Governor Pat Quinn asked the federal government to add 16 Illinois counties to a recent federal disaster declaration for 11 counties hit by flooding. Full story
Politics has long been a family business in Illinois, a place where who you know — and who you're related to — matters more than most. But the family drama shaping up around the next governor's race adds a new layer of intrigue in a Capitol already grappling with huge financial problems. Full story
Gov. Pat Quinn, Governor of Illinois, explains how much his state stands to lose if Congress allows the country to go over the "fiscal cliff."
"We're in first place and we're going to stay in first place," says Gov. Pat Quinn, (D-IL), discussing President Obama's agenda for the next four years.
Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., and Gov. Pat Quinn, D-Ill., join Morning Joe to discuss the political fight for Virginia. President Obama is currently leading Mitt Romney 49 percent to 45 percent, according to the latest Quinnipiac/NYT/CBS News poll.
This year’s drought covers more square miles than any in the last 50 years, expanding dramatically in the past 12 weeks. In Illinois, where the drought has broken records, Gov. Pat Quinn announced the state would be assisting farmers and residents in impacted areas. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles reports.
Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., and Gov. Pat Quinn, D-Ill., join Morning Joe to discuss the 2012 presidential election from both sides of the aisle. Schock says the GOP is not dysfunctional and that his money is on Romney to win in November. Quinn discusses how the president is helping job growth in Illi
Team Canada head coach Pat Quinn talks with associate coaches Jacques Martin
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn delivers his State of the State address to the joint session of the General Assembly in the House Chambers of the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Illinois February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Sarah Conard
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn speaks at a news conference on Wednesday, July 11, 2012, in Chicago, before he signed a bill ending the policy of letting lawmakers hand out college scholarships, a practice that has produced repeated accusations of misconduct.