The Latest: Illinois GOP personality wants ad pulled, apology

CHICAGO (AP) — The Latest on a argumentative debate ad aired by a Republican claimant for Illinois administrator (all times local):

11:10 a.m.

The authority of a Illinois Republican Party says a GOP administrator claimant should stop airing a debate ad that critics have called extremist and homophobic.

Tim Schneider pronounced in a recover Saturday that regressive state Rep. Jeanne Ives should “immediately apologize to a Illinoisans who were negatively portrayed in a villainous try to stoke domestic division.” He says there’s no room in a Illinois GOP “for tongue that attacks a associate Illinoisans formed on their race, gender or humanity.”

The ad facilities actors portraying a transgender lady and an African-American kinship member, among others, all thanking Rauner for his policies. The transgender lady is deep-voiced and wears a dress that shows chest hair.

Ives says a ad illustrates Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s “betrayals of conservatives.”

The Illinois GOP is roughly wholly saved by Rauner.

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9:55 a.m.

A Republican lawmaker perplexing to replace Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner is station by a debate ad that’s being bloody as racist, homophobic and “repulsive.”

State Rep. Jeanne Ives, a amicable and mercantile conservative, says a ad that began airing this weekend illustrates a GOP governor’s “chosen electorate formed on a process choices he made.”

The ad facilities actors portraying people including a transgender lady and a Chicago Teachers Union member, all thanking Rauner.

The deep-voiced transgender woman, wearing a dress that reveals a hairy chest, says “Thank we for signing legislation that lets me use a girl’s bathroom.”

Rauner hasn’t sealed a supposed transgender lavatory bill.

Advocacy groups and people from both domestic parties fast cursed a ad.

Ives says GOP primary electorate need to know about Rauner’s “betrayals of conservatives.”

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