Thin margin in GOP primary for Jackson Jr.'s seat
CHICAGO (AP) — The margin between the top Republican candidates in the race to replace former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. is still razor thin.
Chicago resident Paul McKinley was leading by 23 votes over Eric Wallace with election officials reviewing provisional ballots.
McKinley is a political newcomer and a former felon who describes himself as a grassroots activist on behalf of ex-offenders.
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