Hartigan, Neil

​Neil Hartigan grew up politically in the Democratic Party machine of the 1960s, a rising star in the party. In 1972, at the age of 34, Hartigan became the youngest lieutenant governor in the nation.  A major political force in Illinois, he later served as Attorney General for two terms before running in a tight race for governor in 1990.  Since then, he has served as Chairman of the World Trade Center Illinois and as a judge on the Illinois Appellate Court.