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.
All of the Democrats hoping to unseat Gov. Bruce Rauner in 2018 are backing Speaker of the House Michael Madigan's budget goal of raising taxes rather than enacting reforms, a Madigan spokesman told the Chicago Tribune recently.
Sen. Daniel Biss (D-Evanston) slaps Speaker of the House Michael Madigan (D-Chicago) with one hand and reaches into his pocket with another, according to a recent Illinois Republican Party press release.
With hotel space for the presidential Inauguration ceremony in Washington filling rapidly, the Illinois GOP is offering a special opportunity for guaranteed overnight accommodations and inauguration tickets at the official Illinois Republican Party hotel in Arlington, Virginia.
Chris Kennedy may have the family name, but according to the state GOP, “he doesn’t act like it,” as he recently rejected reporters’ overtures in Chicago and simultaneously created a commotion in a downtown office building.
The Illinois Republican Party launched a robocall linking venture capitalist and possible gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker with House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) and imprisoned former Gov. Rod Blagojevich.