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Anti-Bruce Rauner group says Rauner will 'drag down' GOP

Bruce Rauner, Republican candidate for Illinois governor, talks jobs and pension reform at Aurora manufacturer Richards-Wilcox. | submitted
Bruce Rauner, Republican candidate for Illinois governor, talks jobs and pension reform at Aurora manufacturer Richards-Wilcox. | submitted

The Republican Fund for Progress & Jobs, a newly formed anti-Bruce Rauner group, has some strong words for the gubernatorial candidate. According to the Chicago Sun-Times:

The group, headed by Steven Shearer, the former chief of staff to U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock, said it wants to warn voters about Rauner so the GOP doesn’t have “buyer’s remorse.”

“In a single month Rauner took completely opposite positions on the minimum wage. It is clear to me that Rauner got poll results showing how toxic his position was with the voters. Rauner then concocted a story saying he ‘misspoke’ and was ‘flippant.’ Now it turns out that was big lie because he said the same thing just as forcefully last fall.”

[Read more at the Chicago Sun-Times]

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