Rauner wins Republican nomination

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Bruce Rauner will face incumbent Pat Quinn in the race to become the next governor of Illinois.

With all votes counted in the state, Rauner had 40% of all votes with more than 323,100 ballots cast in his favor.

The next-closest candidate in the Republican primary was Kirk Dillard, who had 37% - more than 301,800 votes – cast for him.

Bill Brady conceded after he had just 15% of the votes, and state treasurer Dan Rutherford had 8% of votes cast.

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