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McKinley faces an uphill climb in a district long dominated by Democrats.
Kelly will appear on the general election ballot in April.
To help you make a truly informed decision on Feb. 26, Chicago Heights Patch editor Christopher Paicely is conducting one-on-one interviews with every candidate willing to sit down with him.
Fatimah Muhammad says she received text messages from someone named Matthew, telling her to endorse Kelly.
Despite a slew of recent endorsements for Kelly and a major dropout, Halvorson moved ahead of the former state representative going into the weekend.
Mosby explained his decision to endorse Kelly in an open letter.
The 58-year-old Dolton man has become known for his unrelenting criticism of the many forums leading up to the Feb. 26 primary election.
Another candidate has bowed out of the 2nd Congressional District election.
Haynes says his background has given him a "specialized knowledge" about how businesses work and how to create jobs.
Muhammad, who refers to herself as Dr. Hip-Hop, explains how her current role as a teacher at Chicago State University inspired her to run for the coveted congressional seat.
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