The Democratic nominee for governor in 2018 doesn’t necessarily need to be someone of exceptional wealth who can match Bruce Rauner’s money.
There are no official challengers yet, but Rauner is preparing himself, with a $50 million contribution to his re-election campaign fund in December.
The Democratic Governors Association said Rauner is “more focused on getting elected than passing a budget or growing Illinois’ economy.”
Tommy Poreda, who lost his wedding ring Oct. 29 during Game 4 of the World Series, learned last week his ring had been found.
From a moral standpoint, they must act to protect our country.
Democrat J.B. Pritzker isn’t officially running for governor, but that didn’t stop the Illinois Republican Party from going after him Tuesday.
Business leaders may be the new Democrats at the right time. How about a political run by Howard Schultz, departing Starbucks CEO?