Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Brady is still singing the "trust me" refrain regarding his approach to the state budget, according to a WBEZ item filed this afternoon. "When pressed," the radio station reported, "Brady declined to specify exactly what he'd cut, saying he'll announce that once he's elected."
Last week, we noted Brady's promise in his first television ad that he'd "balance our budget without raising taxes on families." Of course, his support for a 10 percent across-the-board spending cut has been a bit on-again-off-again. If you're feeling confused, this may be yet another opportunity to review our recent effort to game out what a Brady administration budget would look like, based on his public statements and and the platform available on his campaign website.