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Four Cook County Judges you should watch out for

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Four Cook County Judges you should watch out for

Opinion: Four Cook County Judges you should watch out for The politics of judicial retentions: Why you should look hard at all of the judges running for re-election, ignore the politicians and the legal bar associations and instead remember those names who surface during the year and vote against their retention. One of the judges…

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Trump’s COVID-19 infection makes re-election uncertain

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Trump’s COVID-19 infection makes re-election uncertain

Trump’s COVID-19 infection makes re-election uncertain President Trump’s illness with coronavirus exposes an election soft spot that could cost him the Nov. 3, 2020 General election. Trump was treated by the newest antibiotic treatments that are not available to the general public. And, when he did get COVID-19, he didn’t turn to using hydroxychloroquine which he…

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Orland Township and Secretary of State cut ribbon on new service facility

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Orland Township and Secretary of State cut ribbon on new service facility

Orland Township and Secretary of State cut ribbon on new service facility Orland Township Supervisor Paul O’Grady and Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White officially opened the new Secretary of State Service facility that was pushed out of Orland Park Village Hall by Mayor Keith Pekau. The move by O’Grady and White keeps the important…

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Ray Hanania on Politics Podcast: Factors in the Trump-Biden election battle

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Ray Hanania on Politics Podcast: Factors in the Trump-Biden election battle

Ray Hanania on Politics Podcast: Factors in the Trump-Biden election battle Veteran former Chicago City Hall reporter and columnist Ray Hanania looks at the factors that will decide the presidential election battle between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden in his podcast at “Ray Hanania on Politics.” Season 2 Episode 8 Oct….

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Illinois Health officials announce highest one-day COVID-19 totals – 4,015 new cases

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Illinois Health officials announce highest one-day COVID-19 totals – 4,015 new cases

Illinois Health officials announce highest one-day COVID-19 totals – 4,015 new cases Orland Park, one of many of Illinois’ pandemic-challenged communities, sees spike in Coronavirus infections but takes no action to address the continued COVID-19 infection rate as infections grow throughout the state. At leads the State is trying to take action The Illinois Department…

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Is Judge Demacopoulos seeking revenge against her critics?

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Is Judge Demacopoulos seeking revenge against her critics?

Is Judge Demacopoulos seeking revenge against her critics? Anna Helen Demacopoulos, a Cook County Judge seeking retention criticized for having the highest number of rulings reversed, is allegedly lobbying against support of nonprofit voter education efforts regarding judicial retention. Issue trying to get revenge against her critics? By Ray Hanania Anna Helen Demacopoulos, a Cook…

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