Chairman Tim Schneider riled up the crowd of Illinois delegates at a breakfast Monday morning in Cleveland, vowing that Illinois would work to elect Donald Trump in November.
Breakfast for Illinois delegates at the Republican National Convention on Monday opened with a moment of silence for the police officers killed in shootings in Baton Rouge on Sunday and Dallas earlier this month.
The latest report from Chicago’s inspector general gives a nod to ongoing efforts to reform the Chicago Police Department, but warns the process must not be rushed and community members must not be excluded.
After declaring they were in lockstep with Donald Trump, the Illinois Republican delegation spent Monday afternoon and evening with a high-profile Republican who has vowed not to support him.
Chicago’s animal control department could soon be treating urban coyotes as beneficial predators instead of potentially dangerous pests.
Several high-profile Illinois Republicans are skipping the convention in Cleveland. But perhaps the highest ranking member of the Illinois congressional delegation, U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam of suburban Wheaton, is in Cleveland.