Green Party, Libertarian candidates in Illinois US Senate race discuss the issues

Black, Malouf running against Durbin, Curran and Wilson
CHICAGO (WLS) -- In the race for U.S. Senate in Illinois, two of the candidates have wildly different views on economic stimulus during the COVID-19 pandemic.

David Black is the Green Party nominee. He is a retired attorney whose platform focuses on universal health care, a $20 minimum wage, clean energy and cuts to military spending.

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In the race for U.S. Senate in Illinois, two of the candidates have wildly different views on economic stimulus during the COVID-19 pandemic.



Danny Malouf is the Libertarian nominee. He has a bachelor's degree in accounting, and his platform focuses on bringing the troops home, ending the war on drugs, abolishing the federal reserve and protecting the Second Amendment.

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In the race for U.S. Senate in Illinois, two of the candidates have wildly different views on economic stimulus during the COVID-19 pandemic.



They shared their ideas on that topic and many others Sunday on ABC 7 Chicago's Newsviews.

ABC 7 Chicago spoke with the other candidates in the Senate race last week; they include Democratic incumbent Sen. Dick Durbin, Republican Mark Curran and Independent candidate Willie Wilson.
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