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 Illinois Republican Party Chairman Pat Brady issued the following statement regarding democrat Brad Harriman ending his congressional campaign in Illinois’ 12th Congressional District:
 “My thoughts and prayers go out to Mr. Harriman and his family during this difficult time.  I wish him all the best and a speedy recovery as he seeks medical treatment for his condition.
“Mr. Harriman said that he has, ‘confidence that the democratic county chairman will work together in the most transparent way possible to select a candidate that will continue to fight for the southern Illinois way of life.’  
Brady added:
“It is my hope that the democratic chairman live up to that confidence and select a candidate in the most open and transparent way possible.  The voters in southern Illinois need to be included in this process and hear from any possible replacement directly about his or her views to bring jobs back to southern Illinois. We in the Illinois Republican Party recently completed a candidate replacement process in Illinois’ 13th Congressional District.  That process was carried out and completed in an extremely open and transparent manner.  I am very proud of the way that selection process was handled, and I would ask that the democrat chairman that make up the 12th Congressional District act in the same manner because that is what the voters deserve. “
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