Tonight's City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs features Pat Brady, former State GOP Chairman, RNC member, federal prosecutor and this reporter's nominee for Chairman of the Committee to re-elect Gov. Rauner.
The show airs at 8:30 pm and midnight on Cable Ch. 21 (CAN TV) through-out the City of Chicago proper.
The show also airs in Evanston, starting tonight at 8:30 pm, twice daily at 8:30 am and 8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 6.
Brady, President of Next Generation Strategies, endeavors to rebut those who think Rauner has already lost to Pritzker, due to what Chris Robling, 14 year morning WGN Republican analyst, calls Rauner's irreparable broken relationship with the State GOP base [Watch Robling here].
Brady spares State Rep. Ives and Robling from the haters' category, but he doesn't exactly cozy up, either, to Chris and Jeanne [Watch Rep. Jeanne Ives, one week prior to the primary election, make the case for her gubernatorial election, and in particular calling out Rauner for the bald faced lies in Rauner's Republican mailers (Watch Ives in 90 seconds on Rauner's lie that Ives opposed property tax freeze].
So, as John Kass asked yesterday, can Rauner put Humpty Dumpty together again and beat Pritzker, as Brady suggests? We discuss, you decide.
Come back here tomorrow for more about the Brady show and the airing schedule for the show for the remainder of this week.
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