Former GOP gubernatorial candidate Bill Brady is refusing to accept an apology from a fellow state senator over inflammatory comments made during the campaign.
Gov. Pat Quinn made good on a promise Tuesday to take his former opponent – Republican Illinois State Sen. Bill Brady – out to lunch.
Former Illinois Governor says the GOP has to understand that to win in Illinois, its candidates have to be moderate.
Republican Bill Brady conceded the gubernatorial race to Democratic incumbent Pat Quinn on Friday.
Two Republicans with knowledge of state Sen. Bill Brady’s campaign plans say he will concede the extremely close race for Illinois governor to Democratic incumbent Pat Quinn.
The Associated Press says the race for governor is over, but Republican candidate Bill Brady says it’s not.
Illinois Senate Democrats bowed to Republican pressure and are not yet calling for a vote on Gov. Pat Quinn’s plan to borrow money to pay pensions.
Gov. Pat Quinn said Thursday “the results are pretty clear” in his race for reelection.
He says every single last vote needs to be counted first.
All the precincts are in, and Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn remains nearly 20,000 votes ahead of Republican challenger Bill Brady.
The ballots have been cast, but Illinois residents are still no closer to a clear winner in the race for governor.
The race for Illinois governor is coming down to the wire, with Democratic incumbent Pat Quinn holding a razor-thin lead over Illinois State Sen. Bill Brady early Wednesday morning.
Early election results show Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn leading Republican Bill Brady in the race for Illinois governor.
Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican Illinois State Sen. Bill Brady spent much of the day Tuesday making last-minute appeals for votes in a tight race for governor.
Decision day has arrived for Illinois voters, who now must pick a new U.S. Senator and governor, among other elected posts.
Democrats played to their strengths in Chicago, while Republicans went to their base in DuPage County.
Whichever candidate wins the gubernatorial race will inherit a major state budget mess, and tough choices about possible spending cuts, tax increases, or both.
The races for governor and the U.S. Senate are going down to the wire Monday, as candidates from both sides make the most of their last day to campaign.
It’s down to the wire for many of the candidates who are in the final stretch of the weekend push to get to votes.
The final debate between between Gov. Pat Quinn and challenger Bill Brady was dominated by bickering and personal insults.