Then-candidate Bruce Rauner tells reporters he believes term limits will eliminate corruption in Illinois, as he delivers a 67,976-page petition containing 591,092 signatures for the ballot initiative in a Springfield warehouse on April 30, 2014. [Hannah Meisel/The Daily Line]

In April 2014, then-gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner called a news conference in a Springfield warehouse, where he stood behind a 67,976-page petition containing 591,092 signatures to force an initiative putting term limits on Illinois elected officials.

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