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Topic - Nancy Dinardo
Candidates for Illinois governor are linking their opponents to convicted previous governors.
Every move that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton makes in the final weeks of the prolonged presidential primary shapes her legacy and will determine how united the Democratic Party can be in the fall.
Nancy DiNardo said she filed a complaint on Wednesday with the Federal Election Commission.
"I had hoped that by the end, one candidate or the other would be able to break into the other's base of support," she said, adding that she is optimistic that the party will come together eventually.