Did you catch Rep. Duckworth’s flip last week where she called for the termination of the Benghazi Select Committee not even 30 days after receiving Hillary Clinton's endorsement? The facts below speak for themselves...
Illinois Republican Party Chairman Tim Schneider today announced the rules and procedures concerning the selection of Delegates and Alternate Delegates to the 2016 Republican National Nominating Convention.
Under rules adopted by the Republican National Committee, Illinois will send 69 Delegates and 66 Alternate Delegates to the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, during the week of July 18, 2016.
"I would like to congratulate Congressman-elect Darin LaHood on his victory in the special election for the 18th Congressional District. Darin will stand up for taxpayers in Central & West Central Illinois by fighting to create jobs, balance the budget, and ensure transparency in government. Darin has a proven record of reform in Springfield, and he will use that experience to push for conservative reforms in Washington, D.C."
Longtime Republican fundraiser and business executive, Bill Strong, will serve as the new Finance Chairman of the Illinois Republican Party. Strong served on Governor Rauner’s campaign exploratory committee and most recently served as the Illinois Finance Chairman of the Republican Governors Association in 2014.
The Illinois Republican Party launched a new digital video titled "Fail" detailing the press coverage resulting from Rep. Duckworth's recent court hearing in Union County. Duckworth is being sued for ethics violations resulting from charges of attempting to silence and retaliate against whistleblowers who were trying to stop veteran abuse in the Anna Veterans Home.