Evidence from Connecticut suggests the progressive income tax could cost Illinois homeowners substantial equity in their homes.View Report
Increased early voting, younger poll workers and masks are the trend amid the COVID-19 crisis
This is an unprecedented year for voting in Illinois, thanks to COVID-19 and new voting laws. Here are some of the most common questions.
Illinoisans can work elections through numerous positions from election judges to polling place technicians
The amendment’s ballot language misleads voters about what a graduated income tax would do if passed Nov. 3 in Illinois.
With more people this year voting by mail or voting early, it’s more important than ever to verify your vote was counted.
State lawmakers across the country have struggled to square ballot secrecy with the advent of smartphones and social media.
Fewer people want to live in states with progressive income taxes. So after 6 straight years of population loss, why would Illinois want to join them?
Senate Bill 63 would make signature requirements to get on the ballot uniform for all candidates.
City Council violates procedural rules and plays political games to put popular, but toothless, measures on the ballot and protect the mayor and bureaucrats from any real challenges to their power.