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Darren Bailey rents Chicago apartment to track crime

CHICAGO — Chicagoans can anticipate to see extra of Darren Bailey.

The GOP gubernatorial candidate turned state senator revealed he’s renting a high-rise apartment in downtown Chicago on the Hancock Center Tuesday afternoon.

“As I’ve said from day one, I want to immerse myself in the culture,” Bailey mentioned.

Bailey mentioned Chicago tradition is full of corruption and crime throughout a press convention in entrance of the Emily Hotel in West Loop. He identified town has already handed 500 homicides this year, faulting Democratic leaders within the course of.

“JB Pritzker, Lori Lightfoot and Kim Foxx are personally responsible for this,” Bailey mentioned. “Soon all of Illinois will look like Chicago, like a scene from a horror film come to life.”

Bailey’s public security plan is to repeal the SAFE-T Act, then move a recall regulation permitting Cook County voters to recall States Attorney Kim Foxx and crackdown on gangs.

While serving the state legislature, Bailey voted in opposition to money for regulation enforcement, which included extra money for Illinois State Police, duties forces aimed toward cracking down on carjacking’s and freeway cameras on Chicago-area expressways. 

Bailey and Pritzker have agreed to partake in two Nexstar-hosted debates, one being on Oct. 6 at Illinois State University in Normal, and the opposite being on Oct. 18 at WGN-TV Studios in Chicago.

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