Pritzker scolds Republican candidate for not yet answering questions from media

Gov. J.B. Pritzker scolded a newly announced Republican candidate for declining to appear in public or answer questions from journalists.

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1/20/2022 5:00:00 AM

Gov. J.B. Pritzker scolded a newly announced Republican candidate for declining to appear in public or answer questions from journalists.

Gov. J.B. Pritzker scolded a newly announced Republican candidate for declining to appear in public or answer questions from journalists.

He was also asked if he plans to return MayorLori Lightfoot'soff-the-cuff endorsement of his re-election campaign. And it seemed to take him by surprise."Well, i apprec — I had not heard that. That's very kind of her," said Pritzker. "What I can say is: There's nobody running, as far as I know, for mayor. And I think the mayor has worked well with me. Especially as we have addressed the pandemic, broadly. So, we have a good relationship. I know we'll keep working together to make sure we're keeping people safe and healthy."

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