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Illinois is one of the U.S’ most populous states. Illinois is known for its natural resources such as timer, coal, and petroleum. Over the years, the state has become a transportation hub. Illinois’ O'Hare International Airport is among the world’s busiest airports. Three of 45 U.S. Presidents had lived in Illinois.

Illinois’ climate varies throughout the year. The state is home to various museums. Illinois is known for its bustling music and movie scene. Illinois is a paradise for sports lovers. Almost all major sports leagues in the country have their headquarters in Chicago. Illinois has around 60 parks and recreational and wildlife areas.

Illinois Capital - Illinois’ capital is Springfield.

Illinois Governor - Bruce Rauner is the incumbent and 42nd governor of Illinois. Rauner is a member of the Republican Party. He has held the office since 2015. In 2018, Rauner was defeated by J.B. Pritzker.

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Illinois Population: Demographics, and Most Populated Cities 

Whites, blacks, and Hispanics make up a substantial percentage of Illinois’ total population. The number of non-English speakers in the state is higher than the national average. Compared to several other U.S. states, Illinois has a higher number of native Polish speakers. The most common birthplaces of foreign-born residents in the state are India, Mexico, and Poland. A substantial percentage of the city’s population is below 18 years of age.

The most populous cities in Illinois are Chicago, Naperville, Rockford, Joliet, Elgin, Springfield, Peoria, and Hanover Township. 

Illinois Racial Breakdown

Whites comprise around 72 percent of the state’s total population. Blacks make up around 15 percent of Illinois’ total population. Over the years, American Indians, Asian Americans, and multicultural Americans have settled in different parts of the state.

Illinois Major Cities - Major cities in Illinois are Chicago, Springfield, Peoria, Champaign, Joliet, Elgin, and Evanston.

Illinois Attorney General - Illinois' incumbent Attorney General is Lisa Madigan. Lisa has held the position since 2003. She is a member of the Democratic Party. The state's Attorney General-elect is Kwame Raoul.

 

Illinois Senators - Illinois’ serving senators are Tammy Duckworth and Dick Durbin. Both Duckworth and Durbin are members of the Democratic Party.

Illinois Languages - Some non-English languages spoken in the state are Spanish, Polish, Chinese, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu, and Korean. 

Illinois Major Courts

The court system in Illinois comprises of state courts and federal courts. Illinois Appellate Court, Supreme Court of Illinois, and Illinois Circuit Courts are the state courts located in Illinois. Federal courts in the state include United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois, United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, and United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.

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Illinois Native American History  

Native Americans were the first settlers to arrive in Illinois. In 7,500 BC, the local tribes including Chippewa, Iroquois, Sauk, Fox, Miami, and Ottawa started building permanent settlements. In 7,000 BC., the indigenous tribes started making stone weapons and tools. In the 17th century, the first European settlers arrived in the state.

Illinois Geography: How Big the State is - Illinois is the 25th largest state by area in the country. Its total area is 57,914 sq. Mi.

Illinois Industries and Jobs: What are the most sought-after industries and jobs  

The major employers in Illinois are restaurants & food services, hospitals, and elementary & secondary schools. Most employed residents work as drivers, miscellaneous managers, and secretaries and admin assistants. 

Illinois National Parks, Monuments and Historic Landmarks

Some historic landmarks in Illinois are Robert S. Abbott House, Auditorium Building, Bishop Hill Colony, Cahokia Mounds, and Columbus Park. Pullman National Monument and Haymarket Martyrs’ Monument are the most renowned national monuments in the state.

Best Things to Do in Illinois

  • Explore exhibits at the SciTech Hands-On Museum.
  • Explore the TREC trails.
  • Visit Linmar Gardens.
  • Explore the Ballard Nature Center.

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