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Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster of Naperville claimed victory Tuesday in a snug race to keep his 11th District seat Tuesday night.
This November McHenry County voters weighed in on four of Illinois’ 18 congressional and one U.S. Senate race.
The race for Illinois governor won’t be the only one on Tuesday’s ballot. With the redrawing of the state’s political maps, the make-up of the entire McHenry County Board and both the U.S. and Illinois houses of representatives will be determined, along several other races.
In the 6th District, 11th District and 14th District, Republican challengers are trying to unseat Democratic incumbents. The races have been costly, with most of the campaigns raising and spending millions to share their messages with voters through TV ads and other means.
A political action committee largely funded by conservative Lake Forest billionaire Richard Uihlein dumped at least $526,580 into five Chicago-area congressional races last month, records show.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster of Naperville believes the private ownership and sale of military-style weapons like those used in several mass shootings, including this summer in Highland Park, should be outlawed.
Candidates for the Republican Party across local, state and federal races, were in Crystal Lake on Wednesday to meet with residents and talk about the state of Illinois, the SAFE-T Act and other issues.
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.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster’s campaign coffers dramatically exceed those of Republican challenger Catalina Lauf, new reports 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
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.
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.
Three months after one of U.S. Rep. Bill Foster’s Republican challengers reported raising more money from individual donors than the veteran Naperville Democrat, Foster has regained the fundraising crown in the 11th District.
Two congressional candidates whose filing paperwork had been formally challenged have dropped out of a pair of largely suburban races.
Woodstock’s Catalina Lauf received more money from individual donors than Rep. Bill Foster did during Q4 of 2021