On Saturday (June 25), former President Donald Trump held a rally in Mendon, Illinois, and announced his endorsement for the Land of Lincoln’s next governor. Polling indicates that his choice in the crowded field, State Sen. Darren Bailey, didn’t need the support to win today’s primary, but it will likely help seal the victory. Over the past month, Bailey soared in polls past his main rival, Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin. And what propelled Bailey’s rise? A massive ad campaign of nearly $35 million to convince Republicans that Bailey is the most conservative candidate.
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