Login
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • sign up today!

Politics and Elections

Rauner discloses $53 million in income for 2012

Video of state Sen. Jim Oberweis for U.S. Senate: ‘I made statements and commercials that I regretted’

'Lite guv' in Illinois? Maybe not anymore

Frese makes House run official

Sen. Kirk supports Yellen for Fed chief: Panel sends nomination to Senate floor

Bruce Rauner's term limit endeavor gets new treasurer

More problems for Dillard

Republican announces challenge to Jesse White

House ethics panel drops Roskam probe, cites 'insufficient evidence'

Illinois GOP chairman wants party to focus on economic issues in 2014 elections

While speaking at a City Club of Chicago luncheon on Thursday, Illinois GOP Chairman Jack Dorgan expressed optimism about the Republican party’s chances in next year’s elections.

Insisting that having a single party control the state’s government was “wrong,” he argued Republicans in 2014 need to focus on the issues of economic development and attracting more businesses to Illinois.

Categories: 

Pages