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  • Tribune endorsements for treasurer, comptroller, secretary of state

    Tribune endorsements for treasurer, comptroller, secretary of state
    Quick quiz: What do the Illinois treasurer and comptroller actually do? We won't make you read tiny upside down print at the bottom of the page to get your answers: The treasurer invests taxpayer money after it's collected but before it gets spent....
  • Notes and notables

    A great opportunity With Election Day barely two weeks away, we once again urge our readers to get informed and to vote — in that order. A perfect opportunity to do the former presents itself on Friday night, when U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and his...
  • Attorney general's race: Stark differences between Bondi, Sheldon

    Attorney general's race: Stark differences between Bondi, Sheldon
    Attorney General Pam Bondi would like her previous four years in office to be remembered for closing down pill mills and cracking down on human trafficking. And they will. But they will also be remembered for her tenacious defense of the state's same-...
  • Blocked from debate, Wyllie finds room at the (Holiday) inn

    Blocked from debate, Wyllie finds room at the (Holiday) inn
    Libertarian Adrian Wyllie got shut out from the governor's debate at Broward College on Wednesday, so he went to a Holiday Inn Express instead. Wyllie planned to set up shop in a conference room, a production crew in tow, and answer the same questions...
  • Libertarian party candidate can't force his way into governor debate

     
    Adrian Wyllie, the Libertarian Party candidate for governor, failed to persuade a federal judge that he had a right to appear in Wednesday night's debate between governor candidates Charlie Crist and Rick Scott....
  • Joe Biden praises Charlie Crist as man of middle class

    Joe Biden praises Charlie Crist as man of middle class
    – Vice President Joe Biden, famous for a gregarious and freewheeling style that often veers away from sanitized political talking points, was on message Monday as he hit the campaign trail in South Florida: soaring rhetoric, no gaffes, and a big...
  • Durbin has cushy lead over Oberweis, poll finds

    Durbin has cushy lead over Oberweis, poll finds
    While Democrats are at risk of losing control of the U.S. Senate this year, Illinois' Sen. Dick Durbin holds a comfortable lead over Republican rival Jim Oberweis, according to a new Chicago Tribune poll. The survey of registered voters found that 55...
  • Senate candidates diverge on wage, tax issues

    Senate candidates diverge on wage, tax issues
    Democratic U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin says the middle class needs help. He supports raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, closing the pay gap between men and women and stopping major corporations from reincorporating overseas to reduce their taxes....
  • Financial literacy, Panetta, and Wyllie: Letters

    Financial literacy After reading the Sept. 8 article "Financial literacy class in high school: Senator will push again to make it a graduation requirement," I've come to agree with state Sen. Dorothy Hukill's decision to push a financial literacy...
  • Gillespie: Tax credits, free market over Obamacare

    Gillespie: Tax credits, free market over Obamacare
    RICHMOND — Republican Senate nominee Ed Gillespie on Friday rolled out a long-promised plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, saying he can save the country money and still improve its health system. The plan relies on tiered tax credits, based...
  • Charlie Crist, Rick Scott face off in first debate

    Charlie Crist, Rick Scott face off in first debate
    It took just moments for Charlie Crist and Rick Scott to unsheathe their knives in an attempt to slice and dice each other in the first debate of the Florida governor's race, an hourlong back and forth that showcased multiple policy differences. Scott,...