NAPERVILLE – Darlene Senger, Republican candidate for Illinois’ 11th Congressional District, released the following statement on the resignation of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
“The resignation of the Secretary of Health and Human Services is more proof that ObamaCare just isn’t working. For Illinois families, it has resulted in losses in health coverage and increased premiums. For businesses in our state, it has made it more difficult to retain and hire workers and added greater uncertainty during an already difficult economic period. With both Illinois and our nation bleeding red ink, ObamaCare has exacerbated our indebtedness and left even greater burdens on our children. Bill Foster has been a strong supporter of ObamaCare while I believe it must be replaced. Today’s news is further confirmation that Foster’s support for ObamaCare was a gross error in judgment that has hurt his constituents. I will go to Washington to fix this mess and deliver common sense solutions that protect families, encourage job growth and pay down the out-of-control debt.”
Darlene Senger is the Republican candidate for the Illinois 11th Congressional District, formerly held by Congresswomen Judy Biggert. As a State Representative, Darlene Senger has earned accolades for her work to hold the line on taxes and promote job creation in Illinois. Recently, the Illinois Chamber of Commerce awarded Darlene with their “Champion of edee Enterprise” Award for her legislative work to encourage job creation and economic expansion in Illinois and the National Federation of Independent Business honored Senger with their ‘Guardian of Small Business Award’ for her efforts to help small businesses in Illinois expand and succeed.
Senger has lived in Naperville for 20 years and before that resided in Clarendon Hills. Darlene is a graduate of Purdue University and received her MBA from DePaul University, having worked her way through school. Darlene’s children, Eric and Michelle are graduates of Waubonsie Valley High School and the University of Illinois and both currently reside here in our community.
Source: Will County News