Gov. Bruce Rauner poses with employees at Wiegel Tool Works in Wood Dale on Tuesday as part of a whirlwind campaign tour in the waning days of the election cycle. [Hannah Meisel/The Daily Line]

After Gov. Bruce Rauner narrowly won the Republican primary in March, many wondered what the governor would do to win back the trust and votes of those who broke from party establishment and backed ultraconservative State Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton).

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