Candidates campaigns go down to the wire on election eve

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Candidates for governor in Illinois are campaigning hard in the final hours before Tuesday's election.

Gov Pat Quinn and his Republican challenger Bruce Rauner had events in the Chicago area Monday night.

Polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday.

WGN's Tom Negovan has more on how the candidates spent Election Eve.

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  • Lashonda joness

    Why is it wrong for me to vote for mr Rauner. Because I’m black and female I have been told Quinn is my only option. I feel like. Quinn tried and failed and time to give the other party a chance.

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