Brady back in Governor’s race

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Illinois Republican senator Bill Brady will make a second run for the Governor’s office.

Brady was the GOP nominee in 2010, but he lost a narrow race to Pat Quinn; he’ll kick off his campaign this morning at Chicago’s Wit Hotel, then make campaign stops in Springfield, Marion and Bloomington.

Brady is pro-life, anti-gay-marriage, and pro-death-penalty; he believes public schools should teach the Bible; and he says lowering the state’s minimum wage would encourage businesses to hire more people.

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