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  1. Article number 1 - Governor Rauner Reform Agenda
  2. Article number 2 - Governor Makes First #GovClassroomVisit
  3. Article number 3 - Governor Discusses Changes To Fix the Broken System
  4. Article number 4 - Governor Discusses Changes to Grow Illinois' Economy
  5. Article number 5 - Governor Discusses Changes to Get Illinois Back on Track
  •  Governor Rauner Reform Agenda

    Governor Rauner Reform Agenda

    SPRINGFIELD, IL – Every day, I am working to bring needed reforms to our great state, including term limits, lower property taxes, more jobs, education reform and pension reform.

  •  Governor Makes First #GovClassroomVisit

    Governor Makes First #GovClassroomVisit

    PARK RIDGE, IL – Governor Rauner toured Maine East High School to see the innovative ways students are learning and to congratulate them on receiving the most votes in his recent #GovClassroomVisit contest.

    "Education is the single most important thing we can do as a community. I love spending time with students from all across the state. The hard work and creativity from our students and teachers in Illinois is impressive," Governor Rauner said. "I am looking forward to making more #GovClassroomVisit stops on our Learning Tour."

  •  Governor Discusses Changes To Fix the Broken System

    Governor Discusses Changes To Fix the Broken System

    Elk Grove Village – Governor Bruce Rauner joined the Growth Opportunity Alliance (GOA) and discusses changing the broken system to grow Illinois' economy.

    "The Growth Opportunity Alliance is a wonderful organization, and it gets to the root exactly what we’re working for every day: growing opportunities, growing jobs, and growing Illinois," said Governor Rauner.

  •  Governor Discusses Changes to Grow Illinois’ Economy

    Governor Discusses Changes to Grow Illinois' Economy

    PEORIA, IL – Governor Rauner toured Getz Fire Equipment and discussed the administration's efforts to grow Illinois' economy.

    "The mission of Getz Fire is incredibly important and noble. For 60 years, you have worked diligently to protect the life and property of the people of Illinois," said Governor Rauner. "We want to make sure that you’re around for another 60 years. That’s why we have to make changes to get our state back on track."

  •  Governor Discusses Changes to Get Illinois Back on Track

    Governor Discusses Changes to Get Illinois Back on Track

    MOLINE, IL – Governor Rauner joined the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce and discussed working together to make changes to fix Illinois’ broken system and increase job growth in the Quad Cities.

    "The Quad Cities is an important region for Illinois. You encapsulate everything that is good about Illinois with a great location, hardworking people and a great infrastructure network," said Governor Rauner.

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