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 Board Chair Susan Garrett was quoted in this article via – Crain’s Chicago “A roomful of candidates running for the Democratic nomination for governor met with party ward and township bosses today. Everyone seemed to have a fine time…
ICPR was mentioned in this article via – The Hill “Illinois State Rep. Daniel Biss positioned himself as a fresh face Monday as he jumped into the Democratic primary for the state’s 2018 gubernatorial election. But his ties to the state House’s powerful speaker show the difficulties for…
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