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After heading downstate as a freshman, Duty ended his season at regionals last season.
The winter weather that caused drivers trouble in Kansas City wreaked more havoc downstate as dozens of vehicles crashed and shut down Interstate 44 east of Rolla, Mo.
Kennedy, a businessman, is the most popular candidate downstate, according to the poll.
Meals were provided in the residence halls Monday night and on Tuesday until 5 p.m. For students living downstate, a coach bus will be available to drop students off in Bloomington, Springfield and Fairview Heights.
Earlier in the day, Amelia Love walked up and down the aisle and handed out snacks to the 40-or-so people who boarded a bus that stopped in Portage and Merrillville to go downstate.
In his meetings with Republican activists, Mr. Wilson has pitched himself as a problem-solver who could use his business acumen to help with an ailing economy upstate and aging infrastructure downstate.
In April, downstate-Illinois indie label Polyvinyl released the second album from Louisville power-pop act White Reaper, The World’s Best American Band.
Rating agencies in effect gave downstate Republicans political cover to back the tax increase.
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