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The Independent candidate for the Second District congressional election has turned the comment thread of an article into an impromptu Q&A session.
Illinois Republicans are trying to tell voters that a vote for any Democrat this fall is a vote for House Speaker Michael Madigan.
Jackson's opponent, Marcus Lewis, says his comments on mental disorders were misunderstood.
The Second District congressman has been absent from the campaign trail for two months and is having possibly the most difficult year of his career. Can he still win?
Second District Congressional candidate Marcus Lewis did not bite his tongue when discussing U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s recent behavior.
U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s opponent also says he considers political analyst Dick Simpson's election prediction good news.
Despite U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s recent two-month medical leave and eventual bipolar disorder diagnosis, Dick Simpson says the congressman will probably still keep his seat.
Patch surveyed local Democrats and Republicans about the impact of Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan's selection as Mitt Romney's GOP running mate.
Romney touts Ryan's Wisconsin values; says he is an "intellectual leader of the Republican Party." What do local voters think? Share your opinion on Patch.
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