Last debate for Republican governor candidates
WTTW’s Phil Ponce asked venture capitalist Bruce Rauner why he’d be a good governor when he’s had no work experience in government.
RAUNER: This is all about leadership.
The other three talked about being in the minority party for the past 10 years.
State Senator Kirk Dillard.
DILLARD: I’m running for governor because I can’t effectuate the kinds of changes that I want in this state.
State Senator Bill Brady.
BRADY: I brought pension reform to the State of Illinois.
Treasurer Dan Rutherford.
RUTHERFORD: I am proud of my career in the legislature, as a citizen legislator.
The candidates won’t debate on tv any more... But the ads will go on - at least until Tuesday.