Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner gave his state of the state address Wednesday afternoon. Rauner said he’s frustrated with how the state government has operated the past two years, however is hopeful that the state can turn things around.
The Governor provided examples of change that he has seen during his time in Springfield. Rauner discussed several of the goals his administration set when he entered the office, and how those goals have been accomplished.
Rauner also pushed for many issues be held to a vote so voters can decide on them, and also pushed for a better school funding formula, calling the current formula “immoral”.