According to the transcripts, the big promises Governor Quinn made were kept, for the most part. For example, the pension crisis: he wanted to create a working group to tackle the problem. He did do that, but they didn't find a solution for reform.
Another one, was improving the economy. The Governor promised to create more jobs. He did deliver on that, but that hasn't changed how Illinois stacks up against neighboring states on the issue.
Education, was also a top priority for him. He planned to give more funding to early childhood education programs, and it looks like he was able to do that, as well.
Governor Quinn will give this year's State of the State Address in House Chambers at noon Wednesday. WCIA-3 will be there live with team coverage.