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Monday, March 18, 2019
Doug Jameson believes an in-depth audit of Springfield would help lawmakers get wasteful spending under control.
SIUE basketball fans are set to take advantage of a can’t lose scenario this season.
Dwight Kay argues a good place to start addressing Illinois’ over-spending is to target duplicate and wasteful programs across government.
Dominic Lovett picked a good time to be at his eye-popping best for the Belleville West football team.
With less than three weeks before the general election, Senate candidate Jason Plummer’s pro-business message seems to be resonating with voters.
Hal Patton would like to see lawmakers in Springfield put themselves in the shoes of the common man a little more often.
East St. Louis native and Olympic gold medal winner Dawn Harper-Nelson thinks the time has come for a change in landscape for women in sports.
Dwight Kay views House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) as a “pay for play” artist head and shoulders above most all others.
Doug Jameson is accusing Rep. Jay Hoffman (D-Swansea) of trying to undermine him in the eyes of one of his most ardent groups of supporters in their 113th House District race.
Doug Jameson, the GOP candidate for a House seat in the 113th District, shares Gov. Bruce Rauner’s view that November’s election is a pivotal moment for Illinois.
Dwight Kay has been willing to leave his comfort zone to let voters know how critical he thinks November’s general election is to the state’s overall health.
Doug Jameson might find the current controversy swirling around Democratic gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker comical if it weren’t such serious business.
Dwight Kay says that trying to figure out how to keep fooling voters may be just one of J.B. Pritzker's problems.
Belleville West star forward E.J. Liddell has verbally committed to attend Ohio State.
Republican candidate Jason Plummer finds little consolation in being right about Springfield.
Republican House candidate Dwight Kay worries there will be a domino effect without a structural change in Illinois.
Doug Jameson believes Illinois’ financial stability is so fragile only surgical precision will help.
Republican House candidate Dwight Kay isn’t surprised to see Democrats take on a different look during this time of the season.
Doug Jameson, a Republican House candidate running in the 113th District, probably wouldn’t be surprised to see House Speaker Mike Madigan cast as some sort of magician in another lifetime.
Jeremiah Tilmon hopes to put his experience to work for him this season.