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  • Quinn gets $1 million in late contributions

    Quinn gets $1 million in late contributions
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel's political organization kicked in $175,000 this week to Gov. Pat Quinn's late push to try to beat back the election challenge from Republican businessman Bruce Rauner — part of more than $1 million in last-minute contributions from labor unions and other Democratic Party-aligned groups as the tight race enters its final weeks.
  • Endorsements for Illinois Senate

    Endorsements for Illinois Senate
    Here's a prediction on which you can bet the house: Democrats will control the General Assembly after the Nov. 4 election. It's a mathematical certainty in the Senate. Democrats hold a 40-19 majority, and only seven seats are contested. If Republicans...

    Gov. Pat Quinn says he's seeking final term

    Gov. Pat Quinn says he's seeking final term
    Gov. Pat Quinn marched down Cermak Road where Cicero meets Berwyn, a white sash designating him grand marshal of a mushroom festival parade perched across his shoulder, but it was his celebrity sidekick who captured the crowd's attention. "I love you,...

    A Gov. Rauner may wonder who's in charge

    What makes you on the Editorial Board of the Chicago Tribune think that House Speaker Michael Madigan and Senate President John Cullerton are not going to treat Bruce Rauner if he should win the office of governor as “an irrelevant bystander,”...

    For governor: The Tribune endorses Bruce Rauner, to revive Illinois

     For governor: The Tribune endorses Bruce Rauner, to revive Illinois
    You don't see it in satellite photos, or from the Mississippi River gazing east. But Illinois has shrunk. If you've lived here for a while, you sense it: A place that for two centuries has been a muscular engine — a whole state of big shoulders,...