Illinois was pegged as a pivotal win for GOP presidential hopefuls. Mitt Romney won big, but there were very few surprises in state elections. Carol Marin and her panel have the details.
2012 Local Elections - March Primaries
Exclusive interviews and questionnaires with each candidate.
8th District (D) - Candidates appeared on Chicago Tonight 3/7/12
10th District (D) - Candidates appeared on Chicago Tonight 3/8/12
16th District (R) - Candidates appeared on Chicago Tonight 3/12/12
2nd District (D) - Candidates appeared on Chicago Tonight 3/13/12
See interactive maps of all the changes to Illinois legislative districts.
We're joined by winners of the contentious 8th and 10th Congressional primaries. They talk general election strategy and more.
Illinois voters are weighing in on presidential nominees in the Republican primary, and congressional and legislative races. Elizabeth Brackett reports.
Democratic: Bobby Rush, Clifford M. Russell, Jr., Jordan Sims, Fred Smith, Raymond M. Lodato, Harold Bailey; Republican: Frederick Collins, Donald E. Peloquin, Jimmy Lee Tillman II
Democratic: Daniel Lipinski, Farah Baqai; Republican: Arthur J. Jones, Richard L. Grabowski, Jim Falvey
Democratic: Mike Quigley; Republican: Dan Schmitt
Democratic: Jacques A. Conway, Danny K. Davis; no Republican candidates
Democratic: Jan Schakowsky, Simon Ribeiro; Republican: Timothy C. Wolfe, Susanne Atanus
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Tuesday night marked the end of an undoubtedly contentious primary season in Illinois. Learn more about how it all went down.
Welcome to Chicago Tonight’s online coverage of the 2012 congressional primaries. Chicago Tonight is your go-to source for information, and we’ve pulled together a variety of resources to help you be better informed about your congressional candidates.
Democratic: Jesse Jackson, Jr., Debbie Halvorson; Republican: James Taylor, Sr., Brian Woodworth
Democratic: Luis V. Gutierrez,
Jorge Zavala; Republican: Hector Concepcion
Democratic: Leslie Coolidge, Geoffrey Petzel, Maureen Yates,
Tim Ritter; Republican: Peter J. Roskam
Democratic: Raja Krishnamoorthi, Tammy Duckworth; Republican:
Richard Evans, Joe Walsh, Robert Gregory Canfield
Democratic: Vivek Bavda, Brad Schneider, Ilya Sheyman, John Tree,
Aloys Rutagwibira; Republican: Robert Dold