Former Gov. Pat Quinn (D), who current incumbent Bruce Rauner (R) unseated in 2014, was attempting a political comeback in running for the open Attorney General’s position. But, he failed on Tuesday night to advance into the general election. State Sen. Kwame Raoul (D-Chicago) defeated Mr. Quinn 30-27% to claim the Democratic nomination and becomes the heavy favorite to win the general election to replace retiring four-term Attorney General Lisa Madigan (D).
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