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Policy Director Colin Williams was mentioned in this article. Via – Northern Public Radio “Democrat J.B. Pritzker and Republican incumbent Bruce Rauner will square off this fall in the general election for Illinois governor. Each pumped millions into their campaigns to win primary races….
ICPR was mentioned in this article. Via – Chicago Magazine “Four long years ago, political rookie Bruce Rauner just barely edged out former DuPage County GOP chairman and state senator Kirk Dillard by 2.8 percentage points, or a mere 23,000…
Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article. Via – The Chicago Reporter “In both major parties, Tuesday’s primary showed that the energy is coming from grassroots insurgencies at the expense of party establishments. My guess is that in…
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