The more I read it, the more skeptical I became of the racial discrimination lawsuit filed against the J.B. Pritzker campaign.
Nearly everyone understands your political calculation. It’s elementary. You don’t want to give the other side any ammunition to attack you.
Gov. Bruce Rauner’s loud warnings about the damage the tax hike would do were wrong, so, that undermines his similar warnings about a graduated tax.
How realistic are some of these policies in high-pressure, non-stop campaign environments that are exclusively focused on winning the race at hand?
As to who “won,” I would say nobody lost.
Republicans need to counteract what looks like a coming Democratic wave election. They have to do what it takes to get “their” people to the polls.
If the polling continues to show large Pritzker leads, will his campaign lay back and will Democratic voters stay home?
The Democratic Party of Illinois has sent out what could wind up being the most unintentionally hilarious campaign mailer of the season.
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.