About the Candidate

Name: Casey Chlebek
DOB: March 30, 1949
Occupation: As President of the J & C Realty Management acting as the Manger of the NorthShore Manor Apartments
Political Experience: No specific political experience but I was engaged in leadership roles at various civic organizations, notably:
* Most recently, 2-year stewardship as the Commodore of the Chicago Yachting Association (CYA), now Immediate Past Commodore
* Secretary of the Polish American Leadership – Political Action Committee (PAL-PAC)
* President and founder of the PNA Lodge #3279 – Friends of JCYC.
* President of the Polish American Congress – Illinois Division
* National Director at Large of the Polish American Congress
* President and founder of the C&J Realty Management Inc
Website: caseyforsenate.com
Twitter: @CaseySenate

Candidate Statement

My name is Casey Chlebek and I am running for the United States Senator.

Since I am an immigrant who was raised in the utopian world of socialist policies of Poland and since I have achieved my success in the United States, I do believe, I offer very unique credentials for the Illinois voters to elect me in the 2020 Elections.

As the Illinois Senator, I will fight for the best jobs. I will strive to designate special economic zones in the State with the most advanced technologies such as 5G, A.I., quantum computing, robotics and automation.

For the country, I will fight to restore and rebuild 8 million industrial jobs and 50,000 factories which we exported overseas during the last 40 years.

Our national debt grows twice as fast as the GDP. The debt has doubled in the last 10 years and now it stands at 23 trillion.

For the sake of the next generations and to avoid economic disaster, we must curtail our spending, eliminate waste, loopholes and create better economic conditions for our middle class to expand.

Large corporations such as Amazon should never be allowed to avoid taxation. $10 trillion of corporate debt and $1.5 trillion of student loan debt must be also addressed.

The environment protection is a serious issue, but it must be a jobs builder not the jobs killer. By the example of the Western Europe, implementation of environmental policies should not be disruptive to the workforce.

Today, it is highly desirable to modernize and overhaul the 100-year old immigration system, but the system must work for the economic benefit of the country.

If we restore our lost jobs and rebuild our industries, the immigration will thrive and our country will thrive, and as a nation we will "Make America Proud Again."

Please vote for me in the March Primaries.

Thank you very much!

Candidate Q&A

Why are you running?

I am an immigrant who was raised in the utopian world of socialist policies of Poland and since I have achieved my success in the U.S., I do believe, I offer very unique credentials for the Illinois voters to elect me in the 2020 Elections. With such, I will be able to convince our young generation which today overwhelmingly supports socialism as the most dangerous new political direction seeking to replace capitalism. I am also the only a genuine and true republican in this race. I have extensive programs which will address the pressing issues of the State and the Nation.

To address our challenges I will offer Illinois voters unique programs to improve our Illinois economy by reducing our national debt, overhauling of our obsolete immigration system, addressing social issues for the younger generation of Americans and presenting a common sense approach to our environmental concerns.

As the Illinois Senator, I will fight for the best jobs. I will strive to designate special economic zones in the State with the most advanced technologies such as 5G, AI, quantum computing, robotics and automation. For the country, I will fight to restore and rebuild 8 million industrial jobs and 50,000 factories which we exported overseas during the last 40 years.

What is your vision for this office?

I would like to run the office of the United States Senator as the most accessible for all residents of Illinois. My mission would be to provide all people of Illinois with the opportunity to voice their concerns and to empower them to offer solutions to their own for the issues of their concern.

I would like also to work on improving our perception in the world and to that end I would like to work on overhauling of the 100-old Immigration System and promote better image of the United State as the desired model to follow. If we correctly implement the total overhaul of the existing obsolete system to accommodate modern immigration needs, the current “wall” may become irrelevant. As a general guiding principle of the
immigration new policies, they should work in concert with and for the benefit of our economy. It is a very sensitive and challenging undertaking, since currently the whole world is in the turmoil of migratory movements with over 250 million people worldwide on the move to find a new home.

Also, I would like to make every attempt for the United States to remain as the beacon and the example to the world when projecting our image abroad. Every attempt should be made to avoid military confrontations, or by projecting our influence by the military presence. But, every attempt should be made to engage in the world as the only choice for economic prosperity, and as the country which offers democratic liberties as the means to pursue their wellbeing. At the same time we ought to be extra careful not to impose our way of life on other countries in order not to alienate the delicate alliances.

What do you think is the most pressing issue facing your constituents and how do you plan on addressing it?

Our most pressing issues are all legacy of Dick Durban tenure as the Senator. On his watch the State created and is responsible for the worst economic conditions, including:

* The uncontrolled Illinois State debt levels.

Currently at the worst in the nation with the aggregate debt of 250 billion dollars.

* Massive exodus of labor force from Illinois.

Very high taxes and lack of good jobs have created very unfavorable economic to live and work in Illinois.

In order to address these issues, as the Illinois Senator, I would like to rebuild the employment opportunities in Illinois. I will strive to designate special economic zones in the State with the most advanced technologies such as 5G, AI, quantum computing, robotics and automation. For the country, I will fight to restore and rebuild in the country 8 million industrial jobs and 50,000 factories which we exported overseas during the last 40 years.

Just as we are under a staggering debt in Illinois, at the same time our national debt grows twice as fast as the GDP. The debt has doubled in the last 10 years and now it stands at 23 trillion. For the sake of the next generations and to avoid economic disaster, we must curtail our spending, eliminate waste, loopholes and create better economic conditions for our middle class to expansion. Large corporations should never be allowed to avoid taxation by claiming business expansion forever. 10 trillion dollars of corporate debt and 1.5 trillion dollars of student loan debt must be also addressed.