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The future of the Illinois GOP: Primary may decide how far right it will go

Bernie Sanders’ latest Chicago visit tries to boost progressive agenda and congressional candidates

Congressional races head for homestretch: Incumbent Democrat Krishnamoorthi faces challenge in 8th District primary, while 5 candidates vie for GOP nomination

Chicago casino developer makes $40 million ‘down payment’ as promised, but it’s a small dent in the city’s pension bills

Early voting in Chicago

Trump factor hangs heavy in Downstate race for Congress

Reps. Rodney Davis and Mary Miller battle in the newly drawn 15th Congressional District

Bernie Sanders, in Chicago, blasts oil companies over high gas prices: Pass a ‘windfall profits tax on those crooks’

Sen. Bernie Sanders at pro-union rally in Chicago

Trump and Pence, at center of House Jan. 6 insurrection hearings, coming to Illinois for separate events next week

Illinois paid out nearly $2 billion in federal funds for fraudulent pandemic unemployment claims, audit finds

Gov. J.B. Pritzker signs measure to protect victims in alcohol and drug-related rape cases

COVID-19 outbreak reported at Manteno veterans’ home

Family of Gwen Casten — daughter of U.S. Rep. Sean Casten — says the only thing known about her death is that it was ‘peaceful’

Gov. J.B. Pritzker traveling to New Hampshire, sparking presidential speculation and some criticism from Republican opponents

Democratic race for secretary of state has one candidate trying to resurrect his political career and two trying to take their next step

Ex-Mayor Richard Daley expected to spend a 3rd night in the hospital

Richard Irvin launches new message in battle for GOP governor nomination: A vote for Bailey is a vote for Pritzker

Bill aimed at addressing shortage of mental health providers and rewarding employers who hire people in recovery signed into law by Pritzker

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart’s opponents are trying to link the incumbent to crime spikes, but their biggest issue is just staying on the ballot

Former Mayor Richard M. Daley remains in the hospital after undergoing tests

A bitter and sometimes awkward battle between two incumbent suburban Democrats has them fighting for their political lives

GOP purity test in DuPage County? Republican candidates for County Board chair question each other’s Democratic ties

Pritzker says state now in compliance with a law requiring DNA evidence in rape cases to be tested within six months

2022 Illinois election: See how all the candidates answered our questions — plus who the Tribune Editorial Board endorsed

2022 Illinois election: See how candidates for Secretary of State answered our questions — plus who the Tribune Editorial Board endorsed

Darren Bailey’s Chicago ‘hellhole’ comment and the issue of crime become focus in debate among GOP candidates for governor

Race, politics and misinformation combine as false story about Oak Park and River Forest High School grading goes viral

Safety equipment will be required at all Lake Michigan piers under new law prompted by teen’s drowning in Rogers Park

2022 Illinois election: See how candidates for Cook County assessor answered our questions — plus who the Tribune Editorial Board endorsed

Antiques amassed by late Gov. Jim Thompson, ‘a prolific collector of things,’ on sale this weekend

Late Gov. Jim Thompson's antiques

Cook County ethics board sues elected official for refusing to fire her cousin, in defiance of nepotism ban

U.S. Rep. Marie Newman’s dog does its business in latest campaign ad taking on Democratic primary rival Sean Casten

Chicago mayor’s race 2023 lineup: Who is in, who is out, who is undecided

As Aurora mayor, Richard Irvin quietly launched firm with a top aide plus two others, who got a city contract

2022 Illinois election: See how candidates for Cook County board answered our questions — plus who the Tribune Editorial Board endorsed

Billionaire Ken Griffin has now contributed $50 million to Richard Irvin’s campaign for governor

Nursing home bill aimed at increasing staffing, improving care signed into law by Gov. J.B. Pritzker

Chicago mayoral candidate Kam Buckner would invest both in police and alternatives: ‘We can do both’

What’s an endorsement, and why does the Tribune Editorial Board do them?

2022 Illinois election: See how candidates for governor answered our questions — plus who the Tribune Editorial Board endorsed

Editorial: Tribune Editorial Board endorses Paul Schimpf in GOP governor primary. But tactical voters might choose differently.

GOP candidates running for U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth’s seat face ‘pick your poison dilemma’ in blue Illinois

‘Our children are welcome everywhere’: Mayor Lightfoot and police leaders address safety concerns before holiday weekend

Valencia, Giannoulias repeat accusations of ethical lapses during forum for Democratic secretary of state candidates

New ad from billionaire Gov. J.B. Pritzker goes after billionaire Ken Griffin and his candidate, Richard Irvin

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