JB Pritzker

state of Illinois

Illinois Governor. J.B. Pritzker has ordered the state's residents to remain in their homes except for essential needs, joining similar efforts in California and New York to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Pritzker's order announced Friday will still allow the state's 12.6 million residents to seek essentials including groceries and medicine. 

Pritzker Budget Address

Feb 19, 2020
state of Illinois

On Wednesday, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker gave his budget address to a joint session of the Illinois House and Senate, in Springfield. 

State of Illinois

Wednesday Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker gave his State of the State message to a joint session of the Illinois House and Senate, in Springfield. 

state of Illinois

On Midwest Week, taxes, the budget, and sports betting are just a few of the major issues still facing the Illinois General Assembly, with just one week to go in the spring session.

WVIK News / WVIK Quad Cities NPR

Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker defended his newly proposed graduated income tax plan during a visit to the Quad Cities today. 

Pritzker's First Budget

Mar 1, 2019
State of Illinois

On Midwest Week, in his first budget the governor of Illinois proposes some new revenue and new spending.

Mike Halpin Will Help New Governor

Dec 4, 2018
Rep. Mike Halpin

State Representative Mike Halpin from Rock Island will help the new governor of Illinois with economic development. On Monday, governor-elect. J.B. Pritzker announced the creation of the transition committee on economic opportunity.

Rauner v. Pritzker

Sep 21, 2018

On Midwest Week, early voting starts soon for the November election, and the key race in Illinois this fall is for governor.

WVIK News

Bruce Rauner versus corrupt Democrats from Chicago—that's how Illinois Governor Rauner described the choice between him and his Democratic opponent, JB Pritzker, during a campaign stop in the Quad Cities Monday. 

courtesy of the Dispatch/Argus & QC Online

For the holiday weekend, look forward to races, parades, and politicians in the Quad Cities.