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Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster’s campaign coffers dramatically exceed those of Republican challenger Catalina Lauf, new reports show.
A candlelight vigil held Wednesday in Geneva saw several representatives, political candidates and activists speak and demand gun law changes.
Democratic Party leaders wasted no time going after newly minted Republican congressional nominee Catalina Lauf of Woodstock on Wednesday.
The Republican race to face Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster of Naperville for Illinois' 11th Congressional District seat could be close.
The Republican race to face Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster of Naperville for Illinois’ 11th Congressional District seat could be close.
Most of the Republican candidates for Illinois’ 11th Congressional District seat entered the last three weeks of the primary race strapped for campaign cash, records show.
Republicans running for Illinois’ 11th Congressional District seat expressed varied stances on immigration policy reform and what to do about people already in the country illegally. One said making English the national language would be a key step; several favored funding a wall
Three Republican candidates in Illinois’ 11th Congressional District believe the global climate is changing and that humanity contributes to the problem -- but two others expressed doubts.
'Enough is Enough' rally begins at noon in front of the old Kane County Courthouse in Geneva.
Members of Congress representing Will County announced the list of projects they are requesting funding for through the annual appropriations process.
Although they found common ground on many issues, three Republican candidates for Illinois’ 11th Congressional District seat expressed different priorities during a public forum in Batavia.
US House of Representatives 11th Congressional District candidate Mark Joseph Carroll said in his questionnaire on abortion: "I would support a Constitutional Amendment defining Life as beginning at conception and ending at natural death."
Two of the Republicans running for Illinois’ 11th Congressional District seat believe abortion should be banned nationally if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns the historic Roe v. Wade decision.
‘It is an assault on our lives, our bodies and our freedoms,' said U.S. Rep. Marie Newman.
Asked how he would bring back manufacturing jobs, District 11 Rep. Bill Foster wrote "I believe America needs to focus on being a leader in high-tech manufacturing." Read Foster's full election questionnaire here.