At Issue: Attorney General Candidate Gary GrassoSeveral Republican officials demand that Winfield Township GOP chair Burt Minor end his campaign for a Illinois House seat.
At Issue: Cook County Assessor CandidatesThe Democratic primary is a head-to-head contest between incumbent Assessor Joseph Berrios and newcomer Fritz Kaegi.
At Issue: Sharon Fairley Against Taxing Retirement Income To Balance State BudgetDemocratic Attorney General candidate is taking a dim view of a suggestion that Illinois consider taxing retirement benefits to help balance the budget.
At Issue: Attorney General Candidate Nancy RoteringDemocrat Nancy Rotering acknowledges she's taken donations from utility companies in her campaign for attorney general. But Rotering says she has a record of opposing utility rate hikes and other measures.
At Issue: Senator Duckworth Concerned About Trump's Dreamer PlansSenator Duckworth says she could agree to more border security funds in exchange for helping the Dreamers. But not the 25 billion dollars being talked about now.
At Issue: Voters Will Get Tax Revenge, Fioretti SaysFormer Chicago Ald. Bob Fioretti launched his campaign for board president amid the furor over the now-repealed Sweetened Beverage Tax.
At Issue: AG Candidate Jesse Ruiz Offended By President Trump’s Words On ImmigrationA democratic running for Illinois Attorney General is reacting strongly to President Trump’s words about immigration this week.
Quigley To Trump: 'Let Diplomacy Take Its Course' Ahead Of Korea TalksCongressman Mike Quigley said he’s encouraged by plans for officials from both North and South Korea to meet next week, and he hopes President Donald Trump will hold off on any provocative tweets aimed at the North’s acerbic dictator.
At Issue: Emanuel Positions Himself For A Third TermLooking back on 2017, we saw Mayor Rahm Emanuel all but announce his bid for another term in office, and we also saw movement from a possible high-profile opponent.
At Issue: AG Office Needs To Be More Aggressive, Renato MariottiMariotti says his practical experience is going to set him apart in the race for Illinois Attorney General next year.
At Issue: Two Critiques Of The Trump PresidencyLegal experts differ on how well President Trump is handling issues of Constitutional rights after nearly a year in office.
At Issue: Harold Wants Harassment Allegations To Be Taken SeriouslyErika Harold says there aren't enough witnesses of harassment who would admonish their colleagues to stop such behavior.