
  10. Congressman Anthony Granata (R-IL) announced his candidacy for Governor of the Midwest this morning, citing rising property taxes, increased government corruption, and increased regulations among concerns facing the Midwest. “It’s time to work more efficiently, eliminate waste, and develop an honest independent job market” Granata is a pro right to work candidate, who aims to introduce such legislation upon entering office. ”The right to work and express your interests freely ends when political donations are forced upon the working people of this great region.” Granata also supports quality mental health facilities and funding to address the opioid crisis, along with a fundamental working relationship with President Trump. “We need to allow President Trump’s agenda to flourish hear in the Midwest, and as Governor I’ll work with him every step of the way.”
  11. Anthony Granata Congressman Anthony Granata (R-IL) announced his candidacy for Governor of the Midwest this morning, citing rising property taxes, increased government corruption, and increased regulations among concerns facing the Midwest. “It’s time to work more efficiently, eliminate waste, and develop an honest independent job market” Granata is a pro right to work candidate, who aims to introduce such legislation upon entering office. ”The right to work and express your interests freely ends when political donations are forced upon the working people of this great region.” Granata also supports quality mental health facilities and funding to address the opioid crisis, along with a fundamental working relationship with President Trump. “We need to allow President Trump’s agenda to flourish hear in the Midwest, and as Governor I’ll work with him every step of the way.” View full PR
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    2019 Governor Special Elections Filing

    Midwest Governor Filing Name: Anthony Granata Party: Republican Current Position: Illinois Congressman
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    Anthony Granata

    Anthony Granata was born May 06 1960 and served as the Mayor of Bolingbrook, IL before being elected to the U.S. House where he currently serves. He has a wife, three children, and 2 grandchildren. Granata graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a BA in political science, and from John Marshall Law School with his JD.
  15. Character Name: Anthony Granata Home State: Illinois Previous Job: Politics (Congressman, Governor, Mayor, or lower rank) Date of Birth: 05/06/1960 Race / Ethnicity: White Religion: Protestant Christian Wealth: Upper Middle Class Gender: Male Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: No How many children do you have?: 3 Anthony Granata was born May 06 1960 and served as the Mayor of Bolingbrook, IL before being elected to the U.S. House where he currently serves. He has a wife, three children, and 2 grandchildren. Granata graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a BA in political science, and from John Marshall Law School with his JD. View full character
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