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Elections 2010, IL 11th Stat House

Illinois 2010 Elections: Dan Farley Concedes, Ann Williams Wins John Fritchey’s House Seat


(Chicago, IL) — February 2, 2010. With 78% of precincts reporting, Democratic state representative candidate Dan Farley, a former Cook County assistant state’s attorney, has conceded to former Illinois assistant general Ann Williams in the state House race on Chicago’s north side to succeed State Rep. John Fritchey, according to a source.

Attorney Ed Mullen, a third candidate, was trailing in last place.

Acconding to AP results so far:

  • Ann Williams–45.8%; 4,266–votes
  • Dan Farley–32%;–2,977–votes
  • Ed Mullen–22.2%-2,063

About David Ormsby

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

Discussion

One thought on “Illinois 2010 Elections: Dan Farley Concedes, Ann Williams Wins John Fritchey’s House Seat

  1. Congratulations to Ann Williams. Condolences to Mr. Farley and Mr. Mullen.

    Posted by Phil Krone | February 2, 2010, 9:34 PM

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