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Gov. Bruce Rauner Earned $188 Million in 2015

Last year, Gov. Bruce Rauner made more than $188 million, according to documents released from his office Friday.

Document: Gov. Bruce Rauner's 1040.Document: Gov. Bruce Rauner's 1040. The governor and his wife, Diana, paid $43.3 million in federal income taxes and $6.9 million in state income taxes.

In 2014, Rauner made $58.3 million and paid $15.2 million in federal income taxes and $2.8 million in state income taxes, according to Crain’s Chicago Business.

The Rauners and their family foundation made more than $11.6 million in charitable contributions, according to the governor’s office.

The governor’s office also released documents for the Rauner Family Foundation


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