Understanding Illinois: Big Dollars Will Likely Decide Gubernatorial Primary

NowlanBy Jim Nowlan
Outside Columnist

Republican gubernatorial aspirant Bruce Rauner spent more than $4 million in the past quarter alone on sophisticated TV ads to define himself as the anti-union, pro-term limits candidate who can transform Illinois government.

As a result, the previously unknown candidate is now the clear front-runner in a four-way race, according to recent polls.     Login or Subscribe to read the rest of this story.

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