The federal lawsuit offers a very blunt account of working for the campaign — beginning with: “JB Pritzker for Governor has a race problem.”
The $20 million that Pritzker pumped into his campaign on Sept. 25 put his self-financing total at $146,500,034.95, eclipsing Whitman’s record.
Rauner and Pritzker have just 22 days before the election, and there’s expected to be a full blown attack to get their final messages out.
Rigid partisan party politics is a scourge in our country and death to our state.
Much of what transpired at the Sun-Times, as well as other debates featuring the pair, has a Groundhog Day feel with voters left to wonder the truth.
In a few weeks, Illinois voters must make a difficult choice. The well-being of our state and our individual well-being hangs in the balance.
Cullerton said Sister Jean “has opened doors to non-traditional students” and “worked to expand higher education for immigrants.”
Nearly everyone understands your political calculation. It’s elementary. You don’t want to give the other side any ammunition to attack you.
Illinois has been a bed-ridden strongman for too long. So that’s why we’re endorsing Democrat J.B. Pritzker for governor in the Nov. 6 election.
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With just 26 days before Election Day, big questions were asked — and generally went unanswered.
Travis Sterling, the executive director of the Illinois GOP, said Morrison’s response is an attempt to distract from the actual message of the ad.
The group did not take kindly to Gov. Bruce Rauner blaming undocumented immigrants for “high unemployment” and “so much crime” in Chicago on Tuesday.
One day after his remarks at a Sun-Times forum ignited a partisan firestorm, the governor complained he was the victim of “false political spin.”
It is imperative that real Chicagoans raise their voice in support of the Obama Presidential Center.