ELMHURST, Ill. (AP) -- Bill Brady and Pat Quinn are attacking each other's honesty and integrity in a debate over who would make a better Illinois governor.
Quinn, the Democratic incumbent, called Brady a "walking conflict of interest" Sunday night. He says the Republican candidate votes on legislation that would benefit his business interests.
Quinn points out that Brady says he never "knowingly" voted on legislation affecting his business. Quinn said that's the kind of excuse you hear from the defendant in a trial.
Brady shot back that Quinn was lying. He says Quinn loves to attack people because he has no plan to fix Illinois' problems.
He also noted that Quinn vouched for the honesty of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich, who wound up being charge with federal crimes.
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