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"We can make no small plans for Illinois," Gov. elect J.B. Pritzker said following his victory Tuesday over Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner in the general election.
Gov. Bruce Rauner, a pragmatist even in defeat, conceded the governor's race to Democrat billionaire J.B. Pritzker in less than an hour after polls closed Tuesday night.
Incumbent Gov. Bruce Rauner conceded defeat Tuesday night as Democrat J.B. Pritzker claimed the governorship of Illinois, capturing 59 percent of the vote to Rauner’s 35 percent.
Campaign promises in the run for Illinois governor have already reached beyond the $10 billion mark.
Several regional newspapers recently endorsed Gov. Bruce Rauner in the upcoming election.
A new campaign ad from Gov. Bruce Rauner claims that the combination of House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) and Democratic gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker in power would have a disastrous impact on Illinois.
The State Journal Register recently endorsed Gov. Bruce Rauner in the upcoming general election.
Gov. Bruce Rauner today announced nearly $1.6 million dollars has been awarded for recreational trail development projects in 11 Illinois communities, helping them meet the growing demand for improved trails and outdoor recreation facilities.
Project completion expected in 2025
Gov. Rauner has signed three executive orders that do away with inactive boards and commissions and seek to end nepotism in state hiring.
Gov. Bruce Rauner said in an address on Sept. 13 that November's gubernatorial election isn't about him, but about the people versus a corrupt political machine.
Governor meets business, government leaders of nation whose investments in Illinois outpace others
Gov. Bruce Rauner said that he sides with consumers on the issue of car sharing in Illinois.
Short-term health plan legislation that was sent to Gov. Bruce Rauner more than a month ago should be vetoed to protect middle-income Illinoisans, the founder of an independent insurance brokerage firm said.
Whose word is less reliable, a jailhouse snitch’s or Gov. Bruce Rauner’s?
For decades, the two dirtiest words in Illinois education were “unfunded mandates.”
While one Democratic lawmaker fights for House Bill 4572, major employer organizations say the legislation is bad for business.
Gov. Bruce Rauner recently signed House BIll 5513 into law, which provides additional funds for police officers and families.
The Cook Political Report has changed its Illinois Governor race rating to “Lean Democrat.”
Gov. Bruce Rauner’s amendatory veto to reinstate the death penalty and impose a three-day waiting period on gun purchases was fervently debated in the House.