"The People deserve to know the story of how and why I was charged with judicial misconduct, as well as with “fake” crimes–truly, the People must know this entire story,
wherever it may lead. It will unfold in detail during my campaign for State's Attorney."
If you’re wondering how widespread Illinois’ problems really are, check out the below chart based on U.S. Census data. It shows that 93 of the state’s 102 counties have shrunk since 2010. Illinois’ population dropped by 100,000 people between 2010 and 2018 and few of the state’s counties have been spared.
Hope born of the realization that despite all the negative publicity, it really was a Wonderful County, and the power to change the current course of events comes from within–within him and all who think alike.
It’s been a long time coming, but public officials in Illinois are finally being called to account for their decades of egregious self-dealing. Members of the Madigan mob aren’t getting automatic passes anymore, and even small fry like former Wood River Drainage and Levee District treasurer Jamie Butkovich have been brought up on charges.
SEIU’s political action committees gave $113,200 to Friends of Michael J. Madigan – the same election committee the longtime Illinois House speaker used to pay legal fees in a sexual harassment lawsuit against his organization.