Working-age Illinois Residents Are Fleeing the State Amid Debt Crisis

An Illinois Policy Institute analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data found that Illinois’s working-age population declined by 41,000 from July 2016 to July 2017, even though the United States’ prime working-age population grew by almost 450,000 over the same time period. The state also saw slower population growth in every working-age population category, which includes people between the ages of 25-54.

Newly Arrived New Hampshire Resident, Dem Candidate to Attend Fundraisers in Illinois

Maura Sullivan, an Illinois native turned Washington, D.C. insider who is now running for Congress in New Hampshire, is attending two fundraisers in Illinois over the next few weeks alongside former President Barack Obama’s senior strategist David Axelrod and other wealthy donors.