One Big Reason We'll See More of Gov. Pat Quinn in the Stateline

One Big Reason We'll See More of Gov. Pat Quinn in the Stateline

Latest polling shows incumbent Governor may be in the toughest fight of his political life.
ROCKFORD -- Why is Governor Quinn making his second visit to Rockford in less than a week?  Maybe he knows something pollsters know, which he that he is at the beginning of the political fight of his life -- one likely even more formidable than his razor thin victory over State Senator Bill Brady 4 years ago.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Illinois Voters shows Republican businessman Bruce Rauner picking up 43% of the vote to Quinn’s 40% in the race for Illinois Governor.  10% are undecided, while another 6% would prefer someone else.

The telephone poll of 750 likely Illinois voters on April 9 and 10 has a margin of error of 4% -- which means with election day a little less than seven months away, the race is a dead heat.

Quinn is in Rockford Monday to discuss the 'Welcome Home' state first-time homebuyer program.

You can read more about the poll here, including a new poll on the Durbin/Oberweiss race for Illinois U.S. Senate and a surprisingly close race for Wisconsin Governor.
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