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READ: “Meet Lenny McAllister, an Intriguing GOP Name in Chicago’s House Race”

In Articles, Lenny for Congress on January 11, 2013 at 3:18 pm
“I think first I would define myself as a child of God...(s)omebody that is a leader...I am a Republican, but I am definitely not of the current stereotype...(someone) who embraces conservative principles and understands where conservative principles can apply to urban and suburban voting populations in a way that the Republican party has not been successful...(y)et at the same time, not afraid to talk about issues of race, issues of social economics, not afraid to talk about issues that have been impacting the youth, the poor, and the working classes of America..." Read more of Lenny McAllister's interview in National Review Online

“I think first I would define myself as a child of God…(s)omebody that is a leader…I am a Republican, but I am definitely not of the current stereotype…(someone) who embraces conservative principles and understands where conservative principles can apply to urban and suburban voting populations in a way that the Republican party has not been successful…(y)et at the same time, not afraid to talk about issues of race, issues of social economics, not afraid to talk about issues that have been impacting the youth, the poor, and the working classes of America…” Read more of Lenny McAllister’s interview in National Review Online

 

CHICAGO (January 10, 2013) — Noted conservative writer Jim Geraghty featured 2013 US congressional candidate Lenny McAllister (IL-2nd) in a conservation that was featured on National Review Online and National Review this week. The 1300+ word article covered a range of perspectives given by McAllister, providing a glimpse into why Geraghty called McAllister “…an intriguing GOP name in Chicago’s House Race…”

 

 

“Who am I? I think first I would define myself as a child of God,” McAllister begins. “Somebody that is a leader, that doesn’t follow conventional politics. I am a Republican, but I am definitely not of the current stereotype. I am a Republican who embraces conservative principles and understands where conservative principles can apply to urban and suburban voting populations in a way that the Republican party has not been successful in engaging those voting blocs over the past 30 years. Yet at the same time, I am a Republican not afraid to talk about issues of race, issues of social economics, not afraid to talk about issues that have been impacting the youth, the poor, and the working classes of America…we have an opportunity in 2013 to change that, to change the tone within the Republican party and to change the attention that both sides of the aisle give to districts like this one, and to start working better together.”

 

Read “Meet Lenny McAllister, an Intriguing GOP Name in Chicago’s House Race” in the latest version of National Review Online by clicking the link above or by clicking the picture above.

 

Don’t forget: follow Lenny on Twitter at @lennymcallister, join his Facebook page and spread the word about Lenny for Congress (www.LennyForCongress.com)

 

Lenny McAllister for Illinois’ 2nd Congressional District: #OneBigTeam

 

 

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