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Gov. Bruce Rauner came into office selling his credentials as a deal-making businessman who could turn Illinois around. But nearly three years into his term, Rauner said he’s “not in charge.”

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Up to this point, it wasn’t certain that a challenger would emerge from the intraparty revolution Gov. Bruce Rauner ignited when he signed an abortion law in late September. There’s no ambiguity now.

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Is Gov. Bruce Rauner about to get new competition in the Republican primary? 

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(State Rep. Jeanne Ives / Facebook)

The suburban lawmaker is considering getting in the race, citing her frustration with the governor's signing of HB40.