Governor Quinn Concedes Election
Finally after a majority of the precincts have reported, Governor Pat Quinn has conceded in the Illinois governor's race against Republican Bruce Rauner.
According to WREX.COM, Rauner had a nearly 5 percentage point lead over Quinn with 99 percent of precincts reporting. The businessman declared victory on election night.
Quinn has waited to concede before. In 1998, he took a month before conceding to Mary Lou Kearns in the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor.
If you voted, congratulations. If you didn't, you'll have to wait for another few years.