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Gov. Bruce Rauner | Sun-Times file photo

Radio talk show host Dan Proft and Pat Brady, the former chairman of the Illinois Republican Party, are set to have a lively debate over the future of the Republican Party in Illinois at the City Club.

The debate comes as Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner scored a narrow victory in March over state Rep. Jeanne Ives, who attacked the governor’s conservative credentials.

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