Chicago protesters marching toward Trump International Hotel & Tower on Thursday join protests nationwide in hopes of protecting the Mueller probe.
“We’ve seen that Brett Kavanaugh does not have the temperament to sit on the Supreme Court. He’s got to go,” said J.B. Pritzker.
The letter, backed by officials in more than 20 states, calls for an immediate end to ICE on humanitarian grounds, saying it does more harm than good.
Donte Townsend started Chicago NORML in August 2017, enlisting fellow black cannabis professionals to help him push for equity in the legal pot game.
A small-donor matching program passed the state Senate last year but its chances are bleak in the House, as two deep-pocketed candidates duke it out.
The two men vying to be Illinois’ next governor have already spent more than $132 million. And that’s just for the primary.
You couldn’t watch TV in the last few months without being swamped by campaign ads showing Rauner and Pritzker trying to act like regular people.
Democratic winner J.B. Pritzker was strong throughout the city, though state Sen. Daniel Biss was especially popular in North Side neighborhoods.
Pritzker told the Sun-Times he won’t commit to a spending cap for the fall; he’s already put nearly $70 million of his own money into his campaign.
The billionaire businessman was declared the early winner, quickly establishing too wide a lead to overcome.
Live results in statewide and Chicago-area races from the March 2018 Illinois primary updated in real-time throughout the night.
How you vote also will go a long way toward answering these six burning questions about Chicago and Illinois politics.
It’s been a wild ride in the Democratic gubernatorial primary. But it’s almost over.
Pritzker’s campaign called it another example of Kennedy “throwing anything at the wall in a desperate attempt to get something to stick.”
There were no pleasantries or how-do-you-dos. The three major candidates took rapid-fire shots at each other.