WGLT debate/forum intro

Originally published facebook/kenallison309 – 26 SEP How comfortable are you? How are your friends and family doing? How your children doing? I can tell you what everyone I have talked to is feeling… Uncomfortable The reason why is that there is no trust because there is no transparency. The elected officials we have in officeContinue reading “WGLT debate/forum intro”

Ken Allison’s observations from the WGLT debate/forum

Originally published facebook/kenallison309 – 26 SEP Here the breakdown… 2 min intro. 90sec for questions. 60sec for follow up questions. 2 min closing statement. We drew the order and fortunately for me, I was the last person to open, and last person to close. Beginners luck I suppose. OBSERVATION: Democrat I found it interesting thatContinue reading “Ken Allison’s observations from the WGLT debate/forum”

You may not know my name, but you know me

Originally published facebook/kenallison309 – 22 SEP If you want to know my specific policies or positions, please ask. Send us a message on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter at kenallison309 or through our website at http://www.kenallison.org. I would be happy to answer any questions you throw my way. My primary goal is for you to makeContinue reading “You may not know my name, but you know me”

You may not know my name

Originally published Facebook/kenallison309 – 21 SEP For those that don’t know me. I am Ken Allison. I will not allow the specter of socialism to take hold in this country. Not now. Not ever. It is simply unAmerican and it is high time someone stood squarely against the mere suggestion of it. I firmly rejectContinue reading “You may not know my name”

Campaign notes from Morton, IL

Originally published on Facebook/kenallison309 – 19 SEP Had a lot of great conversations in Morton today canvassing, knocking on doors. People can be incredibly friendly. Lots of people still ask me why I didn’t run as one of the other main parties. The truth is, it really shouldn’t matter. The question should be, can IContinue reading “Campaign notes from Morton, IL”

Vote In Person vs Mail-in

Originally published on Facebook/kenallison309 18 SEP 2020 In the fall of 2004, I found myself outside of a polling site in Afghanistan in order to provide physical security for one of the country’s first free elections. We were armed to the teeth and had the place locked down. This “Op” was no different than anyContinue reading “Vote In Person vs Mail-in”

Constitutional Changes & Tax Increases

Originally published on Facebook/kenallison309 16 SEP I just watched a commercial regarding the constitutional change for the progressive tax structure.The beginning argument was that the General Assembly can already change the income tax rate anytime they want. While true, here is why they don’t do just that.The flat tax percentage of taxable income would haveContinue reading “Constitutional Changes & Tax Increases”

Back to school in Illinois 88th District

Originally published on Facebook 17 AUG Just got off the phone with a fellow resident of the 88th District. It was a sobering conversation that ended on the topic of sending our kids back to school. Truthfully there is no easy answer. I can tell you, our educators and administrators are working their tails offContinue reading “Back to school in Illinois 88th District”

Ken Visits KAM Shooting Sports in Morton, IL

Originally published on Facebook 15 AUG It was awesome getting to meet Kevin Moody, the owner of KAM Shooting Sports in Morton, Illinois today. Great facility and great people. Kevin and I had just a few minutes to talk about the 2A and the continual erosion of those rights here in Illinois. If elected, you can guaranteeContinue reading “Ken Visits KAM Shooting Sports in Morton, IL”

Bloomington Public Transportation

From Facebook August 14 Today I was invited to Bloomington, Illinois to visit and talk with the people of the 88th District about various issues. Most notably, public transportation accessibility to school age children and veterans. Two examples. Example 1:There is a school that is currently paying cab fares for students to get to and from school.Continue reading “Bloomington Public Transportation”