Former Republican Governor Jim Edgar has gone on the record saying Bruce Rauner doesn't have enough experience to be governor Illinois, but he's out stumping for him in the final push before the elections. He says if you compare Rauner to Governor Quinn, there's no question about who's the best person for the job.
Edgar admits that he wanted former state senator Kirk Dillard to win over Rauner in the Republican primary earlier this year. But he says this is no longer primary season. Edgar says Rauner has been successful in his business ventures and that could play well when it comes to running state government. Edgar served Illinois from 1991 to 1999.