J.B. Pritzker, Chris Kennedy, state Sen. Daniel Biss, Bob Daiber, Robert Marshall and Tio Hardiman appeared before the Sun-Times Editorial Board.
J.B. Pritzker is in for 156,355.64 a day. Gov. Bruce Rauner is in for $195,369.25 a day. That’s the average amounts the two are raising every day.
“My position is our state should probably start exploring legalizing,” Harold said in a meeting with the Sun-Times Editorial Board.
“That language has no place in political conversation,” Rauner told reporters in Rockford after meeting with local business leaders.
Officials warn without changes to a historic school funding bill “there will be further disruption and confusion for all 852 school districts.”
The board on Thursday ruled 5-3 in favor of Drury’s name appearing on the ballot.
Rauner’s campaign has pulled an ad which chastised Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan that featured now controversial Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens.
Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democrat J.B. Pritzker must win primaries before they can square off in November — but you wouldn’t know it from their TV ads.
The recommendation is the first step in the petition challenge. The board’s top lawyer also gets to weigh in before a hearing scheduled for Thursday.
Complicating Rauner’s veto fight is that among the list of private schools the governor argues are being short-changed are a few public schools.
Rickert asked for emails that include the following terms: “abortion, HB40, reproductive rights, Personal PAC, Planned Parenthood, Terry Cosgrove.”
Left unknown are any potential delays Rauner’s action could cause to the state implementing the new school funding formula.
McCarthy’s fundraiser is scheduled for Feb. 11 at the Irish American Heritage Center on the Northwest Side, with tickets ranging from $100 to $5,000.
While the program will help poor students get a chance at attending private schools, the long-term effects are uncear.