Senate President Resigning June 30th

Illinois Senate President Christine Radogno announced that she is resigning from the Senate tomorrow.

Governor Bruce Rauner issued the following statement:

Statement on Senate Republican Leader Radogno Resignation

SPRINGFIELD – Governor Bruce Rauner today released the following statement regarding Senate Republican Leader Christine Radogno’s resignation:

“It’s been an honor and a privilege to work alongside Leader Radogno these last two years as we continue to try to improve the lives of the people of Illinois.

She is a consummate professional and public servant, who has championed fiscal responsibility and human services that help our most vulnerable residents. While she will be sorely missed, Diana and I wish her all the best in her future endeavors.

Sen. Althoff releases statement on Leader Radogno’s resignation

Springfield, IL… State Senator Pamela Althoff (R-McHenry) releases the following statement on Republican Leader Christine Radogno’s resignation announcement:

“I have spent many years working alongside Senator Christine Radogno and I can honestly say there is no one more kind, loyal, understanding, or hardworking.

“She is a true public servant. Her dedication to the State of Illinois will never go unrecognized.

“While I am sad to see her go, it was with great pleasure to be a part of her leadership team and I am honored to call her my friend.

“She will undoubtedly be missed.”

Statement on Senate Republican Leader Radogno Resignation

SPRINGFIELD – Lieutenant Governor Sanguinetti today released the following statement regarding Senate Republican Leader Christine Radogno’s resignation:

“Leader Christine Radogno is an honorable and selfless public servant who fights for the best interests of her constituents and all Illinois families. Her collaborative and dedicated nature has been a positive influence on Springfield throughout her years of service. We will all miss her, and I wish Christine and her family all the best.”


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Senate President Resigning June 30th — 7 Comments

  1. Oh that is because she cannot afford to
    Work for nothing like some politiana like rauner

  2. Yet another former freakin social worker that got elected.

    Doesn’t anyone look at someone’s background, before they cast a ballot?

  3. Keep Althoff’s comment in mind when she runs for the County Board in an attempt to work with her soul mate (“round mound”).

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