WATCH: Bruce Rauner’s plans for Illinois, in 23 seconds

SHARE WATCH: Bruce Rauner’s plans for Illinois, in 23 seconds
SHARE WATCH: Bruce Rauner’s plans for Illinois, in 23 seconds

Republican Governor-elect Bruce Rauner publicly spoke for the first time on Thursday since winning Tuesday’s election, and not only announced his transition team, but also started to lay out his plans for Illinois’ future.

If you have some time to kill, you can watch his full 26-minute news conference:

But really, all you need is 23 seconds to get the gist of it. In short, it’s all about growth, competitiveness and bipartisan cooperation.

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