Who needs Facebook and Russian trolls when Illinois election laws sow plenty of bad faith?
The head of the Cook County Dems who hired relatives and oversaw an unfair property tax system conceded the race to Fritz Kaegi.
The Illinois gubernatorial candidate talks about the arc of progressive politics and what’s required to bring change to the state capitol.
Dramatic changes in property tax assessment have a deep impact on renters, assessor candidate Fritz Kaegi says.
Instead another TIF deal benefits benefits a downtown building instead of neighborhoods in need.
The county board president has a beef with longtime ally Kwame Raoul
Hynes and Quinn call each other incompetent
In the run-up to February’s primaries, Mick Dumke and Ben Joravsky take a look at the races that could have the most impact on your life.
Which Dem candidate for county board president is most likely to take on Mayor Daley?
Not only could a Democrat help push Obama’s agenda – he or she could make the chamber a little more black, female, gay, or righteous.
Candidates for Cook County board president, sheriff, and U.S. Senate make pitches to a Muslim group on West Devon—and rip on their opponents who didn’t show up.
Dan Hynes came out swinging against Pat Quinn yesterday, as Mick Dumke reported. Last night he discussed the race with Bruce Dold of the Trib and Laura Washington of the Sun-Times.
Carlos Monteagudo may not have much money or visibility, but with strong support from med school students, he’s feeling optimistic.
Film Center pulls the plug on a Barack Obama documentary fearing charges of partisanship.