The Will County Republican Central Committee is encouraging supporters of President Donald J. Trump to turn out en masse Saturday morning in Frankfort for an anti-impeachment rally that's being touted as the GOP event of the year.
Congressional candidate James Marter (R-Oswego) sees the impeachment proceedings of President Donald J. Trump by the Democrat-controlled U.S. House of Representatives as another reason why U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-Naperville) has to go.
If not in body, congressional candidate Theresa Raborn (R-Country Club Hills) will certainly be there in spirit when Will County GOP members gather outside the Matteson offices of Democratic leaders to protest the impeachment proceedings against President Donald J. Trump.
William Aeschlan donated $1,000 to Democrat Nick Palmer's election campaign committee, Citizens for Nick Palmer, on Dec. 19, according to records obtained from the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE).
Congressman Dan Lipinski (IL-03) highlighted numerous priorities of Illinois’ Third Congressional District and other communities across the country in H.R. 1865 and H.R. 1158, two “minibus” packages of the Fiscal Year 2020 appropriations bills that passed the House on Tuesday.
Will County Board Minority Leader and 3rd Congressional District candidate Mike Fricilone (R-Oak Lawn) is at a loss for words for why none of his 2020 opponents have voiced any support for President Trump in his fight against impeachment charges.
Illinois state Rep. Grant Wehrli (R-Naperville) is casting suspicion on a number of labor unions recently moving to make maximum contributions to the war chest of embattled House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago).
Michael Murphy donated $1,000 to Democrat Nick Palmer's election campaign committee, Citizens for Nick Palmer, on Dec. 17, according to records obtained from the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE).
U.S. Representatives Dan Lipinski (IL-3), Mike Gallagher (WI-8), Cindy Axne (IA-3), and Abigail Spanberger (VA-7) this week called on House and Senate leadership to bring up legislation that would put an end to the expensive surprise medical bills patients receive when they are unable to select a healthcare provider and receive out of network care.
Congressman Lipinski voted in favor of the Lower Drug Costs Now Act that passed the House today. This legislation would help residents of the Third Congressional District save thousands of dollars in prescription drug costs.
Diane Oberhelman donated $2,500 to Democrat Nick Palmer's election campaign committee, Citizens for Nick Palmer, on Dec. 12, according to records obtained from the Illinois State Board of Elections (ISBE).