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.
“I think they have a shot” at surviving, one analyst said, but a lot depends on whether the company brings in new management with flexibility.
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich used to block out the entire day on his schedule to do his hair, says a former top aide.
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.
Cullerton said Sister Jean “has opened doors to non-traditional students” and “worked to expand higher education for immigrants.”
With just 26 days before Election Day, big questions were asked — and generally went unanswered.
The group did not take kindly to Gov. Bruce Rauner blaming undocumented immigrants for “high unemployment” and “so much crime” in Chicago on Tuesday.
This political daybook from the newsroom of the Sun-Times offers a rundown of events featuring key players in the 2018 midterm elections on Nov. 6.
Illinois’ public access counselor was supposed to enforce open government laws. Nearly a decade later, it’s short-staffed and backlogged.
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.”
Xing Ying Employment Agency is one of the agencies accused of recruiting “desperately poor Latino workers” with no permanent residence for jobs.
The two candidates for governor went head-to-head for more than an hour during a spirited debate before the Sun-Times editorial board.
You’d have thought the governor had been deputized by the U.S. Border Patrol and signed on to President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.
The two frequently interrupted and talked over one another as they haggled over taxes, character and a some of the state’s biggest problems.
Gov. Bruce Rauner and his Democratic challenger J.B. Pritzker will face off in a debate of sorts on Tuesday in front of the Sun-Times Editorial Board.