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Sunday, December 09, 2018
Democrat Cheri Bustos has been declared the winner in the 17th Congressional District against Republican William Fawell.
Democrat Michael Halpin has been declared the winner in the House District 72 race against Republican Glen Evans.
Democrat Michael Frerichs has been declared the winner in the Illinois State Treasurer's race against Republican Jim Dodge.
Democrat Susana Mendoza has won the state Comptroller race against Republican Darlene Senger.
Incumbent Gov. Bruce Rauner conceded defeat Tuesday night as Democrat J.B. Pritzker claimed the governorship of Illinois, capturing 59 percent of the vote to Rauner’s 35 percent.
Democrat Jesse White has won the Secretary of State race against Republican Jason Helland.
Democrat Kwame Raoul won the Attorney General's race after Republican candidate Erika Harold conceded the race.
Democrat J.B. Pritzker won the gubernatorial race after Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner conceded the race Tuesday night.
Francisco Cruz 'Keko' Martinez sees the planned demolition of the Rock Island County Courthouse as symbolic of the way Democrats govern the region.
Kippy Breeden trusts that her record will speak for itself in her Henry County District 1 Board re-election effort on Nov. 6.
Jeffery Orton is spending the final days of his re-election campaign for the Henry County Board preaching the same message he has hammered home all election season.
The number of competitive Illinois state legislative races in the Nov. 6 midterm elections will be 18 more than what it was four years ago as more major-party candidates go head-to-head is districts across the state.
Unlike the dynamic four years ago, a majority of the Illinois House races – 56 percent – will be competitive contests pitting major party candidates during the Nov. 6 midterm election.
The number of Illinois House races being contested by major-party candidates on Nov. 6 is up 13.6 percent over the last midterm election in 2014, according to a Prairie State Wire analysis.
The thought of an Illinois led by J.B. Pritzker is far from a pretty picture for Keko Martinez.
Rep. Tony McCombie (R-Savanna) wants her constituents to have no doubt where she stands on the issues many consider to be most important.
Mike Steffen, running for re-election to the Rock Island County Board, did not make politics a priority until he retired as a special education teacher.
Jeffery Orton argues there’s no basis for any politician to be pushing for any tax increase in Illinois.
Running on a record of helping to streamline operations, Rock Island County Board member Kenneth “Mike” Steffen says it's important he is re-elected because “we still have more work to do.”
Kippy Breeden wishes lawmakers in Springfield ran the state more like she and her colleagues on the Henry County District 1 board pride themselves on doing.