WATCH: Rauner up with property tax ad, Quinn harps on wine

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner released a new TV ad on Wednesday that promises he will freeze property taxes if elected governor.

Rauner first raised the issue in July along with announcing he would find $600 million more in revenue from taxing services.

Here’s the ad:

Meanwhile, Gov. Pat Quinn’s camp turned around a web-only video, highlighting a Washington Post article saying Rauner spends more on wine each year than the average Illinois household spends “on everything.”

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