Now with 36 percent of the vote counted, it's Quinn 54 percent, Rauner 44 percent and Grimm 3 percent.
Aaron Schock and John Shimkus declared winners in their Congressional races. No surprises there.
With 43 percent of the vote counted it's Quinn, 52 percent; Rauner, 45 percent, Grimm, 3 percent. There are 5,759 precincts yet to count, about 1,000 in Cook County.
Those results in the 13th District seem to indicate a winning night for Davis, which was expected.
About two hours after polls have closed and only two Illinois counties have completed their count. So, there's a lot more that can happen.
With 21 of 107 precincts reporting in the Illinois Senate 48th District, Manar has 60 percent; Little 40 percent.
With half of the vote counted in the governor's race: Quinn has 842,508 votes or 51 percent; Rauner has 769,025 votes or 46 percent and Grimm has 49,901 votes or 3 percent.
In that governor's race, there are just under 5,000 precincts yet to report, 990 in Cook County. Rauner is still holding 35 percent in Cook County, which most experts thought would give him a win. But experts can be wrong.
Overall, in the 13th Congressional District, Davis is leading Callis, 30,062 to 20,328. That's with 179 out of 605 precincts reporting.
Governor's race tightens: With 5425 precincts reporting out of 10,114 Quinn at 50 percent; Rauner at 47 percent and Grimm at 3 percent. The difference between Quinn and Rauner is just less than 30,000 votes.
Rauner is winning Macon County, 56 to 40 percent.
Downstate votes start to roll in. With 54 percent of the vote counted, Quinn has 926,741 votes or 49 percent; Rauner has 919,966 or 48 percent. That's close, folks.
It's a cliche, but election night is hours of boredom followed by minutes of sheer terror to make deadline.
Rauner takes the lead. With 61 percent of the vote in, Rauner leads by about 15,000 votes. Every indication that this will go down to the wire.
AP reports that Lisa Madigan re-elected as Attorney General. That was expected, she's one of the most popular politicians in the state.
Judy Baar Topinka and Shelia Simon are locked in a tight race for Comptroller. 5,300 votes separate the two with 59 percent of the vote counted.
Corry Gardner, the Republican challenger, defeats Democrat incumbent Mark Udall for Colorado's Senate seat. That a huge win for the Republicans. The GOP needs a net gain of one more seat in order to gain control of the Senate.
So far, 25 counties have completed vote counting. Several are close. The next hour to 90 minutes could determine a lot.
We're now at 71 percent of the vote counted. Rauner is leading 49 to 47 percent over Quinn. Vote totals are: Rauner, 1,167,691; Quinn, 1,119,741.
Treasurer and Comptroller also close. Topinka leads Simon, 49 to 47 percent; Frerichs leads Cross by the same margin.
In the 13rh Congressional District, Davis lead 74,467 (58 percent) to 54,473 (42 percent) for Callis. That's with 403 out of 605 precincts reporting.
I've never understood why, but the last 10 to 20 percent of the vote takes longer to come in than the first 80 percent.