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  • 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,...
  • Obama urges Democrats to vote early for Quinn

    Obama urges Democrats to vote early for Quinn
    President Barack Obama on Sunday night helped launch an all-out effort by Democrats to get voters to the polls for Gov. Pat Quinn, telling thousands gathered at a South Side rally to cast their ballots when early voting starts Monday. “Pat Quinn...
  • Amendment would give war widows tax break

    The one proposed constitutional amendment on Tuesday's ballot that would exempt military widows and widowers from paying property taxes on their homes. The idea passed the General Assembly easily earlier this year, clearing every committee, then the full...
  • Sarbanes models a different kind of election focused on small donors

    Like most candidates running for re-election, Rep. John Sarbanes has spent much of his time recently at fundraisers, pressing the flesh in pursuit of campaign cash. But donors who show up to meet the Baltimore County Democrat quickly learn he is not...
  • Higher taxes pushing middle class to poverty

    With the never-ending increases in property taxes that have made us struggle to meet mortgage payments, my worst fear was compounded when I opened my husband's health care insurance premium for 2015. It had doubled and exceeded our mortgage payment....
  • Naperville tax bills may rise next year

    Naperville tax bills may rise next year
    The average Naperville homeowner will pay about $47 more to the city in property taxes next year, under a proposal that won initial approval from councilmen. The plan calls for a tax levy of $49.1 million, which is $3.2 million more than the previous...
  • Williams Township voters to decide fate of open space tax

    The rolling farmlands and acres of hillsides that stretch far between houses have long defined Williams Township. The township has stood apart from neighboring communities plighted with traffic congestion from suburban sprawl. Some credit an earned...
  • Tom Corbett cuts Tom Wolf's lead to 12 points, Morning Call/Muhlenberg College Poll shows

    Tom Corbett cuts Tom Wolf's lead to 12 points, Morning Call/Muhlenberg College Poll shows
    Incumbent Gov. Tom Corbett has sliced into Democrat Tom Wolf's lead with the help of his own party and growing fear over Wolf's income tax plan, according to a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College Poll. The poll, released Friday, shows Wolf up 12...
  • David Moylan: Curing America's ills begins with replacing Obamacare

    David Moylan: Curing America's ills begins with replacing Obamacare
    Washington, D.C., is suffering from a severe sickness that needs to be cured for America to move forward toward prosperity. The economy is stagnant, the federal government is bloated, health care has been ripped out of the hands of physicians and placed...
  • Illinois Governor candidates Quinn, Rauner on the issues

    Illinois Governor candidates Quinn, Rauner on the issues
    Where do the candidates for governor - incumbent Pat Quinn and challenger Bruce Rauner - stand on the issues?   MINIMUM WAGE Quinn: Wants to raise minimum wage to $10 an hour over the next two years. Rauner: Favored cutting state minimum wage by...
  • Harhart, Molovinsky, Powell face off in 183rd

    Harhart, Molovinsky, Powell face off in 183rd
    Democrat Terri Powell praises Republican Julie Harhart's constituent services. And she finds her to be "a nice lady. People think she's a nice lady." But Powell also says a good legislator needs to be and do more. She describes Harhart as a partisan...