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New state Rep. Darren Bailey’s view of Gov. J.B. Pritzker is almost as complicated as the job of putting Illinois back on stable financial footing has proven to be.
State Rep. Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) says he isn’t the least bit surprised that private-sector business owners are avoiding Illinois.
Newly elected state Rep. Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) says he hoped to see more signs of resistance to the Springfield establishment building by now.
State Rep.-elect Darren Bailey says the hopes he brewing scandal involving Chicago Ald. Ed Burke serves as a teaching moment for state lawmakers everywhere.
State Rep.-elect Darren Bailey of Xenia insists he’s willing to do what he says no other lawmaker in Springfield seems willing to.
As Illinois continues to lose residents, state Rep.-elect Darren Bailey says he always feared that things would come to this.
State Rep.-elect Darren Bailey, a Republican from Xenia, doesn't believe Gov. Bruce Rauner's latest comments about the gubernatorial election.
State Rep.-elect Darren Bailey of Xenia thinks it’s time every lawmaker in Springfield take a stand on what he sees as the driver of so many of the state’s most pressing issues—its pension system.
Newly elected to the Illinois House of Representatives, Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) is among the growing number of GOP lawmakers calling for the resignation of Rep. Stephanie Kifowit (D-Aurora) in the wake of her chamber-floor attack on colleague Peter Breen.
State Rep.-elect Darren Bailey marked his official Springfield arrival by holding steady to a main promise of his campaign.
Darren Bailey hopes his rise to state representative in the 109th District will bridge the gap between the two states he believes Illinois has become.
Darren Bailey wants voters to look beyond themselves when they head to the polls Tuesday.
Darren Bailey sees J.B. Pritzker resorting to the only solution Democrats ever turn to, no matter the situation.
Darren Bailey has long been seeking answers to the questions everyone else now seems to be asking.
Darren Bailey believes there’s always a method to House Speaker Mike Madigan’s maddening way of doing business.
Darren Bailey is in full support of Gov. Bruce Rauner’s new ad warning Illinois voters this November’s election could be the “last chance” to save the state.
“Anyone else would be in jail now for tax evasion,” GOP House candidate Darren Bailey told the SE Illinois News. “I believe J.B. Pritzker is a crook only looking out for his own interests, and voters in Illinois need to wake up to that.”
Since it was announced in May, a plan floated by the Chicago Federal Reserve to create a statewide residential property tax-- adding another $2,500 per year to the bill of a $250,000 Illinois home-- has been furiously, publicly opposed by Republicans across the state.
Darren Bailey believes the dysfunction is Springfield is forcing people into life-altering decisions they never envisioned having to make for themselves.
With November’s general election weeks away, Darren Bailey isn’t surprised by reports of House Speaker Mike Madigan seeking to deceive voters.