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Election Conversation in Palatine

We're now a little more than six weeks away from the February 2010 primary elections in Illinois. The ballot includes tight races for governor, U.S. senator, Congress and the state legislature. In the first of what will be an occasional series on WBEZ, we now bring you an election conversation we're calling No Politicians Allowed. We're talking to voters, and this week we're talking to voters in northwest suburban Palatine.

We picked Palatine to start our election conversations because it's among the most politically balanced sections of Democratic-dominated Cook County. In the last primary election, the Democrat/Republican split in Palatine Township was about 60-40.

How about you? If you belong to a politically diverse group in the Chicago area, and want Sam to come bother you and your friends with his incessant questions, send an email to 848@chicagopublicradio.org. Please put "election conversation" in the subject line.

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