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Gubernatorial Democratic candidate Pat Quinn shakes hands and answers reporters' questions during a visit to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV0000006" title="Metra" href="/topic/transportation/public-transportation/metra-ORGOV0000006.topic">Metra</a> Station at Randolph Street and Michigan Avenue on Wednesday. Quinn this morning called on <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV0000005" title="Democratic Party" href="/topic/politics/parties-movements/democratic-party-ORGOV0000005.topic">Democrats</a> to get behind his campaign for governor, but stopped short of calling on rival state Comptroller <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007423" title="Dan Hynes" href="/topic/politics/dan-hynes-PEPLT007423.topic">Dan Hynes</a> to give up while votes are still being counted in their tight primary contest.

( Tribune photo by Alex Garcia / February 3, 2010 )

Gubernatorial Democratic candidate Pat Quinn shakes hands and answers reporters' questions during a visit to Metra Station at Randolph Street and Michigan Avenue on Wednesday. Quinn this morning called on Democrats to get behind his campaign for governor, but stopped short of calling on rival state Comptroller Dan Hynes to give up while votes are still being counted in their tight primary contest.

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