Governor Pat Quinn’s challenger in next week’s Democratic primary says he can win… because Democrats are fed up with Quinn.
Tio Hardiman is pointing to a new poll that shows him with 36-percent support among primary voters… despite the fact that Hardiman has had almost no campaign cash and no advertising budget.
Hardiman says Quinn has failed on all of the state’s most pressing issues. Among his proposals is to build three to five casinos that would be owned by the state, so that all of that gaming revenue could go toward reducing the state’s budget deficit.
[Hardiman appeared live Wednesday on 970 WMAY’s “Jim Leach Show.”]