Rauner’s campaign had $65,568,284.23 cash on hand on Oct. 1. That’s nearly 25 times as much as State Sen. Daniel Biss’s $2,668,521.64.
The president of the state AFL-CIO issued an apology to a Democratic political consultant who was the target of heavy, personal criticism last week.
It has long been recognized that Illinois comes out on the short end of the stick as far as getting money back from the federal government.
Patty Schuh will serve as Rauner’s deputy chief of staff for communications after having served as spokeswoman for four Republican Senate leaders.
The Illinois AFL-CIO — which is backing J.B. Pritzker for governor — criticized Jubeh’s work as chief fundraiser for Pritzker rival Chris Kennedy.
Her role as chief fundraiser for Chris Kennedy’s campaign is putting Jubeh in direct conflict with longtime colleagues in the labor movement.
The revamping of the city amusement tax code will also raise the taxes on all venues seating more than 1,500 to 9 percent.
“Unless things change, I’m not quitting, I’m not getting fired and I don’t think I’ll fire anyone tomorrow,” Kelly said.
Pawar said he was starting a political action committee to organize young people around progressive ideas.
A former business partner of Gov. Bruce Rauner is suing Rauner, but all court records are being kept secret — allegedly at the governor’s request.
“Michelle and I have been disgusted by the recent reports about Harvey Weinstein,” Obama said in a statement.
The state’s “deliberate indifference to serious medical need” constitutes cruel and unusual punishment, the inmates’ lawyers argue.
Ivana Trump, 68, started the back and forth during an interview on “Good Morning America,” while promoting her new memoir, “Raising Trump.”
It’s not clear from the public records. Asked on the county form to state when exactly he works for Moody, O’Sullivan wrote, “Time varies each day.”