Committee to Elect Phil Collins
Links to Phil Collins
My Space profile
Phil's wife Nicole
Phil's Petition to sign/dowload
Phil's campaign PR
Phil is running for Congress, in Illinois' 7th District, as a conservative, independent, write-in candidate. The incumbent, Rep. Danny Davis, is very liberal, and he's been in Congress too long, since 1993. Here are some of his latest interest group ratings: Planned Parenthood, 100%; ACLU, 100%; AFL-CIO, 97%; Americans for Democratic Action, 85%; U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 30%; Citizens Against Government Waste, 5%; and American Conservative Union, 3%. Here is an article about Rep. Davis and the Communist Party: http://rebelpundit.com/2012/03/obama-ally-rep-danny-davis-receives-award-at-communist-party-hq/
If you want to help him, by volunteering and/or donating, please email him at email@example.com or write to
Committee to Elect Phil Collins 26358 N. Diamond Lake Road, Mundelein, IL 60060
The district includes Glenview and Northfield and parts of Skokie, Northbrook, Winnetka, Wilmette, Evanston, Morton Grove, and Golf. Thank you for your help.
His campaign blog is philcollinscampaign.blogspot.com He was endorsed by Bob Cook, a former president of the Wauconda Park District; Bob Bednar, a former member of the Lake Bluff Park District Board; Leslie Penney Abbey, a former member of the District 225 School Board; Diane Evertsen, a McHenry Co. commissioner and a former member of the Harvard Community Unit School District 50 Board; and Frank Napolitano, a Bartlett village trustee. On Dec. 20, Phil filed his petitions. His name will be the last one, on that section, of the ballot.
On Aug. 24, 2009, Phil announced his candidacy. On Sept. 1, he started circulating his petition and received his first donation. On Sept. 20, he attended the New Trier Republican Picnic and gave his first campaign speech.
On Oct. 29, Phil went to Springfield and filed his nominating petitions.