State Rep. David McSweeney (R-Barrington) insists he’s not only in agreement with Rep. Jeanne Ives' (R-Wheaton) call for an investigation of Gov. Bruce Rauner’s recent firing of former top attorney Dennis Murashko, he’s also convinced it stands as yet another example of why Ives needs to replace Rauner in Springfield in 2018.
Rich Morthland, who was tapped by Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) to be her running mate in her bid to unseat Gov. Bruce Rauner, said Ives is starting to elevate Illinois by doing some of the things Rauner promised, but never saw fit to follow through on.
As Congress prepares to reconcile differences between the House and Senate versions of a tax reform bill championed by President Donald Trump, at least one economist is saying the committees are a waste of time.
Chris Kennedy, a Democratic candidate for governor, is calling on Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios to step down based on reports that his office has rigged the system in favor of property tax lawyers and the wealthy.
Amanda Biela, a former Chicago teacher, is ready to take on the political establishment and has filed her petitions for candidacy in the 15th House District to challenge the seat held by Rep. John D'Amico (D-Chicago).
Republican congressional candidate Jeremy Wynes, who is running to represent the 11th District, has criticized the incumbent Democrat, Rep. Brad Schneider, for standing by embattled Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), who faces sexual harassment allegations.
The Illinois Republican Party recently released a new digital ad accusing House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago) and Democratic gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker of seeking additional tax increases, a GOP release said.
A recent report from the Chicago Tribune shows how a project in Cleveland developed by Chris Kennedy while he was at the helm of Merchandise Mart has not benefited that city as projected, a failing the Illinois Republican Party has jumped on to discredit the Democrat candidate for governor.
The Illinois Republic Party is continuing its call for J.B. Pritzker, one of Gov. Bruce Rauner’s prospective Democratic challengers, to release his tax returns – almost seven months after he originally said he would.