Rauner, Pritzker Face Voters In Expensive Governor's RacePolls have shown Rauner trailing Pritzker by double digits. Only two incumbents since the 19th century, both seeking third terms, lost by more than 10 points.
Candidate Q & A: Illinois Attorney General Republican Candidate Erika Harold"I've been campaigning throughout the state of Illinois, people routinely talk about Illinois' record of corruption and the fact they want an attorney general who will be a watchdog and a check on state government."
Candidate Q & A: Illinois Attorney General Democratic Candidate Kwame Raoul"The notion that women should have autonomy to make decisions about their own bodies. These are issues that are under attack and we have, in my opponent, an individual who says she will do nothing about protecting those rights."
Obama In Chicago To Push For Pritzker, Donnelly in IndianaObama's Sunday event at the University of Illinois at Chicago came as Gov. Bruce Rauner and other Republicans campaigned across Illinois before Tuesday's election.
Candidate Q & A: 14th Congressional District Republican Randy Hultgren"America is strong. Our military is strong again. Lets not take a step back."
Candidate Q & A: 14th Congressional District Democrat Lauren Underwood"I want individuals and families to have high quality, affordable healthcare coverage. We know we need some action, some intervention to help make it more affordable for middle class families."
Candidate Q & A: 6th Congressional District Democratic Challenger Sean CastenThe battle between incumbent Peter roskam and Democratic challenger Sean Casten is one of the hottest races not just in Illinois, but across the country.
Candidate Q & A: 6th Congressional District Republican Incumbent Peter RoskamThe battle between incumbent Peter roskam and Democratic challenger Sean Casten is one of the hottest races not just in Illinois, but across the country.
Ben & Jerry's Puts Out Call For 'Take Back Congress' Flavors Supporting Progressive Candidates, Losing Conservative FansBen & Jerry's "Take Back Congress, Flavor By Flavor" campaign is trying to vote in seven "progressive champions to Congress who will fix our health care system with Medicare for All, protect clean air and water, and get big money out of politics," write the company's founders.
Rohrabacher: People Should Be Able To Refuse To Sell Homes To Gay PeopleRep. Dana Rohrabacher has lost the political endorsement of the National Association of Realtors after he told a local trade group earlier this month that he would oppose extending the Fair Housing Act to gays and lesbians.