During November 2014 Connor Vlakancic was preparing to move to a new residence in Springfield area. He received and responded to Governor Rauner’s email seeking persons to apply for position appointments in his new Governor administration.
Subject: Serve the people
From:Â Â Â Â “Bruce Rauner” <BruceR@BruceRauner.com> (Preferred Sender)Date:Â Â Â Â Â Mon, Nov 24, 2014 7:04 pm
To:Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â “Connor Vlakancic” <email@example.com>
It’s hard to believe that nearly three weeks have already passed since Election Day, and we haven’t slowed down at all.
We are now completely focused on our mission to bring back Illinois.
Last week, we announced our transition website: www.MakeIllinoisGreat.com . At the site, you can submit your ideas for making Illinois more compassionate and competitive and you can also apply to serve the people of Illinois.
I hope everyone – Democrat, Republican or Independent – wants to get involved. We want to build a talented team of individuals who want nothing more than to serve the people of Illinois.
Thank you in advance for your continued support as we work to turn around Illinois.
Subject: submitting Connor Vlakancic’s ‘serve the people of Illinois’ application at www.MakeIllinoisGreat.com
From:Â Â Â Â Connor Vlakancic <firstname.lastname@example.org >
Date:Â Â Â Â Â Wed, Nov 26, 2014 1:03 am
To:Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Bruce Rauner Transition Committee <email@example.com>
Dear Governor Rauner,
This message is to confirm my having sent you my introduction cover letter and political experience resume.
I greatly look forward to supporting your new Illinois Governor administration.
While I certainly fondly remember and reflect on my Native Illinois life in DeKalb county. It had always been my desire to someday experience the pleasure of somehow living in the greater Springfield area.Â Â That feeling still flourishes within me. Now to have the opportunity to apply my government experience for a rebounding Illinois feels like destiny has smiled on me.
I eagerly await receiving an interview appointment from your Bruce Rauner Transition Committee.
Subject: Thank you for submitting your application! CRM:0003108
From:Â Â Â Â Bruce Rauner Transition Committee <firstname.lastname@example.org>Â Â Â Â Â (Preferred Sender)
Date:Â Â Â Â Â Wed, Nov 26, 2014 7:23 am
To:Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â APP-002100 <email@example.com>
Thank you for submitting your application on 11/26/2014. Illinois needs to tap the best and the brightest for the important work ahead, and we appreciate your interest in serving the State of Illinois.
We are currently reviewing resumes and expect to schedule interviews in the next couple of months. If you are selected for an interview, you will receive a phone call from a member of our staff.
Thank you again, for submitting your credentials.
Governor-Elect Bruce Rauner Transition Team
Reducing Illinois taxpayers expenditures will be accomplished by reducing the labor time of many specific services, particularity the several that cost extra overtime services. Illinois Senate and Representative districts cross multiple county boarders as do also the US Representative Districts. The complex management of Illinois 102 county elections clerks and the multiple election districts of several large cities (with boarders that conflict with county boarders) all result in the most costly election expense.
â€śI have produced a comprehensive solution to this extravagant waste of taxpayers funding coupled with eliminating duplicate redundant elections and require that political parties nominate their anointed preferred candidate without at taxpayers expense.â€ť – Connor Vlakancic’s
With an exciting alternative to depressing politics-as-usual election results, Illinois 18th CD voters will be elevated to the center of US political interest as first-responders, in a tested and perfected elite (mobile electronic device) enabled voter network. There are several dynamically independent political organizations that as an Illinois ‘native son’ with â€śbeen there â€“ done thatâ€ť Independent experience, I will bring profoundly refreshing political wind leading into the 2016 Presidential election year.
â€śAs your Illinois US 18th CD Representative I will deliver to all frustrated motivated voters an exclusive opportunity to test-to-perfection a mobile communications device election infrastructure â€śGraded Votingâ€ť that empowers voters to rate the candidates from Axcellent-to-Failure. Graded Voting provides the electioneering system means to have ALL Primary Election candidates on the November General Election ballot and â€śGRADEâ€ť the candidates to identify the one BEST-CHOICE candidate with 50%+ total vote.
GRADED Political Candidates (US General Election candidate preference) â€śAxcellent to Failureâ€ť is a better candidate election process than taxpayer financed political party Primary elections and Top-Two.
In the usual US General Election with but one candidate to be decided from among multiple candidates. This type of General Election, includes ALL candidates that would have appeared on an earlier Primary Election Ballot. Primary Elections intended to select a political party endorsed candidate (paid for by TAXPAYERS) are eliminated with ALL political parties allowed unregulated (by public-law) process to identify their endorsed candidate by their own internal process at their own political party expense.
November General Election – A, B, C, D, E and F Graded-vote candidates
A-grade: Vote this grade for only ONE candidate.
Absolutely THE most preferred candidate in the individual personal opinion of a voter. Most personally known of by an individual voter. Not necessarily the candidate with any political party endorsement, Not necessarily the most news media publicized candidate, Not necessarily the most financially donated candidate, yet, to a particular voter this is their (perhaps ideal) candidate. If no other candidate is of greater preference, this is your most preferred candidate you are voting FOR.
B-grade: Vote this grade for only ONE candidate.
Better than most candidates, but somehow less than the ‘A’ candidate in the individual personal opinion of each separate individual voter. If no candidate is good enough for A-grade, then this is the reasonable candidate you are voting FOR.
C-grade: Vote this grade for only ONE candidate.
Acceptable contingent candidate that might perhaps have a significant political news media recognized stature, but is a nominal candidate in the individual personal opinion of each separate individual voter. If no candidate is good enough for A or B-grade, then this is the tolerable candidate you are voting FOR.
D-grade: Vote this grade for only ONE candidate.
Alternate and seemingly desperate last choice acceptable candidate as doomsday alternative to a very undesirable (F graded) candidate that may have a significant political news media recognized stature. If no candidate is good enough for A, B or C-grade, then this is the mediocre candidate you are voting FOR.
E-grade: Vote this grade for MULTIPLE candidate(s).
Unknown? candidates (but) were validated as legally recognized by the State/County Voters Administration. To a registered voter such candidates are either totally unknown or a slightly familiar candidate’s name (also ran), but an unknown campaign in any substantive way. This grade is NOT FOR, it is only to provide election results statics as a reflection of voter opinion and news media election results evaluation.
F-grade: Vote this grade for MULTIPLE candidate(s).
Probably a highly political news media visible candidate(s) but somehow a reprehensible candidate to an individual voter. A â€śFâ€ť candidate may be the sponsored and endorsed from a deplorable political party that is decidedly contrary in the individual personal opinion of each separate individual voter. This grade is NOT FOR, it is only to provide election results statics as a reflection of voter opinion and news media election results evaluation.
GRADED VOTE TABULATION: Vote results to determine the candidate with 50%+ votes.
All the ballots are tabulated to determine if any candidate has received 50%+ of the FOR votes, that candidate is elected. If no candidate has received 50%+ FOR votes, then the candidate with the lowest FOR votes is eliminated and their one-step-down Graded Vote becomes their alternate FOR vote candidate. This counting Graded Votes process continues until the one particular candidate is identified.
Illinois 102 counties taxpayers spend more than double the taxpayers election expenses compared to California’s 53 counties taxpayers. As of the 2010 census, California population â€“ 37.35 million and Illinois population â€“ 12.84 million â€“ Go figure.