An election guide posted on the Communist Party USA’s (CPUSA) website said that the party is “deploying its resources” to unseat U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.), as part of a larger effort to flip 24 Republican seats the Democrats need to capture control of the House.
Illinois' GOP congressional delegation recently sent a letter to John R. Lausch, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, demanding an investigation into an alleged scheme by J.B. Pritzker to defraud taxpayers.
As this fall’s general election approaches, incumbent Gov. Bruce Rauner is facing stiff competition from Democratic gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker, and at least one member of the Republican State Central Committee is being vocal about uniting the party.
Charlene Foss-Eggemann is a candidate for the Republican State Central Committee in Illinois’ 9th Congressional District. A resident of Park Ridge, Foss-Eggemann recently discussed her campaign with the North Cook News, including a Q and A session in which she outlined why she feels she is the best candidate for the job.
Illinois GOP Chairman Timothy Schneider was just 22, fresh out of University of Illinois and helping his father run their family's Elgin area golf course when he was introduced to the power of politics.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner is publicly preaching party unity on the campaign trail. But behind the scenes, Rauner is quietly leading an effort to purge conservatives from the Illinois Republican State Central Committee, which governs the party and has elections this month.
Illinois Republican Party Chairman and Cook County Commissioner Timothy O. Schneider (R-Bartlett) is president of an Elgin car wash that owes $21,448 in overdue property taxes from 2016, according to the Cook County Treasurer.
Democratic gubernatorial hopefuls stood on the sidelines, refusing to "stand up for taxpayers," even as the Cook County Board on Wednesday voted to repeal the controversial sweetened beverage tax, according to an Illinois Republican Party press release.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker continues to refuse to call for a repeal of the Cook County sweetened beverage tax, clearly fearing repercussions from his government allies, the Illinois Republican Party said in a press release recently.
Gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker continues to support Cook County's highly contentious sweetened beverage tax despite enormous opposition from the public, the Illinois Republican Party said in a recent press release.
Chicagoans need to demand acceptance of Gov. Bruce Rauner's call for a property tax freeze to not only prevent themselves from having to pay 10 percent more property taxes but also put an end to the wealthy's indifference to the plight of the poor, according to the Illinois GOP.
It's apparently better for Democratic Rep. Robert Martwick (D-Chicago) to stick his foot in his mouth than stick a hand in billionaire J.B. Pritzker's pocket, the lllinois Republican Party suggested recently.