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Durkin resigns; Caulkins says successor not determined yet

Wednesday, Illinois House Republican Leader Jim Durkin sent out a press release declaring that he was resigning from his leadership role in the Illinois House. 

TMA congratulates pro-manufacturing, pro-growth state legislators following their victories

SCHAUMBURG - The Technology & Manufacturing Association congratulates winners in the Nov. 8 election who are going to Springfield to support pro-manufacturing and pro-growth...

DeVore thanks supporters, criticizes Pritzker Administration for plans to mandate COVID vaccine

https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?height=314&href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fthomas.devore.92%2Fvideos%2F626658638940242%2F&show_text=false&width=560&t=0 OAK BROOK - Monday, Republican candidate for attorney general Tom DeVore thanked supporters from around the state that promoted his candidacy Monday after a...

Di Leo: Language, Lies, and Election Fraud

Desperate Democrat candidates in Illinois (and I presume nationwide) have resorted to some particularly disturbing moves in recent years, and especially in the closing weeks of the campaign, in hopes of convincing their base to stick with them and some remote, gullible fraction of the middle to choose them as well.

Di Leo: But What Happens If We Win?

Throughout the autumn, as Election Day approached, many of us found ourselves asking the question: But what happens if we win?

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.

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