Now that the Alabama and Mississippi Republican primaries are over, the candidates are setting their sights on the next big state: Illinois. Except for the densely populated area around Chicago, Illinois tends to be a fairly conservative state. With 69 delegates up for grabs and a chance to criticize President Obama on his home turf, the candidates will likely continue to ramp up their rhetoric to sway Midwestern voters. Pat Fee is the second vice president of the Illinois GOP Women and a candidate for the Illinois State House of Representative in the 84th District. She was a delegate for Mitt Romney in the last election.
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