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Pritzker and Rauner Each Spent More than $100 Per Vote

ICPR’s was mentioned in this post. Via – Capitol Fax “Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democrat J.B. Pritzker spent a combined $105.2 million to win their respective party nominations — the equivalent of more than $100 per vote cast in…

Election Official: Illinois Needs to Change Early Voting Rules

ICPR’s “Illinois Primary: What Happened & Why” forum was mentioned in this article. Via – Illinois News Network “There’s a growing push to change how Illinois handles early voting. The first day of early voting for the March 20th primary…

Door Now Open for Big Money in Chicago Mayor’s Race

ICPR Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article. Via – ABC 7 Chicago “Big money will now be a big factor in the Chicago mayor’s race. A $100,000 donation to his own campaign by millionaire businessman Willie Wilson…

Rauner Should Look to Sister Jean

ICPR was mentioned in this article. Via – Dispatch Argus “What do Bruce Rauner’s campaign and the Loyola Ramblers have in common? They both had surprising March performances. The Ramblers did well and Rauner did poorly. Just as the Las…

Mayoral Campaigns Heat Up with Election a Year Away

Policy Director Colin Williams was quoted in this article. Via – Columbia Chronicle “With the race for Chicago mayor a little less than a year away, some candidates have started rolling out ads announcing their candidacy—as well as attacking their…

Roskam Challenger Casten Raised $907K Ahead of Primary Victory

ICPR was mentioned in this article. Via – DuPage Policy Journal “Sean Casten raised $69 per vote cast for him in the 6th Congressional District Democratic primary race last week, according to the Illinois Campaign for Political Reform. In all,…


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