The primary is three weeks from today. In the 14th congressional district, the Republican primary race is clearly a 2-person race between Jim Oberweis and Sue Rezin, as campaign spending and internal polling reveals.
The other 5 candidates are on the ballot, but the best they can do is play spoiler since all but one, Ted Gradel, have very little money. And all Gradel’s money will do is play spoiler, too.
So who will finish 1st in the 14th in 3 weeks? Oberweis or Rezin?
I am very curious how many people have early voted so far in Illinois and if there are lots waiting to see who might drop out after Super Tuesday. I went to early vote the day after the last Dem debate and was told early voting was very slow in my neck of the woods.
- Grandson of Man - Tuesday, Feb 25, 20 @ 10:06 am:
Pretty spoiled about Illinois pro sports, with Chicago championships, and having winning withdrawal. Must have winning. Looking forward the White Sox season that’s full of promise for the future.
“With zero percent of votes counted, nobody has won the election!” –Newsies hyping Election 2020.
Winning Chicago teams? Most likely not the Bears; Pace spoke today of Mitch’s skills and development; compared Mitch to Drew Breeze(??); Pace is delusional or lying about Mitch’s future.
As for Spring coming, that’s after my flowers try to sprout, then it snows again.
Thankful the storm has been downgraded, spring is almost here.
Unless you’re in Springfield or elsewhere particularly east-northeast. At least 2-4 inches expected by tomorrow afternoon in Springfield; at least 3-6 in Bloomington. Springfield already had less than an inch of a heavy wet, slushy snow–with the biggest flakes I’ve ever seen–during this morning’s commute.
- SouthernCentrist - Tuesday, Feb 25, 20 @ 10:45 am:
Rod’s ARDC hearing to try to keep his law license was this morning. Didn’t bother to show up, which is an aggravating factor in punishment. Couldn’t argue against the fact that he was convicted, but sent his criminal defense lawyer to… argue against his convictions.