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Contact the Kay campaign at:
Citizens for Kay
P.O. Box 129
Glen Carbon, IL 62034
618-659-5413

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  • Christopher Krusa
    commented 2018-07-03 17:18:53 -0500
    Sir, are you planning to submit the Sierra Club questionnaire you should have received recently. I chair the local Sierra Club Group.
  • Jack Calve
    commented 2018-03-21 11:27:54 -0500
    Is Dwight Kay pro-life? Roman Catholic voters would like to know.
  • Sam Bramstedt
    commented 2018-03-21 02:30:32 -0500
    Your twitter hasn’t been updated since 2016. Seeing people ranging from President Trump to the recent student gun law activists gain political momentum by spreading their message on twitter to its young audience, I strongly suggest a large and active presence there for the general election. Congrats on your primary win, let’s get you your seat back!
  • Wanda Matter
    commented 2018-03-18 10:00:45 -0500
    Thank you Dwight and best of luck in the upcoming election! We support and wish you the best.


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  • Glenn Rountree
    commented 2018-03-12 19:20:24 -0500
    Sunday, March 11, 2018


    Dear Representative Kay,


    We sincerely desire you to read and respond to the following citizen concerns that reproduce poor neglect by both the House and Congress. Do not put the blame of what we say on the Democrats as justification. Blame of this nature originates from your lack of citizen elected purpose and self-observation lack of this purpose.

    We have read your flyers stating you will stand against Mike Madigan. You are against corruption in Springfield. You refused to accept government pension. You will take a 10 percent pay cut.

    We understand you are competing with Mike Madigan and Wendy Erhart. We want to hear from you what you will do to stop corruption in Springfield, Chicago, and all of Illinois and make it happen. To refuse to accept government pension is ambiguous. Is this statement real with you right now and going forward? Will take a 10 percent pay cut is also ambiguous. Is this statement real with you right now and going forward? This is what we need to hear from you not ambiguity. Lastly, the back of your flyer says “Jobs Fleeting the State”. We need to hear from you what are you doing to create jobs in this State. Stop being indefinite, we want to here and see what you want to do by enacted law for all of the citizens of Illinois.

    Here is a major existing problem that has decades of neglect by House Representatives, The American Infrastructure, that will create multiple jobs for Illinois, the State you are suppose to represent. You did not address this in your flyer, and the many other issues American people need in this state now. The House seems to be excited about spending money to other sources, and yet continue to disregard having a fixed proper state budget in place.

    I am a veteran and I travel back and forth to Missouri John Cochran Saint Louis and Jefferson Barracks every other day. We all use Interstate 64,55 and Interstate 255, roads going from Collinsville, IL to Missouri John Cochran and Jefferson Barracks. We call these roads the LUMPY, DUMPY, BUMBY ROADS THROUGH HELL TO HEAVEN. These Interstate roads include all exits and entries that are just as bad as the highway itself. By this statement, we mean once we travel through the lumpy, dumpy, bumpy, roads through Illinois hell we finally get into Missouri highway heaven. The Interstate Highway roads in Missouri are far superior to those of Illinois. It is like traveling on a smooth sailing boat. If Missouri can have superior Interstate highway roads, surely Illinois can also.

    I am tired of aligning and balancing my tires every six months costing $100.00 plus using the roads of hell as mentioned that do not need to exist. You need to focus your attention to the decaying structures of America FIRST, not spending our money for building Infrastructures for other countries. This will get you our votes. You and your colleagues cannot neglect this state any longer. Pass this on to your college’s maybe they might wake up out of their sleep.
  • Glenn Rountree
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  • Glenn Rountree
    commented 2018-03-09 16:36:09 -0600
    Friday, March 9, 18


    Dear Representative Kay,


    We sincerely desire you to read and respond to the following citizen concerns that reproduce poor neglect by both the House and Congress. Do not put the blame of what we say on the Democrats as justification. Blame of this nature originates from your lack of citizen elected purpose and self-observation lack of this purpose.

    We have read your flyers stating you will stand against Mike Madigan. You are against corruption in Springfield. You refused to accept government pension. You will take a 10 percent pay cut.

    We understand you are competing with Mike Madigan. We want to hear from you what you will do to stop corruption in Springfield, Chicago, and all of Illinois and make it happen. To refuse to accept government pension is ambiguous. Is this statement real with you right now and going forward? Will take a 10 percent pay cut is also ambiguous. Is this statement real with you right now and going forward? This is what we need to hear from you not ambiguity. Lastly, the back of your flyer says “Jobs Fleeting the State”. We need to hear from you what are you doing to create jobs in this State. Stop being indefinite, we want to here and see what you want to do by enacted law for all of the citizens of Illinois.

    Here is a major existing problem that has decades of neglect by House and Congress, The American Infrastructure, that will create multiple jobs for Illinois, the State you are suppose to represent. You did not address this in your flyer, and the many other issues American people need now. The House seems to be excited about giving free money to other countries and outside sources, and yet continue to disregard America.

    I am a veteran and I travel back and forth to Missouri John Cochran Saint Louis and Jefferson Barracks every other day. We all use Interstate 64,55 and Interstate 255, roads going from Collinsville, IL to Missouri John Cochran and Jefferson Barracks. We call these roads the LUMPY, DUMPY, BUMBY ROADS THROUGH HELL TO HEAVEN. These Interstate roads include all exits and entries that are just as bad as the highway itself. By this statement, we mean once we travel through the lumpy, dumpy, bumpy, roads through Illinois hell we finally get into Missouri highway heaven. The Interstate Highway roads in Missouri are far superior to those of Illinois. It is like traveling on a smooth sailing boat.

    I am tired of aligning and balancing my tires every six months costing $100.00 plus using the roads of hell as mentioned that do not need to exist. You need to focus your attention to the decaying structures of America FIRST, not spending our money for building Infrastructures for other countries. This will get you our votes. You and your colleges cannot neglect America any longer. Pass this on to your college’s maybe they might wake up out of their sleep.
  • Glenn Rountree
    commented 2018-03-09 16:34:59 -0600
  • Cliff Brimmer
    commented 2018-02-25 20:30:41 -0600
    Our team supports Kay! Keep the good work moving forward!


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  • Joseph Picchiotti
    commented 2016-06-09 12:36:25 -0500
  • Fred Floreth
    commented 2014-04-14 09:27:29 -0500
    I’m trying to purchase tickets as a Friendship Sponsor for Sunset on the Bluffs, but when I hit the button the purchase zeros out and nothing happens.
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