CHICAGO (AP) — It’s the final day of campaigning ahead of Election Day.
The candidates running for office are making stops at train stations, diners and airports on Monday.
Illinois’ gubernatorial candidates are traveling statewide on Monday on the last day to appeal to voters ahead of Tuesday. Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn says he has stops planned in Chicago, Rockford, Peoria and Marion.
The appearance in Marion is at 4 p.m. Monday at the Williamson County Airport.
Republican Bruce Rauner will appear with former Republican Gov. Jim Edgar across Illinois.
Also facing re-election is Democratic U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin of Springfield with a challenge from Republican state Sen. Jim Oberweis of Sugar Grove.
A number of congressional matchups, including the race for Illinois’ 12th Congressional district between Mike Bost, Bill Enyart and Paula Bradshaw, are also contested.
Republican Terri Bryant and Democrat Bill Kilquist are seeking Illinois’ 115th House District seat.
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