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The Whiteside County Republicans’ 2024 Lincoln Day Dinner will be Friday, March 1, 2024, at Deer Valley Golf Course.
The Whiteside County Board is looking for another Republican to join its ranks in the wake of the Jan. 1 resignation of Larry Russell of Fulton.
A retired judge has recommended to an Illinois election board that former President Donald Trump’s name should be removed from the Illinois primary ballot, but he says the decision should be left to the courts.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday that he’s ending his Republican presidential bid just days before Iowa’s leadoff caucuses in a last-ditch effort to deny Donald Trump a glidepath to the nomination.
Facing pressure from local Republicans to keep migrants out of Kane County, officials outlined a protocol for transferring migrants to the designated processing station in Chicago.
Former Will County Board Member Charles "Chuck" Maher will challenge Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant for county executive post.
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.
The first day of candidate filing for Illinois’ March 2024 primary election revealed potential interparty contests in five suburban congressional districts.
The MCGOPAC is sponsoring and hosting an event with Donald Trump, Jr. at 11 a.m. on Oct. 27 in Addison.
The Republican opponent to Will County Sheriff Mike Kelley filed his lawsuit with retaliation claims well past the two-year time limit, according to a federal judge.
During Republican Day at the Illinois State Fair Thursday, state party leaders sought a message of unity ahead of the 2024 presidential election.
The La Salle County official that oversees elections and marriage licensing prompted a bipartisan rebuke on Friday after she reposted to her social media earlier in the week a meme expressing satisfaction over the end of Pride month.
There was no formal recognition of LGBTQ Pride or Juneteenth at last week’s Will County Board meeting following controversy over a potential decision to recognize a group that has been called extremist by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
U.S. Rep. George Santos, who faced outrage and mockery over a litany of fabrications about his heritage, education and professional pedigree, has been charged with federal criminal offenses, two people familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.
The New Lenox Township supervisor was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence in Homer Glen.