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Donald P. DeWitte | Photo provided by legislative website for Sen. DeWitte

Illinois Senate 33rd District Republican nominee: Donald P. DeWitte

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Republican incumbent Donald DeWitte faces Democrat Nancy Zettler in the Illinois Senate race in the 33rd district.

The Chicago Sun-Times invited both candidates to appear before our editorial board and sent all candidates running for the Illinois Senate a list of questions to find out their views on a range of important issues facing the state of Illinois.

DeWitte did not participate in the Sun-Times endorsement process or submit a completed questionnaire.


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