Vrett Calls on Walker to Donate Tainted Funds from Accused Abuser Rep. Jonathan Carroll
Arlington Heights, IL - Today, Jack Vrett, candidate for State Representative in the 53rd district, called on State Representative Mark Walker to donate $21,250 in tainted funds from accused abuser, State Representative Jonathan Carroll.
Carroll is accused of firing a staffer who refused to have an abortion, subjecting her to a toxic and abusive work environment where she endured the type of harassment, intimidation, and retaliation known to occur in state government under Democratic rule.
“Mark Walker continues to benefit from Springfield’s most corrupt politicians,” said Vrett. “Whether it is Mike Madigan, Kim Foxx, or Jonathan Carroll, we must turn the page on corruption and purge Illinois of self-dealers and unethical politicians who put families at risk.”
In taking funds from Carroll, Walker continues his pattern of funding his campaign with donations taken from questionable sources. Walker previously accepted $1,924,914 from indicted former Speaker Michael Madigan, even after investigations, indictments, and arrests of Madigan’s closest allies.
ABOUT JACK VRETT
Jack Vrett is an Army veteran who served in Afghanistan and was later assigned as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney and prosecutor. Believing Illinois is on the wrong track, Jack runs for state representative to restore sensible policies and push back against the extreme policies that have led to rising crime, high inflation, and higher taxes. Jack supports a balanced, common-sense approach that builds on core values we all share. Jack and his wife Rose Marie live in Arlington Heights and are active members in their community. Jack serves on the board of Catholic Charities and is a member of the local VFW and American Legion.