Interview: Former Gov. Jim Edgar (R-IL)
Jim Edgar served as a State Representative and Secretary of State before being elected Governor of Illinois in 1990. The Republican served two terms in that office, from 1991 through ‘99. He announced earlier this week that he would be voting for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in this election cycle.
The 21st is joined by the former governor to talk more about what the Republican Party was like during his time in politics and not voting for President Trump in November.
Gov. Jim Edgar, former governor of Illinois, 1991-1999; Republican
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