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    Candidates line up outside the State Board of Elections in Springfield on Nov. 27. [Ben Szalinski/The Daily Line] 

    Illinois Republicans are hoping to make a dent in Democrats’ large supermajority in the General Assembly in 2024, though the party also faces natural headwinds that traditionally favor Democrats in years voters will also cast a ballot for president of the United States. 

    Across the aisle, Democrats are eying new pick-up opportunities to boost the supermajority in districts currently held by Republicans but where Democrats running for statewide offices have performed well

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