Democratic gubernatorial candidate Chris Kennedy lifted the campaign contribution limit by donating more than $250,000 to his own campaign.
Most of the $28 million raised by Mayor Emanuel’s campaign comes from beyond the city limits.
Having apparently exhausted himself dispensing so much BS, Mayor Rahm heads off for a holiday, leaving the rest of us to get ready for Jesus Garcia’s January 6 appearance at the Hideout.
Jesus “Chuy” Garcia and Robert Fioretti trail far behind Mayor Emanuel in fundraising. Does it matter?
Mayor Emanuel officially launches his campaign for a second term.
Kenneth Griffin, whose firm invested in Marriott, is a top Emanuel donor who could profit from a hotel built with taxpayers’ money.
Toni Preckwinkle and other potential challengers lag far behind Emanuel in raising money.
How Mayor Emanuel locked the parking meter deal in place.
The latest Daley to run for office attracts the interest—and checks—of many of the city’s powerful
Do we need a new president, or new ideas?
The winner of the state’s new casino license has been a generous contributor to many of the most powerful politicians in Illinois.
What’s behind Anita Alvarez’s victory in the state’s attorney primary?
It’s the year of change–and the year of candidates funding their own campaigns.
There’s lots of money flowing into the coffers of the candidates for state’s attorney . . .
Campaign disclosure reports show that Mayor Daley has received thousands of dollars from civil rights and other black leaders.