One week until the 2022 Primary
June 28, 2022 is primary election day in Illinois. As of June 17, more than 73,000 Illinoisans had voted by mail and nearly 67,000 more had voted early. That’s just a tiny fraction of the more than 8-million active registered voters in Illinois. Meanwhile, the candidates have been burning through the $5 a gallon gas average, stumping around the state. Former President Donald J. Trump will stump for congressional and gubernatorial candidates in the Quincy area on June 25.
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Reporter who covers Illinois State Government for Lee Enterprises (including Decatur Herald and Review, Bloomington-Normal Pantagraph)
Pence: “I couldn't be more proud to have served in the most pro-life administration in American history.” Mentions three SCOTUS judges confirmed. We may see their impact in coming days w/the high court expected to issue a landmark ruling on the constitutionality of Roe v. Wade. pic.twitter.com/88IKsmPvBK— Brenden Moore (@brendenmoore13) June 20, 2022
Pence takes the stage and tells the crowd, “I’m a Christian, a conservative, and a Republican… in that order.” Pence endorses GOP candidate Esther Joy King in her race to compete for the vacant seat left by US Rep. Cheri Bustos. pic.twitter.com/m3ivCR8SZB— Mark Maxwell (@MarkMaxwellTV) June 20, 2022