State Sen. Craig Wilcox (R-McHenry) says in light of a recent report that Illinois state and local governments waste $100 million annually, lawmakers need to refocus spending on issues that bring tangible improvements.
Endorsement: Daily Herald recommends Wilcox over Mahady in Illinois Senate District 32
Craig Wilcox, a District 32 candidate for the Illinois Senate, says a triple threat of high taxes, underemployment and bleak prospects are driving residents to leave the state.
McHenry, Illinois – September 28, 2018 - Senator Pamela Althoff announced today that she endorsed Craig Wilcox to be appointed as her replacement as the State Senator representing the 32nd District and for his campaign for the seat in the November 6th election.
Former Sen. Pamela Althoff recently endorsed Republican Senate candidate Craig Wilcox and said the retired Air Force colonel places “service to our community before himself."
Illinois Republican Senate candidate Craig Wilcox celebrated the Air Force’s 71st birthday with a social media post honoring that branch of the armed services.
Craig Wilcox, the Republican candidate for the 32nd Senate District, believes a mileage tax would only harm the state and its residents.
Joining 50 other legislators who have declined state-funded pensions, 32nd state Senate District candidate Craig Wilcox pledged last month to refuse a pension if elected in November.
Craig Wilcox fears the worse may be yet to come in regard to Illinois’ shrinking population. “The property taxes that Lake and McHenry County residents have to pay are outrageous."
“How do we tell [future employees] that we expect them to enter into a pension system that has every likelihood of being insolvent by the time they choose to enter into retirement?"
A 401(k)-style pension system for newly hired teachers is the remedy Col. Craig Wilcox, a Republican candidate for Illinois state Senate, recommends to combat the practice of pension spiking.
Craig Wilcox laments nothing has changed in the year since lawmakers in Springfield joined forces to override a veto by Gov. Bruce Rauner in order to enact a 32 percent state income tax hike,
Republican state Senate candidate Craig Wilcox is calling for quick action by lawmakers to correct the state’s pension crisis.
Republican Senate candidate Craig Wilcox is calling for the resignation of Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino as talk of his now-defunct campaign committee's violation of campaign finance rules continues to percolate.
The state is no better off now, a year after the record-breaking income tax hike pushed through by the Democrat-controlled Illinois General Assembly and there appears to be no end in sight, a McHenry County board member running for state Senate said during a recent interview.
Failure of a progressive-tax constitutional amendment is good news for Illinois taxpayers who must remain vigilant of any similar attempts by lawmakers in Springfield, a McHenry County board member running for state Senate said during a recent interview.
Craig Wilcox said the latest bad news about Illinois' property tax crisis is all on the state's current lawmakers in Springfield.
With recent census data showing Chicago's population shrank for the third year in a row, a McHenry County board member running for state Senate said the cause isn't difficult to find.
Craig Wilcox reasons the tenor of the people tells you everything you need to know about the condition of the troubled state of Illinois.
Craig Wilcox is at a loss to understand why state lawmakers don’t make more of a collective effort to aid small business owners across the state given how crucial they are to the overall success of the economy.