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Cheap seats good enough for Governor Quinn

QuinnatSox

Seems as if Governor Pat Quinn doesn’t mind the nosebleed section at a White Sox game. 

Rauner anti-tax? Ummm, not so fast

StateDebt

GOP gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner says he’s an anti-tax candidate, but hasn’t been able to explain how he’ll cut taxes and spend more on education if he inherits an already cash-strapped state government.

Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon on SCOTUS ruling

Police Officers Memorial

Have you seen Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon’s piece from the Chicago Sun-Times about the problems created with the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby ruling?

Cheap seats good enough for Governor Quinn

QuinnatSox

Seems as if Governor Pat Quinn doesn’t mind the nosebleed section at a White Sox game.  Read more

Rauner anti-tax? Ummm, not so fast

StateDebt

GOP gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner says he’s an anti-tax candidate, but hasn’t been able to explain how he’ll cut taxes and spend more on education if he inherits an already cash-strapped state government. Read more

Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon on SCOTUS ruling

Police Officers Memorial

Have you seen Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon’s piece from the Chicago Sun-Times about the problems created with the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby ruling? Read more

Meet this year’s IDW award recipients

Meet these outstanding women who were recognized for their contribution and support to the political process and supporting women in government.  Read more

Special guests add to convention success

JillMorgenthalerSpeaking

The 42nd IDW convention was well-attended and enjoyed by all. Thanks to Kate Jennings for providing a Shutterfly link to photos highlighting the events. Read more

Hear these exciting speakers at the annual convention

KarenYarbrough

You’ll find out how to fight the Republlican “noise machine,” learn about how to present compelling messages, getting young people engaged in the political process, and get the diversity dialogue going. Read more

Long Overdue: The Paycheck Fairness Act

Lauren Beth Gash

by the Hon. Lauren Beth Gash

When President Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act in 1935, it was a first step. Read more

Proposed By-Laws changes for membership review

ByLaws

The IDW board is considering some changes to the organization’s By-Laws, which you can take a look at here.  Read more