From the Chicago Tribune:
"62nd District: Last spring, Avon Township Supervisor Sam Yingling went to Springfield to lobby for a bill that would make it easier to get rid of his own job. The bill gave voters more leverage to eliminate township government. Yingling, a Democrat, understands how to do more with less, streamline government and ease the burden for taxpayers. He's done it in the Lake County township he oversees. He hopes to unseat Rep. Sandy Cole, R-Grayslake, who was first elected in 2006. We've endorsed her in the past. She's tough on agency directors who appear before her appropriations committee seeking more state resources. But she voted against a version of Yingling's bill to scale down local government. On pension reform, she says unions need to get to the table and get serious. Yingling criticizes Cole for taking a back seat on pensions. "We don't have time for that," he says. Yingling, who says he is open to any of the reform proposals discussed so far, is endorsed."