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KIRK, RUSH FEND OFF STRONG BALLOT CHALLENGES
[CHICAGO SPORTS FINAL Edition]
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Congressional elections -- Illinois; Primaries & caucuses; Election results
Author: Susan Kuczka and Flynn McRoberts, Tribune Staff Writers Tribune staff writers Monica Davey and Raoul Mowatt contributed to this report
Date: Mar 22, 2000
Start Page: 1
Section: METRO CHICAGO
Abstract (Document Summary)

Down the lakefront on Chicago's South Side, 1st Congressional District incumbent Bobby Rush won re-election, fighting off a strong challenge in the Democratic primary from state Sen. Barack Obama. Unofficial results showed Rush, who did as well in the district's suburbs as he did in his city base, beating Obama by a 2-1 ratio.

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