Local hero, community activist and decorated Vietnam War veteran
Allen Lynch recently endorsed Mike Amrozowicz, Republican candidate for the District 31 state Senate seat, boosting support for Amrozowicz's candidacy based partly on their mutual military backgrounds.
Controversy arose early last week when a video released by James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas group allegedly exposed several potentially illegal tactics by the Democratic Party to incite unrest at Republican rallies and meetings.
A recent poll conducted by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University found that nearly half of registered Illinois voters polled wanted to leave the state. Of those who expressed their desire to leave, 27 percent cited taxes as the determining factor.
Independent mapping was dealt another blow earlier this month as the Illinois Supreme Court rejected a hearing for reconsideration to add the amendment to the November ballot. Mike Amrozowicz, Republican candidate for state Senate in District 31, said that he believes that while the appeal was a long shot, the decision by the court was nonetheless discouraging.
Mike Amrozowicz, the Republican candidate running for the District 31 State Senate seat, responded to recent ads that called out his opponent, State Sen. Melinda Bush, D-Grayslake, while he remains focused on issues he said are critical to Illinois’ future.
The Illinois Supreme Court's recent decision on the Independent Map Amendment is a defeat for supporters, and Mike Amrozowicz, Republican candidate for state Senate in District 31, is upset with the ruling.
Mike Amrozowicz, Republican candidate for the District 31 state Senate seat, recently released a statement supporting legislative term limits in the hopes of ending an era of “professional politics” prone to potential corruption.
Mike Amrozowicz, the Republican candidate for the District 31 State Senate seat, recently hailed 20 GOP Illinois lawmakers who filed a joint House resolution (HJR) to remove Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino from office amid state and federal probes into campaign spending issues.
The Illinois stopgap budget, passed by Gov. Bruce
Rauner and Democratic lawmakers in late June, has provided some relief to several state agencies and groups; however, it is also looked upon as
a concern to many others.