Stories about the 11th Congressional District in Illinois
Lake Forest billionaire Richard Uihlein was especially generous to the People Who Play By the Rules political action committee, which backed unsuccessful Republican gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey. He gave the organization more than $13.9 million on Oct. 5 – the single-bigg
Personnel items that were approved on Dec. 14 during a board of education meeting.
The Bears have reportedly interviewed Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren for the position of team president. Current team president Ted Phillips is set to retire after the 2022 football season.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster of Naperville claimed victory Tuesday in a snug race to keep his 11th District seat Tuesday night.
Even though the claim has been debunked as a hoax, Republican congressional candidate Catalina Lauf is standing by a recent tweet in which she said some schools provide litter boxes for students who like pretending they’re anthropomorphic animals.
Catalina Lauf is holding a fundraiser in Woodstock later in August.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster’s campaign coffers dramatically exceed those of Republican challenger Catalina Lauf, new reports show.
Only about half the non-incumbent congressional candidates in the north, west or northwest suburbs have filed financial disclosure reports with the U.S. House that were due in May, records show.
Members of Congress representing Will County announced the list of projects they are requesting funding for through the annual appropriations process.
‘It is an assault on our lives, our bodies and our freedoms,' said U.S. Rep. Marie Newman.
Before Politico’s report of a draft opinion that suggested the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade, we asked all candidates running for Congress in McHenry County-area districts their thoughts on abortion.
The bill would create a program to allow taxpayers to automatically download information the IRS already collects
The bill aims to cap the out-of-pocket cost of insulin at $35 per month
The bill would require companies to disclose what data they collect
Will County area lawmakers condemn Russian invasion of Ukraine