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Governor Quinn Must Step In Chicago State University Affairs.

Posted March 14, 2013 by Hermene Hartman

Havoc, confusion, chaos, power plays, conflict are words to describe the state of affairs at Chicago State University.  The drama played out Friday, March 1, in a special board meeting, when the board was scheduled to terminate Dr. Wayne Watson.   The public meeting opened to a crowd of students, community activists, professors, politicians and the […]

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The State of Illinois Has A New Governor

Posted November 14, 2014 by Hermene Hartman

The State of Illinois has a new Governor. Republican Bruce Rauner won 
with 51 percent of the vote. Incumbent Governor Pat Quinn lost with 46
percent of the vote. Rauner accepted victory on election night before
Quinn conceded the next day. Here are 12 reasons why Rauner won and is the new Governor, and for the sake […]

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The Blackmocrats

Posted June 8, 2014 by Hermene Hartman

During the past primary election in March, I provided professional outreach services to Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner to meet and have dialogue with various sections of the Black community. My advocacy was controversial. Chicago Sun-Times writer Michael Sneed called and asked if it were true. Sun-Times “columnist” (a term I use loosely) Neil Steinberg […]

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