Minn. Recount Continues, Quigley Wins Ill. Seat

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There was a special election in Chicago Monday for the seat vacated by President Obama's chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel. Mike Quiqley won the seat in Illinois's 5th congressional district.

Also, the Minnesota recount plods forth with no clear winner.


Ken Rudin, political editor and Political Junkie blogger for NPR

Mike Quigley, congressman-elect in Ill., and Cook County commissioner

Rachel Stassen-Berger, political reporter for the St. Paul Pioneer Press, and blogger for The Political Animal



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