Governor Pat Quinn
GOVERNOR'S PUBLIC SCHEDULE
CHICAGO - Governor Pat Quinn will attend the city of Chicago's 24th Annual Interfaith Breakfast Celebrating the Life of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., hosted by Mayor Richard M. Daley.
WHO: Governor Quinn
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin
Hon. Richard M. Daley, Mayor, City of Chicago
Vance Henry, Deputy Chief of Staff for Community & Faith Based Initiatives, Chicago Mayor's Office
Rev. Willie T. Barrow, Vernon Park Church of God
Eboo Patel, Founder and Executive Director, Interfaith Youth Core
Rabbi Michael Balinsky, Executive Vice President, Chicago Board of Rabbis
James Reynolds Jr., Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Loop Capital Markets
Rev. Michael Pfleger, Saint Sabrina Parish
WHEN: 8:00 a.m.
WHERE: Palmer House Hilton
So everyone will be there. Well, not everyone. Or wait, no...everyone. Because Governor Pat Quinn happened to leave off Illinois Comptroller Dan Hynes, who was also going to be in attendance. It just so happens he's running against Quinn in the Democratic primary for Governor. Minutes after getting the governor's press release, we got this in our Inbox:MEDIA ADVISORY FOR FRIDAY HYNES TO ATTEND MAYOR DALEY'S INTERFAITH BREAKFAST CELEBRATING DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CHICAGO -- Illinois Comptroller and Democratic candidate for Governor Dan Hynes will attend Mayor Daley's Interfaith Breakfast Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. tomorrow, January 15, at 7:45 AM. Hynes will be available for media at the event. The breakfast will take place at the Palmer House Hilton, Grand and State Ballroom, 17 E Monroe, Chicago. Full details are as follows: WHAT: Dan Hynes attends Mayor Daley's Interfaith Breakfast Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. WHERE: Palmer House Hilton, Grand and State Ballroom WHEN: Friday, January 15, 7:45 AM #### As you can see, Hynes list 7:45am, Quinn 8am. Is this time upmanship? I wonder if they will share a table or maybe have to pass the syrup to each other.
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