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IL Lawmakers Move to Preserve Some Net Neutrality

On Thursday morning, State Senator Kwame Raoul joined a group of advocates and lawmakers in support of a new bill in Illinois that would preserve some of the internet protections recently removed by the Trump administration. The FCC earlier this year executed an order repealing net neutrality,  freeing service providers, known as ISPs, to slow down […]

Citizenship Question Threatens the Integrity of the Census

On Thursday morning leaders from Indivisible Chicago, the ACLU of Illinois, the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, and Asian Americans Advancing Justice joined Illinois State Sen. Kwame Raoul and State Rep. Ann Williams, in opposing the U.S. Commerce Department’s decision to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census. Last month Raoul and Williams introduced a […]

Look Up Your Voting Location Here!

Don’t know where to vote? Worried that you didn’t register? Not sure what districts, wards or commissioners that you are voting on? All these answers and more are just one click away on the the State Board of Elections website. We need all the support we can get to make sure that Kwame Raoul wins […]

Supporting Women’s Rights at the March and Every Day

Kwame proudly joined the Women’s March on January 20, 2018 to show his commitment to support issues concerning women. Throughout his legislative career he has emphasizes the importance of protecting women from domestic violence and sexual assault and harassment. He’s supported legislation that promotes equal opportunity for women in all aspects of life from the […]

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