Gov. Pat Quinn used the issue of abortion to win votes from suburban women in his election four years ago. This time, his Republican opponent says he's pro-choice. But it's not that cut-and-dry.
Republican nominee Bruce Rauner, like Quinn, classifies himself as pro-choice. He's also said he doesn't have a “social agenda."
That hasn't satisfied Terry Cosgrove, of Personal PAC, which has endorsed Quinn.
"While Bruce Rauner may say he doesn't have a social agenda, that is not true when you look at his actions," Cosgrove said.