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Postelection autopsy has some Illinois Republican leaders fearing for the party's future

If there is to be an autopsy of the Illinois Republican ... future of your leadership when you can find that kind of young talent that has got to step to the fore,” Baise said, noting that both ... read more

More women are crossing state lines to have abortions in Illinois

Some of the greatest shifts have recently been in Iowa ... and limitations on the ability of a woman to access health care, including abortion care, Illinois has largely moved to keep such health care ... read more

Inauguration Day: Columbus native son Mike Pence and his remarkable rise to the vice presidency

“Mike has convinced me to take a second look at Trump,” despite deep differences on trade and other policies favored by fellow budget slashers, said McIntosh, who heads the Club for Growth in ... read more

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Dems move past Scott Brown ghost with Mass. win

The contest served as a reminder that President Barack Obama has ... the Republican National Committee recently called for in a postelection internal autopsy as key to GOP growth. Washington’s ... read more


Will Cooler Heads Prevail On Government Shutdown Threat?

From Galesburg, Illinois ... Republican from Spartanburg has not announced, but he is up with a new website declaring his intention to run for Senate. "As a South Carolina state senator, Lee Bright ... read more

When lawmakers return to Springfield, will they rebuke Rauner or save some wins for Pritzker?

READ MORE: Postelection autopsy has some Illinois Republican leaders fearing for the party's future » The Tribune also has reported that the Trump and Rauner administrations have done nothing to ... read more

Judicial politics

Democrats, naturally, will try to make a campaign issue out of the GOP's planned intransigence, and they may make some hay out of it. Illinois Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, who's facing a tough ... read more

Why did Barack Obama fail to bring the change he promised?

“You said the time has come to move beyond the bitterness and pettiness and anger that’s consumed Washington,” the then-senator from Illinois ... took place during the post-election transition with ... read more

POLITICO Playbook: The case for Trump to shut down the government

Shouldn’t Republicans fear their ... Cordray has overcome early complaints about his campaign to pull even with Republican Mike DeWine in one of the most competitive races in the country.” POLITICO ... read more

The Voting Rights Act of 1965 - how America did overcome

And even though Johnson didn’t want to spend his political postelection capital all at once by pushing for the next big piece of civil rights legislation, he had some pragmatic ... Minority Leader ... read more

Postelection autopsy has some Illinois Republican leaders fearing for the party's future

If there is to be an autopsy of the Illinois Republican ... future of your leadership when you can find that kind of young talent that has got to step to the fore," Baise said, noting that both ... read more



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