The match-up gave black voters a rare chance to consider both sides of the political debates that often swirl around them but don’t include them.
Said Rauol: “There is a lot of work to do. This campaign was just an audition for the work to be done.”
During stops in Grundy, DuPage, Kane and Macon counties Sunday, Gov. Rauner energized his supporters: “The only poll that matters is on Election Day.”
SNEED SCOOP: In a confidential letter dispatched to board members by Personal PAC, the fear of Raoul losing the state race is palpable.
Democratic attorney general candidate Kwame Raoul called Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan’s job performance a “mixed bag” on Monday.
The battle to determine Illinois’ next attorney general is finally cutting to the chase.
Harold, Raoul and Libertarian candidate Bubba Harsy are vying to replace Attorney General Lisa Madigan, a Democrat who is stepping aside.
The underlying theory ain’t bad at all and is probably all that at least some of them have left.
“I think that if a young person is engaged in a promiscuous lifestyle, it makes them vulnerable to other risk factors,” said candidate Erika Harold.
A state senator since 2004, he took the lead in a successful effort to abolish the state’s death penalty.
In a Sun-Times’ video and questionnaire, Harold shares her views on corruption, sanctuary cities and the NRA, plus why she says she deserves to win.
Regardless of whether a Democrat or Republican wins the race for Illinois Attorney General, Michael Madigan has nothing to worry about.
In their first joint appearance, State Sen. Kwame Raoul traded barbs with opponent Erika Harold in a meeting with the Sun-Times Editorial Board.
They are running to be the top lawyer for Illinois, yet they are broadcasting campaign ads that wouldn’t pass the smell test with a good jury.
Republican nominee Erika Harold, Democrat nominee Kwame Raoul and Libertarian Bubba Harsy are seeking your vote to be the next Illinois AG.