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  • Forbes keeps 4th Congressional District seat

    Forbes keeps 4th Congressional District seat
    Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Chesapeake, will remain in Washington for another two years. Challenges from two young candidates from the western portion of the 4th Congressional District were not enough to unseat the Republican. The complete unofficial results:...
  • Madigan, White win; treasurer's race too close to call

    Madigan, White win; treasurer's race too close to call
    Three Illinois executive office holders declared early victories Tuesday night. Voters favored well-known, long-serving Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Secretary of State Jesse White, both Democrats, over their rookie Republican challengers. In...
  • Some Changes In Hartford Area State Representative Seats

    Some Changes In Hartford Area State Representative Seats
    Unofficial results on Tuesday showed there were a few upsets, but mostly the return of incumbents to the state House and Senate. House District 1 For the third time, Democrat Matthew Ritter won the 1st House District, defeating Republican Kenneth...
  • Some hints of a last minute break to Gillespie

    That wave that Ed Gillespie spoke off after filling up on waffles at Angelo's on J. Clyde for his last day of campaigning was a real thing -- or so this tidbit from Christopher Newport University's Quentin Kidd suggests. Kidd and his student pollsters...
  • U.S. Rep. Courtney Declares Victory In 2nd House District Race

    U.S. Rep. Courtney Declares Victory In 2nd  House District Race
    U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney won a fifth term in the U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday in a race against Republican opponent Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh, a New London real estate broker. Speaking before a small crowd of supporters in Norwich about 10:15 p.m.,...
  • Warner edges Gillespie by less than 1 percentage point

    Warner edges Gillespie by less than 1 percentage point
    ARLINGTON – U.S. Sen. Mark Warner was re-elected by a razor-thin margin of less than one percentage point Tuesday in a race that polls had predicted him winning handily. At 8:40 a.m. Wednesday, the unofficial results from the State Board of...
  • Rauner, Quinn out of sight day after election

    Rauner, Quinn out of sight day after election
    A day after Republican Bruce Rauner claimed victory in the Illinois governor race, both the challenger and Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn remained out of the public eye as each team tries to figure out its next move. Quinn has not conceded defeat and...
  • Forget fans, ads: Look at records in governor's race

    Forget fans, ads: Look at records in governor's race
    Our governor's race has already made national news for being one of the nation's nastiest and costliest. Last week, we added stupidest ... in true Florida style. A two-man debate proceeded with just one man on stage for about five minutes while the...
  • Nearly 50 Percent Of East Hartford Voters Cast Ballots

    Nearly 50 Percent Of East Hartford Voters Cast Ballots
    EAST HARTFORD — Nearly 50 percent of eligible East Hartford voters turned out at the polls Tuesday, electing state representatives and a new probate judge. Of 25,531 registered voters, 12,205, or 47.8 percent, voted, according figures from the...
  • 8 takeaways from Rick Scott's win over Charlie Crist

    8 takeaways from Rick Scott's win over Charlie Crist
    Republicans are celebrating Gov. Rick Scott's narrow re-election victory, while Charlie Crist and the Democrats are left to dissect what went wrong. Whenever there's such a tight result — 48.2 percent for Scott, 47.0 for Crist — there's...
  • Illinois candidates reveal all

    Illinois candidates reveal all
    "Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us," the Tribune Editorial Board asked the candidates in the Illinois general election. They did not disappoint. Meet the gearheads, hockey nuts, conga players and powerlifters who were on the ballot...