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State GOP Members In Support Of Gay Marriage Facing Threats From Party

AP | SARA BURNETT | Posted 05.08.2013 | Chicago

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Two Illinois Republicans are finding out that for all the talk nationally of the GOP becoming more inclusive and appealing t...

Push for IL GOP Chair's Ouster Goes Far Beyond Gay Marriage Dustup

Doug Ibendahl | Posted 05.01.2013 | Chicago
Doug Ibendahl

Illinois Republicans are today hobbled by a weak leader more concerned with appeasement than winning. The good news is that some Republicans are finally finding a spine.

Joe Walsh: Gay Marriage-Supporting State GOP Chairman Should Quit

Posted 02.22.2013 | Chicago

Forget feuding with Democrats — ex-Illinois Congressman and tea party-favorite Joe Walsh can't seem to stop sparring with leaders of his own party. ...

State GOP Blasts Its Own Leader For Supporting Gay Marriage

Posted 01.12.2013 | Chicago

For refusing to toe the party line over same-sex marriage in Illinois, state GOP Chairman Pat Brady is now facing an intra-party backlash with some Re...

Are These Republicans Nuts?

Doug Ibendahl | Posted 01.20.2013 | Chicago
Doug Ibendahl

Apparently some Illinois Republicans didn't get the memo. Two weeks ago women went to the polls and sent a message that the GOP has a major problem. So now some Republicans are targeting a female GOP leader and no one else.

Illinois GOP Unveils Hispanic Outreach Strategy

Doug Ibendahl | Posted 01.20.2013 | Chicago
Doug Ibendahl

When you're a Republican in Illinois, sometimes all you can do is laugh. So here goes.

Why Aaron Schock Will Never Be Governor of Illinois

Doug Ibendahl | Posted 01.16.2013 | Chicago
Doug Ibendahl

If a guy can't even get the simple stuff within a shrinking party organization of which he is a part, why would we possibly trust him with the government of an entire state -- especially one as large and important as Illinois?

When Pat Brady and Reince Priebus Pushed Out a Party Chair

Doug Ibendahl | Posted 01.13.2013 | Politics
Doug Ibendahl

What a difference two years makes. The 2010 midterm election was one of the most successful in the history of the GOP.