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The Case for Pushing Back the Illinois Primary
News & Issues
The Chicago Teachers Union’s heir apparent sees herself as a righteous champion of not just educators but of students. And she’s not about to let anyone stand in her way. Including the mayor. Read more
The state chooses its candidates earlier than any other state — making it feel as though politics never ends. Read more
What gives her an edge? She's a veteran, a suburbanite, and a Hotel California fan. Read more

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The state chooses its candidates earlier than any other state — making it feel as though politics never ends. Read more
The Chicago Teachers Union’s heir apparent sees herself as a righteous champion of not just educators but of students. And she’s not about to let anyone stand in her way. Including the mayor. Read more
What gives her an edge? She's a veteran, a suburbanite, and a Hotel California fan. Read more
Seeing Delia Ramirez and Alderman Gilbert Villegas go head to head is a rare opportunity to witness the depth of the Latino diaspora. Read more
Twenty-two counts. Two guys named Mike. One humdinger of an Illinois political corruption case. Read more