Michael Strick, Republican candidate for District 84 of the Illinois House of Representatives, said his campaign so far has seen him speaking with constituents about representation in the state and the terms state officials serve.
Republican candidate Heidi Holan (District 46) recently conveyed a high level of discomfort with a Democratic proposal that would burden Illinois citizens and continue to enable poor fiscal management at top levels of state government.
Illinois State Senate candidate Michelle Smith has been busy. In the midst of campaigning for a seat in the state Senate for District 49, the Republican has been occupied with something close to her heart: education.
The Board of Trustees of the Village of Lombard, Illinois will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 5 to discuss several ordinances and a modification of the fee schedule pertaining to certain zoning and subdivision related petitions and applications.
Illinois Senate President John Cullerton’s proposal to tax Illinois drivers based on road usage may generate more revenue to maintain the state’s roads, but such a complex task may prove immensely difficult to implement and sustain.