Washington (CNN) – A day after Illinois voters went to the polls, the outcomes for the Democratic and Republican gubernatorial primaries remain unresolved.
On the Democratic side, Gov. Pat Quinn was leading state Comptroller Dan Hynes in a tight race, but Hynes had not conceded as of early Wednesday evening. He has scheduled an 11 a.m. ET news conference Thursday to "make an important announcement."
Later: Hynes concedes
On the Republican side, state Sens. Bill Brady and Kirk Dillard are in a virtual tie with each candidate garnering roughly 20 percent of the votes cast in Tuesday's primary.
Sounds like the SEIU controlled Chicago machine which gave us the idiot president may have losst a little of its corrupt cloutl Hopefully by the time the general elecction rolls around they will have lost more.
Poor pathetic liberals. Always can't admit when your beaten. NObama will lose his seat, as a preview of him losing the White House in 2012.