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RGA Drops $750,000 Into Rauner’s Coffers Hours After Primary Win

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The Republican Governors Association didn’t waste time showing their enthusiasm over Bruce Rauner’s primary victory on March 18. The GOP organization focused on retaining the eight-seat lead among chief executives at the state level donated $750,000 just hours after Rauner (R-Winnetka) bested State Sen. Kirk Dillard (R-Hinsdale) and others to take on incumbent Gov. Pat […]

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Sandoval delivers $200,000 check to Town of Cicero for local projects

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Sandoval delivers $200,000 check to Town of Cicero for local projects CICERO – State Senator Martin Sandoval (D-11) was the guest speaker at the Town of Cicero Board Meeting, where he presented President Larry Dominick and the Board of Trustees with a large $200K check for infrastructure improvements. “I continue to be inspired by President Dominick […]

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Rauner plans pre-election Night/St. Patricks Day Rally March 17

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Rauner plans pre-election Night/St. Patricks Day Rally March 17

Rauner plans pre-election Night/St. Patricks Day Rally March 17 Bruce Rauner, the Republican candidate for governor of Illinois, has scheduled a pre-election night, St. Patrick’s Day celebration for Monday March 17 at the Lexington House banquet hall, 7717 W. 95th Street in Hickery Hills in Chicagoland’s Southwest Suburbs. The event is co-sponsored by Rauner backer […]

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Governor Quinn Announces Illinois is First in the Nation in Renewable Energy Use

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Governor Quinn Announces Illinois is First in the Nation in Renewable Energy Use

Governor Quinn Announces Illinois is First in the Nation in Renewable Energy Use New Report says 91 Illinois Communities Have Achieved 100 Percent Renewable Electricity CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn today announced that a new report has found Illinois leads the nation in the number of communities using renewable electricity. The report shows 91 Illinois […]

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Illinois Chamber President argues state is best in country for business

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Illinois Chamber President argues state is best in country for business By Doug Whitley President of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce For years Illinois citizens, especially business owners and managers, have suffered embarrassment over political corruption, higher taxes and fees, chagrin over failed government fiscal policies, frustration with anti-business rhetoric and public employee discontent. Employers […]

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Winter Storm Rex Creates Dangerous Driving Conditions for Illinois Motorists

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Winter Storm Rex Creates Dangerous Driving Conditions for Illinois Motorists IDOT issues snow warning for Illinois Motorists Urged to Stay Off Roads in Impacted Areas; IDOT Crews Work to Clear Latest Round of Snow and Ice CHICAGO – The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) announced today that roads and bridges are snow and ice covered […]

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Rauner Interview on WTTW’s Chicago Tonight

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Rauner interview on WTTW’s Chicago Tonight Venture Capitalist Bruce Rauner offered an early perspective on his views for Illinois during a detailed interview on WTTW Channel 11 on the program “Chicago Tonight” In february 2013. There’s a new push to boost Chicago tourism with visions of glass cable car trams, luxury CTA cars to O’Hare […]

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IDOT Winter Crews Prepare for Snow and Freezing Rain

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IDOT Winter Crews Prepare for Snow and Freezing Rain

IDOT Winter Crews Prepare for Snow and Freezing Rain Roads to Become Slick and Dangerous through Weekend CHICAGO – The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) announced today that road conditions are expected to change throughout the state today and into next week due to the anticipated snow and ice. The National Weather Service forecasts snow […]

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Illinois State Board of Education announces Board video-conference meeting for Feb. 19

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Illinois State Board of Education announces Board video-conference meeting for Feb. 19     SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois State Board of Education has announced the following schedule for its regular business meeting via video-conference in Chicago and Springfield on Wednesday, Feb. 19. All State Board of Education meetings listed on this agenda will be accessible to […]

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Democratic shots at Rauner seem lame for $2 million

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Democratic shots at Rauner seem lame for $2 million By Ray Hanania Bruce Rauner, the independently wealthy Republican businessman has everyone in a tizzy. His campaign came out of nowhere, made some smart decisions and is moving forward to headlock the Republican Party nomination on March 18. The Democrats have invested some $2 million through […]

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