Office of Governor Pat Quinn
SPRINGFIELD – January 29, 2009. Former Lieutenant Governor Pat Quinn has become the 41st Governor of the State of Illinois, having taken the Oath of Office at 5:40 p.m. on Thursday, January 29, 2009. The Oath of Office was administered by Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke in a brief ceremony in the Chamber of the Illinois House of Representatives.
CHICAGO - January 23, 2009. Lt. Governor Quinn joined with Chicagoland schoolchildren to encourage children and adults across Illinois to create handmade valentines for servicemembers overseas and hospitalized veterans.
CHICAGO – On Saturday, January 17 at 11:00 a.m. in the Logandale Middle School Gymnasium, Lt. Governor Pat Quinn unveiled a memorial plaque in honor of local fallen hero Staff Sgt Jason Vasquez, a Logandale Middle School athlete and graduate.
CHICAGO - January 16, 2009. Lt. Governor Quinn presents the winners of the Chicago Elementary School Netraiser Challenge with a classroom set of low-cost laptops.
CHICAGO - January 16, 2009. Lt. Governor Quinn and chair of the Illinois Reform Commission, former Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Collins, named the members of the Commission.
CHICAGO - January 5, 2009. Lt. Governor Quinn joined with former Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Collins to announce the formation of the Illinois Reform Commission.
CHICAGO - December 30, 2008. Lt. Governor Pat Quinn presented the 2008 Environmental Hero Awards to Illinois residents, schools and groups to honor their commitment to the Land of Lincoln's environmental well-being.
CHICAGO - December 23, 2008. Lt. Governor Pat Quinn urges everyone to remember our wounded heroes this holiday season by donating unused frequent flyer miles to Operation Hero Miles and purchasing Veterans Cash lottery tickets.