SPRINGFIELD, Illinois (Fox 32 News) - Illinois Governor-elect JB Pritzker met with supporters at the Old State Capitol in Springfield on the eve of his inauguration.
The soon-to-be first couple shook hands and posed for photos on Sunday.
Pritzker also shared details about what he'll cover in his inaugural address. He said he'll talk about doing what's best for middle-class families. He also wants to expand healthcare coverage and early childhood education.
Pritzker also responded to grim warnings from outgoing Republic Gov. Bruce Rauner that he fears new all-Democratic state government could wreck Illinois' economy.
"Well, Gov. Rauner failed," Pritzker said. "After four years of failure, it's time for us to bring about a new day."