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At 98 Percent, Governor’s Primaries Too Close to Call

Gov. Pat Quinn and Comptroller Dan Hynes were in a near-dead heat for the Democratic nomination. With 98 percent of precincts reporting, Quinn had 437,327 votes to Hynes' 432,422.

The Republican contest was similarly close. With 98 percent of precincts reporting, state Sen. Bill Brady had 154,134, or 21 percent, to 152,038, or 20 percent, for Senate colleague Kirk Dillard, and 141,396, or 19 percent, for former GOP state chairman Andy McKenna.

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