Most of Chicago’s billionaires saw an uptick in dollar signs in 2016, which Forbes magazine says was a record year for billionaires.
Biss said he’s not focused on one person — be it Madigan or Rauner — but aims to change a system that caters to the wealthy and machine politicians.
“What we need is certainty. What we need is predictability,” Kennedy said, speaking at Bethlehem Star Church on South Cottage Grove.
Participants raised more than $1.5 million to help pay for transportation of Special Olympic athletes, as well as uniforms, equipment and medals.
Democrats eyeing a run for governor must work to energize the black vote.
Businessman Chris Kennedy, a candidate for Illinois governor, gave a speech rich with imagery at the Special Olympics Chicago fundraiser Monday.