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How to pay for schools is a dilemma that surfaces perennially in Illinois elections. Some answers recently pitched by Republican candidates for governor included doubling superintendents’ workloads and expanding voucher programs.
Things got a bit chippy Thursday night when the six Republican candidates took the stage together for the first time for a debate in Chicago.
There was little difference among Republican candidates for Illinois governor in a televised debate Thursday when it came to questions of protecting schoolchildren from mass shootings
The football team has not finalized a departure from Soldier Field, although its owners have hired architects and consultants to draft plans for a stadium on the former racetrack property.
Abortion, January 6, Donald Trump, Critical Race Theory and whether Joe Biden is rightfully the president of the United States were the basis of questions asked to a field of six Republican candidates for Illinois governor
While all candidates expressed horror at the tragedy, responses from a policy standpoint in the GOP Illinois Governor primary ranged from saying more needs to be done to support police and treat mental health to candidates saying more guns are needed in schools
For those polled who have picked a candidate, Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin had the lead at 24.1%, followed by state Sen. Darren Bailey, R-Xenia, at 19.8%, Gary Rabine at 7.8%, Jesse Sullivan at 7.3%, Max Solomon at 2.3% and Paul Schimpf at 1.9%
Paul Schimpf says he is the only Republican candidate for Illinois Governor with a conservative legislative record where "I have never voted for a tax increase or introduced legislation that would give the Illinois government new taxing powers"
The hearing office concluded candidate Gary Rabine’s attorney “failed to present any evidence in support of his objection,” and the “gamesmanship in these proceedings borders on the frivolous.”
Republican gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey made a stop in McHenry Thursday morning, telling the crowd of about 50 supporters that he will “restore” Illinois and saying the state “cannot afford another four years of JB Pritzker.”