Republican Candidate for Governor Bruce Rauner returned the program to discuss his tax returns, extensive mudslinging in campaigns, and what’s next for his campaign.
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Democratic Lt. Governor candidate Paul Vallas talks with Andrea Darlas and Anna Davlantes about Illinois politics and responds to the latest rounds of TV ads from GOP Governor candidate Bruce Rauner.
Bruce Rauner is proposing 10 key steps to reform state government and get rid of wasteful spending. He joins Steve to give specifics: eliminate the executive shuttle and state plane, end slush funds, suspend pay and pension for the office of governor, combine the offices of comptroller and treasurer. Not all the steps are detailed, but they’re part of Rauner’s overall “Bring Back Blueprint.”
The pension reform bill signed by Gov. Pat Quinn will cut benefits and raise the retirement age for thousands of Chicago workers. Lt. gov. candidate Paul Vallas says it’s what the state needs.
Roosevelt University political professor Paul Green joined Sirott and Murciano to talk about Bruce Rauner’s campaign tactics.
Governor Pat Quinn stops by the Allstate Showcase Studios with Dave Plier to talk about the state’s efforts to support our veterans, Dave’s friend who was killed by an IED in Iraq and his Memorial Day schedule.
Gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner talks to Dave Plier about what Memorial Day means to him and his activities scheduled to honor the military.
Bruce Rauner joins the Steve Cochran show from Springfield today, where the candidate for governor says he has collected more than double the 250,000 signatures needed to petition for term limits in state government. He also comments on the graduated income tax and the Obama presidential library. Listen below for this and more from Bruce Rauner.
Gov. Pat Quinn stopped by the Allstate Showcase Studio this morning to talk with Steve. They discussed Chicago sports, the housing market, the campaign trail, and the recent “disturbing” influx of murders in Chicago. Visit welcomehomeillinois.gov for more information on the housing initiative, and visit quinnforillinois.com for information on Quinn’s reelection campaign.