In the second of three installments, Ben Chapman interviews Aaron Ammons, candidate for county clerk, to get Ammons's view on the county clerk's responsibilities and how he plans to address the voting accessibility and integrity issues of the day.
In the first of hopefully three installments, Ben Chapman interviews Matt Grandone, candidate for county clerk, to get Grandone's view on the county clerk's responsibilities and how he plans to address the voting accessibility and integrity issues of the day.
Nicole Anderson Cobb considers voting policies and procedures in Champaign County, and seeks clarification on confusing and misleading information from Champaign County Clerk Gordy Hulten.
We had a chance to sit down with State Senator and Gubernatorial candidate Daniel Biss and discuss his plans for the future of Illinois.
Nicole Anderson Cobb dares us to look closely into the state of our society and see whether we've come as far as we'd like to celebrate.
Rodney Davis has spent his entire political career pretending to be something he's not. At long last, it appears he's come to terms with the sort of representative we've always known him to be. Cameron takes a look at the remarkable honesty of Congressman Rodney Davis.
Cameron looks back on the last year spent being represented by Rodney Davis in Congress, and what it means for 2018.
Nicole Anderson-Cobb, local educator and anti-violence activist, dives into the idea of "taskforcing" racial issues in the community and finds very little honest ado about something very serious.
Almost 70 percent of C-U residents are White; only 35 percent of C-U public schools are White. Are we still fighting integration, or is it just a question of haves and have-nots?
The SECS Political Action Committee shows how Midwestern farming pollutes all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico and provides solutions to reduce our negative impact on our national ecosystem.
As Champaign Central basketball standouts Bailey Dee and Tim Finke prepare to go their separate ways, Champaign high school basketball fans are scratching their heads.
James Manrique sees under-represented groups in Champaign County voting, like students, renters, and low-income voters, as the ticket to creating political change here at home.
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