Illinois governor’s debates and forums this week

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It’s becoming tough to keep track of Illinois governor’s debates and forums so we’ve rounded up the latest. Today’s previously scheduled WGN/Chicago Tribune forum was rescheduled for March 5.

On Wednesday: January 22 the Union League Club Debate is on with Bill Brady, Dan Rutherford and Kirk Dillard. Bruce Rauner on Tuesday declined to attend according to the the Union League Club of Chicago.

WHEN: Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Breakfast 7:30 a.m.; Program 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. with audience Q & A

On Thursday: January 23 Illinois Public Broadcasters/League of Women Voters Debate,

All four gubernatorial candidates — including Rauner — have confirmed they will be there.

The 90-minute debate will air on public TV and radio stations throughout the state at 7 p.m., followed by 30 minutes of post-debate analysis.

Next up: Feb. 4 Illinois Manufacturers’ Association Debate

8 a.m. Naperville

February 10 WLS-AM/NW Suburban Townships Debate

February 16 Illinois Forum Debate

February 18 Citizens Club of Springfield Debate

February 20 Illinois Mechanical & Specialty Contractors Forum

February 25 Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce Debate

February 25 Chicago Tonight/WTTW – Mikva Challenge (Lt. Governor)

February 27 ABC7 Chicago/League of Women Voters Debate/Univision

March 4 NBC5/University of Chicago Debate

March 5 WGN/Chicago Tribune Debate (moved from Jan. 21)

March 6 Chicago Tonight/WTTW Lt. Governor Debate

March 13 Chicago Tonight/WTTW Gubernatorial Debate

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