Gov. Quinn Loading up on Campaign Funding

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn has more money in his 2014 campaign fund than all four of his Republican rivals combined at $2.9 million.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn has more money in his 2014 campaign fund than all four of his Republican rivals combined at $2.9 million.

Reports filed with the state show that Quinn raised about more than $800,000 between July and the end of September.

At least four Republicans will face off in the March primary: State Treasurer Dan Rutherford, State Senator Bill Brady, State Senator Kirk Dillard, and Billionaire Businessman Bruce Rauner.

Quinn doesn't have a major Democrat challenger yet.
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