RFI senior advisor David Melton spoke to the Chicago Tribune about Chicago’s ex-mayors’ police protection. Read the article here.
RFI Policy Director Alisa Kaplan spoke to WGN TV about recent questions raised about Illinois senator Martin Sandoval’s side businesses. Watch the WGN segment here.
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RFI Policy Director Alisa Kaplan is quoted in this Chicago Sun-Times editorial about campaign donations to embattled Illinois senator Martin Sandoval from companies associated with the transportation industry, which Senator Sandoval held sway over as chair of the powerful Senate…
“‘We want to know who is seated at that table,” said Alisa Kaplan, policy director of the Reform for Illinois watchdog group… If we’re going to know whether Mayor Lightfoot is living up to her campaign promises about how her…
“Illinois Sunshine reports that over the last several months she has made political contributions to the campaigns of Illinois State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot…” View Full Article
“AFSCME Council 31 spent $5.4 million in campaign donations from 2013 to 2017, according to Illinois State Board of Elections data. From June 27 to as recently as March 28, AFSCME Council 31’s political action committee has spent $2,375,335 on…
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