Gov. JB Pritzker spent millions attempting to influence the Republican primary without acknowledging his ballot rival, Beverly Miles — the Black woman who won over 8.2 percent of Democratic primary votes Tuesday.
I asked Miles about that. She was curt.
“JB is willing for me — a black woman who served this country, is a first line responder as a nurse, a COVID survivor — to be homeless and hungry just so he could run unopposed,” Miles said.
Muggy, then storms. High: 82 Low: 68.
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Bloomberg recently asked experts where they’d invest $ 100,000 right now, and many of them had the same answer: fine art.
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