Davie takes to social media, says campaign gaining momentum
August is shaping up to be a critical time for Barrett Davie in his run against Sen. Julie Morrison (D-Deerfield) in District 29.
“Our campaign is picking up serious momentum moving into August,” Davie recently posted on Facebook. “I've been meeting with people all over the District, hope you enjoy the pictures.”
Davie was also recently on hand to meet and greet voters at the Mt. Prospect Day of Action event and at Bernie’s Book Bank for the “world’s largest book pyramid.”
Davie has based his campaign on a platform calling for a balanced state budget and property tax, pension and education reforms.
An attorney by trade, he’s maintained he’s just the kind of leader the state needs at this critical juncture.
“A bold yet attainable vision for our state requires leadership that is active, energetic and capable of leading our efforts and achieving successful outcomes,” he posted on his website. “Intentions are nice, however, anything short of achieving our ultimate goals won’t do for the people of Illinois and our residents in the 29th Senate District.”
Senate District 29 includes portions of the North Suburbs of Chicago in Lake and Cook Counties.