“Holy mackerel!” Adam Andrzejewski said when I called him just now after learning that he’d been endorsed by Rush Limbaugh this afternoon on the nation’s No. 1 radio program.
“We’re gonna win this race . . . That’s got to be the closer,” said Andrzejewski, whose GOP gubernatorial campaign was also reportedly endorsed today by Glenn Beck on the eve of tomorrow’s primary. “It’s a historical election for Illinois. Nothing like this has ever happened here before.”
Andrzejewski isn’t taking any votes for granted in the hard-fought seven-candidate race. He got the news of Limbaugh’s endorsement while shaking hands with voters in a Polish restaurant on North Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago.
Remember: This is all just a coincidence.
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