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11/04/20: Illinois GOP had a surprisingly strong Election Night: Despite predictions of a Democrat blowout across the country, Republicans secured big wins in Illinois with the defeat of the governor’s graduated income tax and a liberal state Supreme Court justice. Crain’s political columnist Greg Hinz joins the podcast to discuss the biggest takeaways from last night. 

Plus: Presidential race may be too close to call for days, United’s post-COVID plans, $40 million apartment project planned in West Town and Exelon confirms it's looking at possibly splitting up the company.

11/04/20: Illinois GOP had a surprisingly strong Election Night: Despite predictions of a Democrat blowout across the country, Republicans secured big wins in Illinois with the defeat of the governor’s graduated income tax and a liberal state Supreme Court justice. Crain’s political columnist Greg Hinz joins the podcast to discuss the biggest takeaways from last night. Plus: Presidential race may be too close to call for days, United’s post-COVID plans, $40 million apartment project planned in West Town and Exelon confirms it's looking at possibly splitting up the company.

VonCrain's Daily Gist


11/04/20: Illinois GOP had a surprisingly strong Election Night: Despite predictions of a Democrat blowout across the country, Republicans secured big wins in Illinois with the defeat of the governor’s graduated income tax and a liberal state Supreme Court justice. Crain’s political columnist Greg Hinz joins the podcast to discuss the biggest takeaways from last night. Plus: Presidential race may be too close to call for days, United’s post-COVID plans, $40 million apartment project planned in West Town and Exelon confirms it's looking at possibly splitting up the company.

VonCrain's Daily Gist

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Nov 4, 2020
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Despite predictions of a Democrat blowout across the country, Republicans secured big wins in Illinois with the defeat of the governor’s graduated income tax and a liberal state Supreme Court justice. Crain’s political columnist Greg Hinz joins the podcast to discuss the biggest takeaways from last night.

Plus: Presidential race may be too close to call for days, United’s post-COVID plans, $40 million apartment project planned in West Town and Exelon confirms it's looking at possibly splitting up the company.
Freigegeben:
Nov 4, 2020
Format:
Podcast-Folge