By SARA BURNETT
CHICAGO (AP) - As the fight to become the Democratic nominee for Illinois governor enters its final weeks, the looming question remains the same as it's been for months: Can anyone stop J.B. Pritzker?
The billionaire businessman has spent millions on his campaign, becoming a seemingly constant presence on television and collecting endorsements from many in the party establishment. Polls consistently have shown him as the front runner.
His closest rivals, state Sen. Daniel Biss and businessman Chris Kennedy, are working to derail Pritkzer come March 20. They both argue they'd bring true change to the Democratic party and the state. Biss is stressing his status as the "middle-class candidate." Kennedy has reported a recent fundraising bump.
Educator Bob Daiber, activist Tio Hardiman and physician Robert Marshall also are seeking the nomination.
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