Keicher says manufacturers' idea to match work with labor is 'win-win' for communities
Republican state House candidate Jeff Keicher is excited by the possibilities.
“I’ve spoken to manufacturers over the past months that suggest the idea to match work with labor will be a win-win for many communities,” Keicher recently posted on Facebook amid reports that manufacturers are feeling better than they have in years, with orders and employment both on the rise across the area.
A Republican from Sycamore who is running for the seat being vacated by Rep. Robert Pritchard (R-Hinckley) in the 70th District, Keicher has made it his business to interact with as many voters as he can over the last several weeks.
He recently made a stop at the DeKalb Municipal Airport for a “fly-in” day.
“The Dekalb Municipal Airport has an excellent story to tell and provides a great platform for economic development,” he added in another Facebook post. “I was joined by several other community leaders in participating in the fly-in today.”
A small-business owner by trade, Keicher has made tax reform and outmigration central themes of his campaign platform. He’s also on record with his assertion that the state can be great again once lawmakers move to curb taxes and over-regulation.