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Who voted for Arthur J. Jones the neo-Nazi Republican candidate for Illinois's 3rd congressional district?

Everyone Or to be more accurate, everyone who voted, as your own link suggests, Mr Jones was the ONLY candidate in the Republican primary. This Article from the New York Times may put it in more ...
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Why does Illinois have over 8000 administrative divisions? Was there any official rationale for the huge expansion of local governments?

Short Answer Municipalities and many kinds of special districts are created by property owners, usually led by a real estate developer, not approved by state government except with a general ...
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Who voted for Arthur J. Jones the neo-Nazi Republican candidate for Illinois's 3rd congressional district?

In descending order, the primary voters were: Some lifelong primary party voters just want their voices heard, but maybe based on past experience feel they don't really need to know all that much ...
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How much will Illinois lose if the Multi-state Lottery Association pulls out?

From your link: The Sun-Times says Illinois reported $99 million in Mega Millions sales and $208 million in Powerball sales in 2016. About 40 percent of each comes back to Illinois in revenue. ...
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Illinois Presidential primaries

This can be a bit confusing. When you vote in many states, you are voting for a candidate as well as any delegates to be sent to the party convention. What's weird here is that these people tell you ...
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Does the Republican party have any means to prevent Arthur Jones from running as a Republican in the Illinois election?

It depends on what you mean by "Republican Party." If you mean the Party County Chairperson, or some other official of the party, then no. This is a good thing, it prevents the local Party bosses ...
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