J.B. Pritzker

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Gov. J.B. Pritzker has a hairline fracture on his left thighbone and a doctor has ordered rest for four to six weeks.

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Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan says he supports Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker's plans to legalize recreational marijuana and create a graduated income tax.

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Dissatisfaction with Gov. Bruce Rauner's handling of the state budget crisis played a role in Democrat J.B. Pritzker's election as governor Tuesday.

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Two workers have been suspended from Democratic Illinois governor candidate J.B. Pritzker's campaign over a social media post showing one of them wearing a charcoal face mask that resembles blackface.

There's a new record in campaign finance.

Democratic billionaire J.B. Pritzker has given his own campaign for Illinois governor more than any other self-financed candidate in U.S. history. An heir to the Hyatt franchise, Pritzker has given his campaign $161.5 million. This is not adjusted for inflation, but he is closing in on that, too. The previous record for self-financing a campaign was set by Meg Whitman in her failed 2010 bid for California governor, who gave her campaign $144 million of her own money.

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Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democrat J.B. Pritzker will face off in their first two-way debate of the Illinois governor's race.

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Former President Barack Obama has recorded a video supporting Democrat J.B. Pritzker for Illinois governor.

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Democratic billionaire J.B. Pritzker has made a $25 million contribution to his campaign for Illinois governor.

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The race for Illinois governor will be a battle between two deep-pocketed candidates who've already sunk more than $120 million combined into the contest, putting it on pace to become the costliest such campaign in U.S. history.

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Two wealthy businessmen seeking the Democratic nomination for Illinois governor have released partial tax returns on the same day they filed candidate petitions for the 2018 primary.

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