A second term by our current governor would feature more of the same thing: union bashing, budget slashing, school privatization, etc.
The Chicago festival has never topped 25 percent female-inclusive acts, but it’s still ahead of many of its competitors.
Get ready for the most expensive election for governor in U.S. history: J.B. Pritzker versus Bruce Rauner.
Here are some of our stories on Chuy’s mustache, the potential first Muslim woman in congress, twitter bots for Jeanne Ives and the so-called “cannabis candidate.”
The vast majority of Twitter posts in the Illinois governor’s race last week were in favor of Ives, a University of Illinois student found.
The star of The Social Network—speaking at a political event for the first time—took the stage for Daniel Biss.
The cinematic face of Lex Luthor and Mark Zuckerberg will join the Democratic governor candidate for a Get Out the Vote rally and march to the polls on Saturday.
The Democratic governor candidate will make a campaign stop at the show at Subterranean on Tuesday night.
Last night’s Democratic debate was another reminder that Illinois Dems spent the better part of the last ten years acting like Republicans.
Biss, Daiber, Hardiman, Kennedy, Pritzker—man, I can’t make up my mind.
Also, Canadian prime minister Trudeau wouldn’t let David Axelrod push him into discussing Trump.
As we head toward the primary, the Democrats find their inner FDR.
Also, Jeanne Ives is “a little bit surprised at some of the hysteria” over controversial campaign ad.
The Illinois gubernatorial candidate talks about the arc of progressive politics and what’s required to bring change to the state capitol.
Also, a new poll shows that more than a third of likely Democratic primary voters are undecided on the race for governor.