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Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Military veteran Rafael Him entered the race for the Illinois Senate seat from District 54 by tendering a contract to voters that “puts citizens above politicians.”
The chance to represent the people of the 54th Senate District puts George Barber on a path to make one of his greatest dreams come true.
Scandal aside, Ernie Fowler got the kind of retirement payout most people can only dream of.
Doug Jameson is focusing on the big picture amid the fallout from Gov. Bruce Rauner's enactment of abortion expansion bill HB40.
Phil Kammann wants to bring business-world efficiency to government operations.
Madison County Board member Donald Moore is preaching fiscal responsibility in his run for state representative against Rep. Charlie Meier (R-Highland) in the 108th District.
Swansea says it's given enough to St. Clair Township. Now it wants out.
Tom McRae says he was saddened but not shocked by the record 32 percent income tax increase enacted by Illinois this summer.
St. Clair County Chairman Doug Jameson wants to get his run for state representative on course -- literally.
Deborah Brennan’s rallying cry in her run for the St. Clair County Board is aimed at re-energizing the masses.
Jason Madlock has grown tired, and ironically enough, that's given him strength, he says.
Doug Jameson is calling Democrats in the Legislator for delay of game and unsportsmanlike conduct.
Illinois ranks third in the nation in unfunded pension liability despite being saddled with some of the most stifling tax burdens in the country.
Tanya Hildenbrand sees her run for the Illinois Senate as an extention of her 28-year U.S. military career.
Madison County Board member Tom McRae is hoping the record-setting tax increase slapped on Illinois residents as part of the new state budget will finally spur people to action.
Wood River Township has revised an ordinance requiring all general assistance fund recipients to undergo mandatory drug and alcohol testing in the wake of a threatened lawsuit from a woman who had been denied assistance.
The name Greg Graves has given to the Republican Gun Club of St. Clair says it all: Time 2 to Survive.
College tuition tends to rise regardless of how much money the state puts toward education, a new study reveals.
The 2017 University of Missouri freshmen class is the smallest in nearly two decades, and the school has closed at least seven residence halls since the race-fueled protests of 2015.
Doug Jameson hopes the spotlight on Springfield will force Democratic lawmakers out of hiding to fulfill their constitutional duty, he fold the Metro East Sun recently.