Bill Brady says he doesn't plan to change his message from his last, unsuccessful, campaign for governor... because time has proved that he was right.
The Bloomington Republican is running again, despite losing to Governor Pat Quinn in 2010 by less than one-percent of the vote.
Brady says since then, Quinn has raised taxes, presided over high unemployment, and failed to fix the state pension mess.
He's vowing to roll back the tax hike and "reprioritize" state spending if elected.
He is one of at least four candidates running in next year's GOP primary.