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The Sun-Times chose not to invite Arthur Jones to meet with our editorial board as part of its endorsement process.

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At least two potential write-in candidates have emerged to try to drain votes from the GOP nominee in the Illinois 3rd congressional district, a Holocaust denier, anti-Semite and white supremacist.


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