Voters will finally have their say in Illinois' primary election Tuesday. It’s been a record-breaking year in terms of political fundraising. That’s largely because of two men.
Gov. Bruce Rauner spent more than $65 million dollars when he was elected four years ago. As of last week, J.B. Pritzker topped that, nearing the $70 million dollar mark, and that’s just for the primary.
A key difference? Rauner mixes his own money with other donations whereas Pritzker has just one funder, himself.
Polls are open tomorrow from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.