Rauner camp hits TV with three new testimonial ads

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GOP gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner hit the airwaves with three new ads today.

They are personal testimonials, one from an African American named Cornell Nelson who says he was “captured by the streets” then credits Rauner’s efforts with Safe Haven as helping him find a landing spot.

In another, a school principal who calls herself a Democrat says she’s backing Rauner and finally Manny Sanchez former co-chair of Latinos for Obama explains why he’s for Rauner.

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