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Governor Bruce Rauner is on a campaign tour visiting businesses across the state. He made stops Tuesday in the Chicago, Moline, Rockford, and Peoria.
Federal election law requires states to keep accurate and up-to-date voter registration rolls. But one tool to help them do so is at the center of a partisan debate. In Illinois, many Democrats are calling on the state Board of Elections to stop participation in the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program, or Crosscheck, for short. Hear Jim Meadows report for Illinois Public Media (Nov. 14, 2017) Illinois is one of about 28 states that share voter registration data with Crosscheck,...
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Former Vice President Joe Biden, in an interview that aired on Wednesday's Morning Edition , says that he has no plans to run for president in 2020 but that it would be "foolish" to rule it out entirely. Biden also responds to a new book by Donna Brazile, the former interim head of the Democratic National Committee. She wrote that after Hillary Clinton suffered a fainting spell on the campaign trail, Brazile considered replacing her as the nominee in favor of Biden. The former vice president...
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