(4-17-15) Illinois - Schock's spending troubles haven't gone away since he resigned last month. The former congressman is now facing high legal fees. A Federal Election Commission report shows that Schock still owes a law firm more than $300,000. Also troubling for Schock, several counties are requesting he pay for their special elections to find his replacement in Washington. Former donors are also suing for the return f their campaign contributions.
(4-17-15) Monticello, IL - Ted Cruz has rearranged his schedule a bit. The presidential candidate was scheduled to attend a fundraiser in Monticello Illinois on April 21st. Now the thousand dollar a plate reception has been rescheduled for May 18th and will be hosted by Dr. James and Barbara Kammer in their home. The Cruz campaign said the senator was scheduled for another meeting, which caused the change.