Governor Bruce Rauner has shown Illinoisans he's ready to fight for them -- and not just the white ones.
The incumbent Republican governor has made "home is worth fighting for" a central theme of his re-election and he's making sure all feel welcome.
Appearing before a group at the Thompson Center in Chicago, Rauner stood with a glass of milk in hand.
The glass of milk was to represent corporate culture.
Hytatt Hotels diversity and inclusion executive, Tyronne Stoudemire said, "If you look at any corporate website and look at its leadership team, you will see all white men, a few white women, and just maybe an Asian in technology."
Stoudemire added chocolate syrup to Rauner's glass of milk. Rauner then proceeded to stir it into the milk and took a swig.
"It's really, really good. Diversity!"
While most Illinoisans, including myself, are fine with diversity in the workplace and chocolate milk, something tells me Rauner's campaign antics aren't as popular.
(Photo credit: CBS Chicago)