BLOOMINGTON - State Sen. Bill Brady told WJBC's Scott Laughlin he thinks Bruce Rauner has a good chance to beat Pat Quinn in November. Brady thinks Rauner can build on his loss to Quinn in 2010.
"I think he can build on the fact that we won 98 counties against Pat Quinn last time, hopefully he can build on that and do even better. Pat Quinn is certainly more vulnerable," said Brady.
Brady says Rauner is running a good, well-funded effort that will need to contrast Quinn's populist campaign.
"What Bruce has gotta try to do is not get in the weeds on a lot of issues that Pat Quinn will try to turn this election on Bruce Rauner as opposed to what really needs to be focused on is the failures of the entire Democratic party that has been in control since Rod Blagojevich," said Brady.