State Senator Darren Bailey (R-Louisville) has released the following statement following the mask mandate for K-12 schools announced today: [Read more...]
Mike & Valinda Rowe of Enfield, along with Justin James of Carmi, are the volunteer coordinators for Senator Darren Bailey’s gubernatorial run for 2022. [Read more...]
Elected in 2018, first term representative Darren Bailey of the 109th Illinois district made headlines over the state when he challenged IL governor JB Pritzker several times in court over his continued executive orders locking down the state of Illinois this past year. [Read more...]
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LOUISVILLE…State Rep. Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) is opposed to the decision this week to cancel the Illinois House Fall session by Speaker Madigan. This decision appears to be more about a political strategy than a health concern. [Read more...]
State Rep. Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) reports that for the second year running, he is returning money back to the taxpayers from his legislative allotment. [Read more...]
Today in Clay County Court, Thomas DeVore, Attorney for Darren Bailey, filed a Verified Petition for Adjudication of Indirect Civil Contempt against J.B. Pritzker, Governor of Illinois. The decision of the Clay County Judge Michael McHaney on July 2, 2020 found that the governor no longer had any executive order authority with regards to the Covid-19 crisis. He has continued to declare them anyway, disregarding the judge's decision. [Read more...]
Springfield, IL… State Representative Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) reacts to Gov. Pritzker’s move to transfer the Bailey lawsuit against his Executive Orders to federal court: [Read more...]
The Illinois General Assembly voted to remove Representative Darren Bailey from the Assembly floor yesterday for refusing to wear a mask in violation of a new Assembly rule. The rule requiring mask-wearing on the assembly floor was passed Wednesday morning with a 91-12 vote. Upon Representative Darren Bailey's refusal to wear a mask during the Assembly, the Illinois legislators voted to evict Bailey from the meeting on a vote of 81-27. The photo below shows the arrangements made for the legislators to meet.
The Assembly is meeting in a downtown Springfield convention center to allow for "social distancing" which is obviously well in effect.