Anne Doucleff donated $1,000 to Republican Kurt Prenzler's election campaign committee, Citizens for Kurt Prenzler, on Feb. 6, according to records obtained from the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE).
Bringing a fresh perspective and extensive courtroom experience to a new challenge, State Senator Rachelle Crowe (D-Glen Carbon) has been appointed to Chair of the Illinois Senate Judiciary Committee, the first woman in state history.
State Senator Christopher Belt (D-Centreville) released the following statement regarding the governor’s State of the State address: “I am glad to see Gov. JB Pritzker’s top priorities will revise our state’s ethics procedures, early childhood education and provide property tax relief for residents throughout the state.
Chris Stone donated $1,000 to Democrat Jay Hoffman's election campaign committee, Committee to Elect Jay C Hoffman, on Feb. 2, according to records obtained from the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE).
Chris Stone donated $1,000 to Democrat Jay C. Hoffman's election campaign committee, Committee to Elect Jay C Hoffman, on Feb. 2, according to records obtained from the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE).
While House and Senate Republicans were critical of many aspects of Gov. J.B. Pritzker's State of the State address on Wednesday, most remain hopeful that he was sincere about bringing about a spirit of bipartisan collaboration.
Conservative pro-life candidate for Illinois’ 111th District of the Illinois House of Representatives Amy Elik (R-Alton) has weighed in on Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s recent State of the State address, saying it further proves just how “tone deaf” Springfield is about the need for fiscal responsibility and transparency.
Reacting to Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s State of the State speech on Wednesday, Illinois Republican Party Chairman Tim Schneider said that the governor's policies will only continue to make things worse for taxpayers.
Officials with the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA), Illinois Department of Insurance (IDOI) and Illinois Department of Natural Resources are partnering to host a Flood Prep event on Wednesday in Alton to prepare the community for the possibility of spring flooding.
To increase the success of our youth, State Senator Christopher Belt (D-Centreville) is urging schools to submit an application to receive the Early Childhood Block Grant from the Illinois State Board of Education.
Illinois House candidate Amy Elik (R-Alton) fully appreciates state Rep. John Cabello’s (R-Machesney Park) drastic approach of requiring all state lawmakers to wear body cameras as a way of fighting corruption in Springfield.
Eighteen local school districts will receive more than $23,000 in grants through the Illinois secretary of state’s School Library Grant program, State Senator Christopher Belt (D-Centreville) announced Wednesday.
To continue discussion of Illinois’ plan for combatting the opioid epidemic, members of the Senate special committee on Opioid Crisis Abatement met in Granite City Thursday to hear testimony from various state and local agencies.
Former Illinois state Sen. Dwight Kay (R-Edwardsville) wonders who exactly Chicago's 15th Ward Ald. Ray Lopez thinks he is serving with his “conception fees” proposal, designed to discourage couples from having too many children.