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Illinois 2010 Elections-Governor: Each Party-GOP, Dems and Greens Have a Primary; 13-Men, 0-Women File

(Springfield, IL) — November 3, 2009. There are 13 candidates who filed petitions to run for Illinois governor in 2010. Each party–the Republicans, the Democrats and the Greens have a primary.

  • There are 13 men, 0 women candidates.
  • There are 7 Republicans, 4 Democrats, and 2 Greens
  • There are 6 candidates from Chicago–3 Democrats, 2 Republicans, and 1 one Green.
  • There are 4 candidates from DuPage County–all Republicans and 2 from Hinsdale.
  • There are 2 candidates from downstate Illinois–Bloomington and Cardbondale.

Here they are:


  • Adam Andrzejewski (Hinsdale)
  • Bill Brady (Bloomington)
  • Kirk Dillard (Hinsdale)
  • Bob Schillerstrom (Naperville)
  • Dan Proft (Chicago)
  • Jim Ryan (Elmhurst)
  • Andy McKenna (Chicago)


  • Dan Hynes (Chicago)
  • Pat Quinn (Chicago)
  • William “Dock” Walls (Chicago)
  • Ed Scanlan (Oak Park)


  • Rich Whitney (Carbondale)
  • Richard Mayers (Chicago)

About David Ormsby

David, a public relations consultant and Huffington Post blogger, is an ex-Press Secretary of the Illinois Democratic Party.


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