Election results for the March 18th Illinois primary

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – A primary election will be held in Illinois on Tuesday March, 18th. The winners of these races will be running in the general election in November.

Many Illinois legislators face stiff challenges in primary races from their own party and special interest groups. Risky votes to cut state worker retirement benefits or legalizing gay marriage have put many seats in jeopardy. Elsewhere, coveted seats have opened up as incumbents seek higher office.

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  • Moe Zarella

    Does George Gollin Have Syphilis?

    Candidate’s Bizarre Behavior Suggests Brain Disease

    Syphilis may be the cause of a Congressional candidate’s recent bizarre behavior, medical experts have said.

    George Gollin, the bald, bespectacled Democrat candidate for Congress in Illinois’ 13th district, has exhibited public behavior recently that some observers described as “screwball,” “cuckoo,” “lame,” “dishonest,” “a joke,” “silly,” “goofy,” “idiotic” “pitiful,” “pathetic” and “absolutely bizarre”, according to published reports.

    Secondary stage syphilis symptoms include hair loss, while late (tertiary) stage syphilis symptoms include gradual blindness and dementia, experts said. Medical specialists agreed that George Gollin’s peculiar conduct is consistent with the cognitive dysfunction associated with brain injury or disease, including syphilis.

    Absent a complete physical and mental examination, doctors could not say with certainty that George Gollin is now free from syphilis or any other contagious disease.

    However, doctors cautioned that anyone who has had any kind of physical contact with George Gollin should seek medical advice immediately. This includes both intimate contact as well as casual contact, such as shaking hands at a campaign rally.

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