Senger gets NFIB endorsement, Dold gets Rothenburg upgrade
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The Facebook candidate's path to Congress - RGA releases new Michigan ad
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Can 'Particle Fever' Make Funding Science Fun?
"Particle Fever," a documentary about physicists and the particle theories they love, captures a compelling and dramatic episode of modern science.
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Congressman Bill Foster Explains Why Middle Class Tax Cuts Lead to Economic Growth
Washington, DC, Friday, April 4, 2014 -- Today, Congressman Bill Foster spoke on the House floor against H.R. 1874, which would direct the Congressional Budget Office to selectively use dynamic scoring in its analyses of tax and budget legislation.
House approves 'dynamic' scoring
The House approved a bill Friday that would require "dynamic" scoring of major legislation before it comes up for a vote.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture visits CenterPoint
Joining Vilsak on a tour of the facilities were State Rep. Larry Walsh Jr., Joliet Mayor Tom Giarrante, DeLong Company export sales manager Brandon Bickham, U.S. Representative Bill Foster, Frank Halpin, Will County Executive Larry Walsh, Kankakee County Board Chairman Mike Bossert and Speaker of the Will County Board Herb Brooks Jr. Illinois ... (more)
Illinois Democrats use redistricting to dominate
SPRINGFIELD – Republican congressional candidate Bobby Schilling is running against two opponents in the November election - one an incumbent congresswoman and the other a map of electoral districts favoring Illinois Democrats.
U S Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack Stops in Will County to Talk Farm Bill,...
U S Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack says the recent passing of the long awaiting new federal farm bill will hopefully help this country's farming community, especially the livestock producers, when it comes to disaster relief.
Race is on: Senger in place to battle Foster for 11th District seat
No matter which way the political winds blow in November's midterm elections, one thing is certain: Naperville will still have a hometown voice in the U.S. House.