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Electioneering accusations emerge in Stephenson County, IL

State Representative Andrew Chesney (R-Freeport) is calling for an immediate investigation after Democratic candidate for Stephenson County Clerk Chandra Morris, who is currently a county employee, was recorded Monday giving an interview about her campaign from inside the Clerk’s Office using County resources in connection with a prohibited political activity.

Chicago man arrested for threatening to “mutilate and kill” Darren Bailey, GOP candidate for gov

A Chicago man was arrested earlier this week for allegedly threatening to “mutilate and kill” Republican candidate for governor Darren Bailey in a voicemail left at one of Bailey’s offices, according to a police report.

Cabello: An Unjust Criminal Justice Reform

Op-Ed by candidate for State House John Cabello -  As a career law enforcement officer, I’ve had countless difficult conversations with victims and their families....

Op-Ed: The agenda hidden inside a top-notch DuPage County high school

During this spring 2022 semester, I substitute taught full-time at Neuqua Valley High School in Naperville. The students were mostly well behaved, the staff mostly friendly and the school itself was state of the art. Opened in 1997 it was one of the most expensive high schools in Illinois at the time. It boasts an impressive engineering department, an excellent theater, classes for multiple foreign languages, and other top academic programs.

New York Trial Court rules against COVID shot mandate

The Supreme Court of the State of New York ruled this week that the COVID shot mandate involving former Department of Sanitation employees is “arbitrary and capricious.” In New York, the Supreme Court is the trial court, and the Court of Appeals is the state’s highest court. The court found that the shot mandate was not about safety and public health but “was about compliance,” reinstated the petitioners to full employment, and ruled they are entitled to back pay.

14th CD contest between Underwood and Gryder moved to “Toss Up”

OSWEGO - Amid an election year where likely voters are very concerned about inflation, energy, crime, and how the Democrat Party has poorly handled...

Pelosi flies into IL 06 to boost incumbent Sean Casten’s re-election

House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi flew into the Chicago area last Friday to boost incumbent Democrat Sean Casten's re-election in Illinois' 6th Congressional District - which includes the western suburbs of Downers Grove, where the Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital is located. There Pelosi and Casten met with medical staff to discuss the importance of maintaining abortion rights. 


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