Now, Pawar states he’s beginning a political action committee known as One Illinois “to organize youthful people around progressive issues and fight the false and bigoted divides around race, class and geography,” his statement stated. The statement doesn’t endorse another candidate within the race.

Pawar is within his second term representing the 47th Ward. He stated as he announced his campaign in The month of january he thought money might matter.

“I’ll get out there and raise money and then try to circumvent the condition and go speak with as many folks when i can and discuss a progressive vision,” Pawar stated at that time. “And let us see what goes on. I can not contend with big bucks. I can not. I understand that. But like 99.9 % of individuals within this condition, I am not wealthy, I can not self-fund and that i don’t run in elite circles. Does which means that I should not run?”

Chicago Ald. Ameya Pawar announced Thursday he’s abandoning his Democratic primary bid for governor, saying his campaign doesn’t have the cash to carry on.

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