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ICPR’s Policy Director Alisa Kaplan appeared on Chicago Tonight. Via – WTTW “The race for Illinois governor has been dominated by two massively wealthy candidates willing to self-fund their campaigns to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars, tens…
Illinois Sunshine was mentioned in this article. Via – Chicago Sun Times Consider it a “maybe.” “Four years after she dashed her supporters’ hopes, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is officially exploring a run for City Hall. Preckwinkle will…
Executive Director Mary Miro was quoted in this interview clip. Via – WBBM “A campaign finance expert says Mayor Emanuel could help other candidates with the nearly $8 million left in his political fund. Mary Miro, executive director of the Illinois…
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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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