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Clears path for Rauner to move into the governor's office
President still has the power of the pen
Doris Turner says she's proud of her organization for its recently completed get out the vote efforts.
When a new U.S. Senate is seated, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) will find himself in the minority.
Republican Mike Bell has conceded in the race to incumbent Democrat Sue Scherer.
Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka has been re-elected to a second term over Democratic challenger Sheila Simon.
Republican businessman Bruce Rauner has unseated Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, ending Democrats' 12-year grip the state.
Congressman Rodney Davis will return to Washington for a second term. He defeated Democrat challenger Ann Callis.
Wes Barr wins.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has been re-elected to a fourth term over Republican candidate Paul Schimpf.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin has defeated Republican state Sen. Jim Oberweis to win a fourth term.
Schock beats Miller
At least 2,000 judges out of more than 10,000 scheduled to work were no-shows.
Senior senator says he doesn't anything for granted
Things running smoothly at the polls
Two constitutional amendments and three non-binding referenda
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There has been no shortage of misrepresentations and half-thruths told during this campaign – so much so that even the Libertarian candidate is complaining.
Joined by his wife, running mate, former Gov. Jim Edgar, and other Republicans, Rauner tried to close the sale.
The Executive Director of the Illinois State Board of Elections is reporting a significant uptick in early voting totals this year in advance of the Nov. 4 election.