Tuesday, September 2, 2014

10 Other Things That Mike Frerichs Is Proposing For Illinois Treasurer

On top of the majesty that is/was his signature "Eco-Ag" proposal that the Mike Frerichs for Illinois Treasurer campaign rolled out over the past ten days, we thought it would be interesting to share this list of proposals that the Frerichs' team has in store over the next few months.

As you know by now, the Frerichs' proposal was rendered unnecessary by the current State Treasurer's office.  They said, unfortunately for Mike and his team, that the proposal is already in place.

So...what else might they propose?  Would it be ground-breaking?  Or would they 'pull even more of a Frerichs'?

We were slipped this 'tip sheet' on the programs/initiatives/proposals that the brain trust down in Champaign has in store for us between now and November.

We're not sure how many of these are still in the works or how many are on the cutting-room floor, but it sure does give you - as a voter - some insight into the big, massive thoughts that the Yale brain on Mike Frerichs is going to bring to bear as our State Treasurer.

Here's the 10 Proposals for Treasurer by Mike Frerichs:  

10: We will close the office on Christmas Day.
9. We promise to NOT hire infants to work iCash events.
8. We pledge to NOT stick State of Illinois cash under mattress.
7. We will prohibit drinking/drug use during work hours.
6. We will allow women to work in the office.
5. We promise to lock the vault every night.
4. Let it be known: Cigar smoking over the state's cash shall be prohibited.
3. The Treasurer will remove all funds previously allocated into the banana stand, and use that cash in low-risk investments.
2. We will work to spell the word "Treasurer" properly on *most* press materials.
1. The Treasurer will no longer start his or her day with a Scrooge McDuck dive into the state's vaults.
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