CHICAGO (WLS) -- Illinois voters headed to the polls Tuesday for the primary election to select their candidates for governor, Secretary of State, and a host of other federal, state and local offices.
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Incumbent candidate JB Pritzker won the Democratic nomination for governor. State Senator Darren Bailey is projected won the Republican nomination for governor.
Republican Illinois governor candidates were the closest watched race of the night, but there are also primary elections for the U.S. House, Senate, Illinois state House and Senate, Secretary of State, local offices, and judgeships as well.
According to ABC News, Sean Casten is projected to win the Democratic nomination in the 6th Congressional District.
According to ABC News, Delia Ramirez is projected to win the Democratic nomination in the 3rd Congressional District.
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Illinois Primary Election full coverage
Illinois governor candidates
Darren Bailey wins Republican nomination for governor
Governor JB Pritzker wins Democratic nomination for 2nd term
U.S. House and Senate Races
Here are some of the key Congressional race results after Tuesday's Illinois primary.
Jonathan Jackson wins Democratic nomination in 1st District, AP projects
Delia Ramirez claims victory in newly redrawn 3rd Congressional District
Rep. Sean Casten defeats Rep. Marie Neman in 6th District
Rep. Mary Miller projected to win 15th District GOP race
Salvi wins GOP nomination to take on Duckworth in Senate
Danny Davis wins Democratic nomination for U.S. House in Illinois' 7th Congressional District.
U.S. Rep. Danny Davis, projected to win the Illinois 7th District Democratic House nomination, called on his party to unite.
Illinois state offices
Valencia concedes to Giannoulias in Secretary of State race
Chicago sees low voting turnout, 56 polling places didn't open on time