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.
Retired Air Force Col. Craig Wilcox sees his no-nonsense nature as being just the right strategy for rescuing Illinois from its long-existing doldrums.
Craig Wilcox wants to bring back to Illinois politics the level of honor he’s always prided himself on standing for.
Craig Wilcox said the recent harassment controversy goes beyond just the speaker's case.
If elected as a state senator, McHenry County board member Craig Wilcox said he will immediately address out-migration.
McHenry County Board member Craig Wilcox said Illinois' exodus statistics are stunning.
McHenry County Board member Craig Wilcox is officially vying for the Senate District 32 seat held by Sen. Pamela Althoff (R-McHenry), who decided to not seek re-election.
Township government in Illinois should support an amendment to an existing bill that would allow taxpayers to implement property tax freezes via referendum, McHenry County Board member Craig Wilcox told the Lake County Gazette recently.
Creating an electoral majority through mapmaking goes against the basic premise that voters in America select their representatives, Craig Wilcox contends.
Col. Craig Wilcox isn't going to let incumbent politicians hide the way a gas tax is hidden in Illinois' new state budget, he said in response to an ABC News Chicago affiliate report.
Retired Air Force Col. Craig Wilcox prides himself on understanding the meaning of leadership and the weight that positions of authority bring with them, especially when it comes to his state and its people.
Retired Air Force Colonel and current McHenry County Board Member Craig Wilcox announces his intent to run for Senate District 32.
Republican Senate candidate Craig Wilcox believes a self-serving political culture and failed state leadership are behind the state’s failing grade for its business climate