CHICAGO - Gov. Pat Quinn told reporters today that he's not worried about Bruce Rauner getting Democrat support, and that Rauner should focus on getting support from his own party since he didn't get a "resounding victory" from Republicans in Tuesday's primary.
As reported here, Rauner announced Thursday that several well-known Democrats are backing his run. They include longtime Democrat and former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Newton Minow and former state Sen. James Meeks. He's senior pastor of Salem Baptist Church of Chicago.
Rauner says that their support is emblematic of his nonpartisan leadership approach.