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Citizen Action/Illinois Releases Illinois State Legislative Scorecard

Date: 
02/28/2012

 

Citizen Action/Illinois is proud to announce the release of its Illinois State Legislative Scorecard.  Follow the link below to read the entire scorecard:

 

Citizen Action/Illinois Announces Endorsement of President Barack Obama

Date: 
02/10/2012

For Immediate Release                                          February 10, 2012

Contact: Lynda DeLaforgue                              312-427-2114 X202 

 

McNary spearheads Clean Elections Report

Date: 
01/27/2012

 

Citizen Action/Illinois Co-Director William McNary served on Illinois' Campaign Finance Reform Task Force and spearheaded the group's report on Public Financing of Elections, "Clean Elections."

Read the report below:

 

Ill. task force on campaign reform offers public financing options, says public trust at stake

Date: 
12/15/2011

From The Associated Press:

First Posted: December 15, 2011 - 1:43 pm
Last Updated: December 15, 2011 - 4:11 pm

Congratulations to Victorious CA/IL-Endorsed Candidates!

Date: 
04/06/2011

 

Congratulations to Citizen Action/Illinois-endorsed candidates who won in the 2010 Chicago municipal election!

 

Citizen Action/Illinois Announces Endorsements for Municipal Election

Date: 
01/19/2011

 

The Political Committee of Citizen Action/Illinois met Saturday, January 15th and endorsed the following candidates in the 2011 City of Chicago Municipal Elections:

For City Clerk: Susana Mendoza  

For City Treasurer: Stephanie Neely

For Aldermen:

Citizen Action/Illinois Releases Landmark Public Interest Voter Guide For Supreme Court Justices

Date: 
09/20/2010

SPRINGFIELD - Citizen Action/Illinois today released a landmark voter guide to help inform Illinois voters on the public interest records of three Supreme Court Justices up for retention on the November 2nd ballot.  To assist in the research for the voter guide project, Citizen Action/Illinois called upon Professor Walter Kendall III of the John Marshall Law School of Chicago.