Recent News About J.B. Pritzker for Governor
New filing: Assertion that Pritzker was never told of racial discrimination in his campaign organization 'provably false'
Plaintiffs say they have identified at least five Pritzker campaign workers who allegedly told then-candidate Pritzker of racial discrimination in his campaign and want the governor questioned under oath.
Lawyer asks judge to block deposition of IL Gov. Pritzker amid discrimination lawsuit vs Pritzker campaign
Motion says Gov. Pritzker doesn't know anything about the claims, didn't manage low-level campaign workers
A lawsuit which accuses the campaign of Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker of racial discrimination, and accuses Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton of defamation, can continue, a Chicago federal judge has ruled.
On the same day Illinois voters by wide margins selected Democrat JB Pritzker to be the state’s next governor, and his running mate, Democratic State Rep. Juliana Stratton, to serve as lieutenant governor, a group of Pritzker campaign workers added Pritzker and Stratton as individual defendants in a discrimination lawsuit the workers brought in the closing days of the gubernatorial campaign, particularly targeting Stratton for allegedly defaming the campaign workers behind the suit as “extortionists.”
Pritzker campaign accused in lawsuit of discrimination, harassment against black, Latino campaign staffers
Saying the Illinois gubernatorial frontrunner’s campaign has routinely “herded” and “marginalized” its workers of color, a group of African American and Latino workers for Illinois Democratic gubernatorial nominee JB Pritzker has sued Pritzker’s campaign organization for discrimination and harassment.