CHICAGO - GOP primary gubernatorial candidate State Senator Bill Brady (R-Bloomington) visited with Public Affairs' Jeff Berkowitz saying he was the "only consistent conservative" on the GOP primary ticket. Brady said he's a "business person," in this interview before the controversial pension reform vote, and knows the challenges of meeting a budget. He's never supported a tax increase, he says.
Brady says his bid at the top of the ticket in 2010 brought a lot of voters out and candidates down ticket benefitted. In this interview, Brady compares himself to fellow GOP candidates Kirk Dillard, Dan Rutherford and Bruce Rauner.