Rauner tells state that duct tape days are over
"From Egg Harbor Cafe in Elmhurst to Tuscany Grill in Robinson," Gov. Bruce Rauner told Illinoisans that he plans to remove the duct tape that has been covering holes in the state budget.
"Bruce shared a message with Illinois families along our route: We need a real budget with real reforms, not the duct tape ideas that career politicians keep pushing with higher taxes and no real reforms," Anthony Sarros, political director of the Illinois Republican Party, said on Rauner's website recently.
Sarros encouraged Illinois voters to support Rauner's campaign with donations. A linked donation page, paid for by Citizens for Rauner Inc., featured highlights of Rauner's latest digital ad as the governor shared his platform with supporters around the state.
"More growth. More jobs. Lower taxes," Rauner says in the video highlights. "Better schools,and term limits on our elected officials and redistricting reforms so that we have competitive general elections. A new positive direction for Illinois. That's what we're arguing about. That's what we're battling for. The best thing we can do to restore government and our prosperity for long term: change the political culture so it's not insiders running the government for the insiders benefit. But restore democracy."
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