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The Seventh Circuit ruled in favor of former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan in a suit brought by an opponent who accused him of placing “stooge” candidates on the Democratic primary ballot to divide the Hispanic vote and ensure his victory.

CHICAGO — The Seventh Circuit ruled in favor of former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan in a suit brought by an opponent who accused Madigan of placing “stooge” candidates on the Democratic primary ballot to divide the Hispanic vote and ensure his victory.

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