Jeff Keicher news
The drive will accept cards through Feb. 7, according to a news release.
State Rep. Jeff Keicher, R-Sycamore, said this week that he supports a $1.5M roundabout planned for Plank Road in Sycamore. Keicher also lives and operates an insurance office in Sycamore.
State Rep. Jeff Keicher, R-Sycamore, is working with 70th House District officials to increase enforcement and develop new policy proposals to prevent roadside trash from waste-hauling trucks, according to a news release.
The list of candidates for next year’s elections began to take shape this week. On the ballot next year are countywide offices, two county-level judicial vacancies and seats on the McHenry County Board and in the Illinois House and Congress.
State Rep. Jeff Keicher, R-Sycamore, recently proposed a bill that would designate Oct. 13 as Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day, and according to a news release a Hampshire constituent was his inspiration.
A Cortland Democrat and township elected official wants to unseat incumbent State Rep. Jeff Keicher, according to a Wednesday announcement from Randi Olson seeking to represent the 70th District, which includes parts of DeKalb, Kane and McHenry counties.
State Rep. Jeff Keicher, a Republican lawmaker who lives in Sycamore, announced Wednesday he’ll seek reelection in 2024 to represent the 70th House District which includes portions of DeKalb, Kane and McHenry counties.
DeKalb County Sheriff Andy Sullivan said Friday he plans to enforce a statewide ban on semiautomatic weapons, reversing a declaration he made in January alongside sheriffs statewide that alleged the law was unconstitutional and wouldn’t be followed.
A northern Illinois state legislature was honored with an award by a nature preservation organization after new legislation was past naming April of 2023 as prescribed burning awareness month in Illinois.
State Rep. Jeff Keicher, R-Sycamore, will host traveling office hours for constituents across the 70th District to ask questions or share concerns about legislation or state issues throughout the summer. First up is Thursday in Maple Park.
After 15 months as Illinois’ Legislative Inspector General, Judge Michael McCuskey is moving to Springfield. The post was created in 2003, and all three people who have held it in the past have criticized the lack of power given to the office.
Republicans Tony McCombie, Illinois State House GOP minority leader from Savanna and State Rep. Jeff Keicher, R-Sycamore talked the SAFET-T Act, estate taxes and the Illinois semiautomatic gun ban with Genoa area constituents this week.
House Minority Leader Tony McCombie, R-Savanna, and State Rep. Jeff Keicher, R-Sycamore, will host a town hall in Genoa on Tuesday, one day before the spring legislative session ends.
During House floor debate, Rep. Jeff Keicher, R-Sycamore, renewed his request for an estimate as to when a draft copy of the budget might drop – or at least a revenue estimate for the state’s fiscal year that begins July 1.
Northern Illinois political leaders from both sides of the aisle reacted to the historic indictment of former president Donald Trump Thursday, with many offering predictions on how it might impact Trump’s third White House bid.