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LKCS to Host Endorsement Event for Adam Kinzinger

By on May 26th, 2010 in News

LKCS will play host to a campaign endorsement announcement for Adam Kinzinger. Kinzinger is running for U.S. Congress and will be holding a press conference on June 2, 2012 at LKCS.

The National Federation of Independent Business is holding a campaign endorsement announcement for Adam Kinzinger here at LKCS on Wednesday, June 2, 2010. Adam is running for U.S. Congress and will be here with several members of the press to tour the facility. The press conference will begin at 10:00 a.m.

Mike Dudek, LKCS President, says “In the 2008 elections, most Americans were  ready for change. Many felt our government was letting us down and that we were going in the wrong direction. We received change, but unfortunately  much of it is wrong. The Democratic leadership is currently out of touch with the needs of most Americans. They’re catering to their special interest groups and taking the Country in a direction that our children may never be able to crawl out of. It’s all about the next election and not what is best for America. To make matters worse, Chicago style politics are being used to lead OUR Nation.”

“I support Adam because he is in touch with the needs of Illinois and the nation. Jobs are what is needed to get us out of this recession. As a small business owner, I trust that Adam will do what is right to get the majority of unemployed American’s working. He won’t vote to restrict who can work based on their affiliations. This is just wrong!”

In a message to LKCS employees, Mike Dudek also commented “You obviously know how I’ll vote next November, but the key is that you vote next November. A lot is at stake with the future of our country and the least you can do is vote. The kids of today are going to need all the help they can get. Listen to more than the sound bites and learn about the issues. A lot is at stake. Taking a few minutes to listen to Adam speak is a start.”

More information about Adam Kinzinger and his campaign for U.S. Congress can be found at