Within minutes of sitting for an interview, gubernatorial front-runner Bruce Rauner makes a bold correction about his personal fortune when asked if he is among the so-called 1 percent of the wealthiest Americans. “Oh, I’m probably .01 percent,” said Rauner, who owns nine homes, and made $53 million last year.
Anyone showing up an hour late for where they need to be on Sunday will need to be excused for forgetting daylight saving time is back.
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Off Message: Rahm’s re-election and GOP gov race
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