Illinois Republican House Floor Leader Mark Batinick is not entirely surprised at the results of a new Harvard University Center for Ethics survey that finds the Prairie State now ranks as the second most corrupt state in the country with Chicago rating as the most corrupt city.
Veteran Illinois state Sen. Jim Oberweis (R-Sugar Grove) has scored the endorsement of the Lake County Republicans for his run against U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-Naperville) in the 14th Congressional District.
Illinois Republican congressional candidate Ted Gradel is blasting U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood’s (D-Naperville) vote to pursue impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump as a pure “power grab.”
Illinois state Rep. David Allen Welter (R-Morris) is set to host a free Health Insurance & Wellness Fair on Nov. 7 at the Fox Valley Community Center. The two-hour forum kicks off at 5 p.m. and will be co-hosted by fellow House Republican Rep. Tom Demmer (R-Dixon).
Illinois state Sen. Sue Rezin (R-Morris) was recently given reason to feel optimistic about the state’s long-term future after hosting nearly 50 high school students from the 38th District as part of her annual Youth Advisory Council.
With a message that states “It’s time for something new,” Warrenville small business owner Jerry Evans has officially launched his U.S. Congressional campaign in the 14th District against Democratic incumbent Lauren Underwood (D-Naperville).
Illinois state Sen. Jim Oberweis (R-Sugar Grove) is slated to welcome U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) on Friday for a fundraiser as part of his 14th Congressional District run against U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-Naperville).
Illinois Republican Congressional candidate Ted Gradel recently announced that his 14th District campaign raised $263,854 in the third quarter, positioning him as the field's top GOP candidate in terms of fundraising from individual donors.
With regard to Planned Parenthood's behemoth abortion facility that was built in secrecy near the southern Illinois-Missouri state line, leaders at the Thomas More Society insist they’ve seen this kind of thing before.