The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform is a non-partisan public interest group that conducts research and advocates reforms to promote public participation in government, address the role of money in politics and encourage integrity, accountability, and transparency in government.
ICPR Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in the article via Chicago Tribune “A few years ago, when Hillary Clinton’s private email server started smelling like a dead fish, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel was asked about it. Rahm also communicated…
ICPR was mentioned in this article via Chicago Sun-Times “The ‘dark money’ pouring into Illinois political races needs a lot of sunlight. Certain political nonprofits that have set themselves up as 501(c)(4)s, 501(c)(5)s or 501(c)(6)s — special categories that were…
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As the leading reform group for Illinois, ICPR is a non-partisan public interest group that conducts research and advocates reform.
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