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Media - Illinois Governor JB PritzkerMENU Media In the News Social Media In the News February 19, 2020 Gov. J.B. Pritzker Signs $15 Min. Wage Increase Into Law Illinois became the first state in the Midwest Tuesday to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Read Article February 5, 2020 Gov. Pritzker Announces $50 Million For Statewide Broadband Expansion Gov. Pritzker announced today that the state of Illinois will be releasing $50 million in funding for the first round of matching grants of Connect Illinois, the state’s $420 million statewide broadband expansion. Read Article January 29, 2020 Pritzker touts accomplishments, condemns corruption in State of the State address Gov. JB Pritzker says Illinois is growing stronger each day with financial stability and bipartisanship. Read Article January 24, 2020 Gov. Pritzker Signs Bill Capping Insulin Costs Governor JB Pritzker, D-Illinois, put pen to paper on Friday to help stop the rising costs of insulin. Read Article January 14, 2020 Pritzker hopes to build on 1st-year accomplishments On January 14, 2020, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker celebrates one year in office. ‘I ran on big ideas,’ Pritzker said, reflecting on his four-year term. Read Article December 22, 2019 ‘We got a lot done’: Gov. JB Pritzker discusses first year in office 2019 was a big year for Gov. JB Pritzker. Read Article December 22, 2019 Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker looks back on accomplishments, shortcomings of 1st year in office Illinois’ freshman governor, JB Pritzker, is wrapping up his first year in office with a stack of accomplishments on his resume… Read Article October 19, 2019 More Families Now Eligible For Child Care Assistance Program Illinois leaders have increased the eligibility limit for the state’s Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) in a change that took effect Tuesday. Read Article VIEW ARCHIVE JB on Social As one of the most diverse states in the nation—economically, racially, and geographically—Illinois stands ready to take a more prominent role in determining the Democratic nominee for president. TWITTER 3 46 Paid For Seen this ad? It's paid for by the same Republican group who brought you Donald Trump. But why are they attacking Governor Pritzker? Because he's calling out the president's failed leadership. Don't believe their lies. State legislators will not be getting raises. It's Governor Pritzker who worked to pass a bipartisan budget, finding common ground on... YOUTUBE 87 0 0 I agree that after the issues of 2020, Iowa should no longer be anywhere near the front of our nominating process. I support Nevada and South Carolina’s efforts, but we must ensure that a Midwestern state is a key part of this conversation.… TWITTER 3 30 Getting Things Done This is a false attack. This is a governor getting things done. The truth is state legislators will not be getting raises. It's Governor Pritzker who worked to pass a bipartisan budget, making education a priority, expanding access to health care, and finding common ground with Republicans on issues like investing in our state's infrastructure. And he's worked night and day to help Illinois... YOUTUBE 79 2 1 Buff Carmichael spent his life making Illinois a better place for all. He was a fearless voice for equality and a mobilizing force in the LGBTQ community always fighting for a more just world. My deepest sympathies to his family and close friends as we all mourn Buff’s passing.… TWITTER 4 17 JB Pritzker: "Election Day" YOUTUBE 18 2 1 There is a clear difference between political correctness & hate. Calling out racist dog whistling that costs Asians & Asian Americans their lives isn’t political correctness—it’s the basic responsibility of being a decent human being, much less a representative of public trust.… TWITTER 21 77 Juliana Stratton: "Your Voice is Important" YOUTUBE 8 1 2 I’m with her.… TWITTER 14 114 JB Pritzker: "Vote" YOUTUBE 47 0 4 Congratulations to Congresswoman @RobinLynneKelly on her election as the first Black woman elected Chair of the Democratic Party of Illinois, I look forward to a successful 2022 election year for Democrats across the state and up and down the ballot. TWITTER 16 63 JB Pritzker: "Voting is Important" YOUTUBE 28 1 6 Mail-in ballots have just started to arrive so make sure you make a plan to vote here: TWITTER 0 5 JB Pritzker: "Packetland" YOUTUBE 10 0 2 I’m proud to endorse @DanielBiss for Mayor of Evanston! Daniel has a bold progressive agenda for the city of Evanston, and I look forward to working alongside him to get big things done for Evanstonians. TWITTER 7 57 SHOW MORE Download Logo Download Headshot Media Contact: Meet JB Meet Juliana Media Paid for by JB for Governor Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy
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Making Government Work - Illinois Governor JB PritzkerMENU Making Government Work Before JB became governor, for over two years a dysfunctional state government couldn’t even pass a budget. Services were cut, schools suffered, and families throughout the state paid the price because of a governor who didn’t get the job done. Under JB’s leadership, he worked with the legislature to pass a bipartisan state budget that restored critical funding for education, as well as for job training and mental health programs. His efforts are stabilizing the state’s finances and putting us on the path to success. This year, JB continued that progress by putting in place a budget that protected healthcare, education, and public safety while dealing with a global pandemic. Passed a balanced, bipartisan budget that begins to pay down debts from the prior Administration Improved our bond outlook to “stable” for the first time in years Passed a public safety pension consolidation bill to help lower property taxes and reduce future budget pressure Reduced state pension liabilities with an employee pension buyout program Help Spread the Word    Read more about our progress in Illinois Putting Illinois on the Path to Fiscal Health I signed a balanced budget that stabilized our economy and advanced a Fair Tax amendment to make millionaires and billionaire pay their fair share. READ MORE Supporting Businesses and Our Economy As an entrepreneur and job creator, I’ve made improving Illinois’ business climate a top priority. READ MORE Protecting Illinois Families I’m proud of our efforts to improve public safety, protect our environment, and protect families from inhumane policies that undermine our shared values. READ MORE READ MORE Meet JB Meet Juliana Media Paid for by JB for Governor Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy
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Internships - Illinois Governor JB PritzkerMENU Become an intern JB for Governor Fall Internship Program Join the JB for Governor campaign as a student intern! Tell us about yourself, why you’d like to join, and let us know when you’re available. Student internships are a great way to volunteer for the campaign while you’re in school, or on break, and gain valuable experience in political organizing in Illinois. We’d love your help electing JB, so let us know that you’re in! This paid internship is an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of a grassroots, statewide campaign. Internships are available in the areas of policy, research, organizing, political outreach, press and digital communications, and operations. Interns will work under the close supervision of staff. If you are tired of politics as usual and are frustrated with Governor Rauner’s agenda…then change can start with you. If you would like to apply to be an Organizing Fellow, the application can be found here. Applicants must meet the following requirements: Currently enrolled as a full or part-time student. Proof of enrollment is required. Availability to work a minimum of 15 hours a week. Interest in politics and desire to advance a progressive, Democratic agenda in Illinois. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with short deadlines. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and have ability to work within team. Ability to handle sensitive and/or confidential information with discretion and common sense. Interns can receive school credit depending on degree requirements. ***JB for Governor provides equal opportunity in its internship and fellowship programs and it is our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote and administer such programs without regard to race, color, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or parental status, creed, national origin, citizenship status, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, ancestry, genetic information, military service, veteran’s status or any other protected category under local, state, or federal law. JB for Governor will not tolerate any unlawful discrimination and any such conduct is strictly prohibited.*** First Name* Last Name* Email Address** Zip Code** Phone DEPARTMENT* Department* Policy Research Organizing Political Outreach Press Digital Operations SUBMIT A RESUME* Tell us about yourself* * denotes required field Meet JB Meet Juliana Media Paid for by JB for Governor Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy
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