Illinois Governor Pat Quinn is touting his record ahead of the primary election.  He says he's abolished the death penalty, reformed the pension system, helped clear the way for same-sex marriage, and now he’s pushing for a minimum wage hike.  Quinn says he hopes voters remember those things when they head to the polls on Tuesday. 

He’s facing a primary challenge against Tio Hardiman, who is polling at 36-percent, even though he hasn't raised any money or done any advertising.

 

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