Walk-in candidates–those unchallenged in either primary or general election–are set to stroll through Tuesday to take 58 of the Illinois General Assembly’s 177 seats in the 2018 elections. Candidates who walk into office, rather than run for it, account for a third of seats, more than any other type of candidate in the state’s legislative races.

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