Wauconda resident Rod Drobinski, running for the 62nd Legislative District seat in the Illinois House of Representatives, is focused on tackling the state's fiscal state of affairs, health care, justice and taxes.
Lifelong Northbrook resident Benjamin Salzberg is running for the District 29 state Senate seat with the goals of salvaging Illinois’ financial troubles, aiming for solvency, maintaining quality education and a strong workforce and retaining businesses.
From a humble background to his present-day status as a veteran and businessman, Mike Amrozowicz is “campaigning, not complaining” to resolve Illinois’ critical needs by running for Senate District 31 as a Republican.
Not only is 26th District Senate GOP candidate Dan McConchie leading the polls across all demographics by 10 points, according to a new We Ask America poll conducted on Feb. 16, but he also has received five new endorsements from conservative lawmakers eager to have him on their team, which brings the total number of endorsements by conservative legislators to 14.
Casey Urlacher, a Republican candidate for the State Senate in the 26th District, recently has come under fire in a mailer that alleges he has close links to the Democratic Party, including to prolific Democratic Party campaign donors.
To review road rehabilitation issues, traffic concerns, speed signage and regular agenda items, the Libertyville Board of Trustees Streets Committee convened at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Village Hall at 118 W. Cook Ave.