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There has been no shortage of misrepresentations and half-thruths told during this campaign – so much so that even the Libertarian candidate is complaining.
Joined by his wife, running mate, former Gov. Jim Edgar, and other Republicans, Rauner tried to close the sale.
The Executive Director of the Illinois State Board of Elections is reporting a significant uptick in early voting totals this year in advance of the Nov. 4 election.
Informational fair to provide help on transfers
The popular service will run through November 24th.
Police in suburban Chicago say an officer shot and killed a man who drew a handgun at a hospital.
Joins crime victim bill of rights as proposed constitutional amendments
Help is available for companies wanting to export more
4 R's for conservation
Communal meal, no screens
Trying to help the whole child, not just academically
Polls are open 6a-7p Tuesday
Project Vote Smart says Illinois candidates are a bunch of cowards for not answering questionnaire.
Voters will have a chance to answer referendum on whether Illinois health insurance plans would require birth control as prescription drug coverage.
Candidates use the last weekend before the election to hit the campaign trail hard.
Leave your cell phone in your pocket in the voting booth.
The $13.3 million complex will receive several million dollars from the State of Illinois.
$91M dredging project begins on Lake Decatur
Firefighters recommend you change your smoke and CO detector batteries along with your clocks tonight.
Dick Durbin and Jim Oberweis disagree on proposed travel restrictions from those nations hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak.