Nobody could’ve predicted that Lake County would be at the center of so many controversies a month ago.
If a voter uses Google to find out what’s going on in local legislative contests, that voter will be likely to be directed to one of Proft’s outlets.
The combination of working-class voters and trial lawyer money made the Democrats almost unbeatable until the national Tea Party victories of 2010.
I think the plan is simply to try to lose those counties by fewer votes than they have in the past.
For the first time, the state Democratic party will have a young African-American standing right out front.
Ditch the hokey straw bales and endless dreary speeches and give us something interesting.
If Kwame Raoul avoids any major controversies, runs a decent campaign and raises enough money to compete, it sure looks like this race is his to lose.
Rauner and Madigan are so disliked that candidates should avoid any association with the both of them.
The results also show deep dissatisfaction with both candidates, and that can’t be great news for the front-runner Pritzker.
Garrett detailed numerous allegations of harassment and bullying over the years by Mapes.
One of Pritzker’s slogans has been “think big,” and this definitely has the potential to be the biggest effort of its kind that this state has ever se
Make no mistake, last week was good politics for the governor, but good politics isn’t necessarily good government.
Legislators simply don’t have the expertise to pass a good budget without the governor’s help.
Instead of trying to create and sustain higher education jewels in Illinois, the state has allowed too many universities to slowly deteriorate.