ROCKFORD (WIFR) -- The republican candidate met with workers at dial machine in Rockford today. He says our state is too bureaucratic and if elected, he would roll back regulation.
He also pledges to give tax credits to companies that create jobs lower workers compensations costs and medical malpractice costs. He says while his opponent Governor Pat Quinn talks about giving benefits to the unemployed he thinks our state should focus on giving them jobs.
"I've got a plan for a 21-hundred dollar new job tax credit for any size business, eliminate the sales tax on gas, eliminate the state tax penalty, rolling back the bureaucracy that adversely affects businesses, and removing and reducing the litigation costs it takes to do business in Illinois."
Brady currently serves as State Senator for the Bloomington area.