Vote 2012: Walsh, Duckworth talk with voters in 8th District
November 3, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The candidates in the closely-watched 8th Congressional District race were in the northwest suburbs Saturday talking with voters.
Incumbent Joe Walsh says he's been putting in 15 hour days as Election Day approaches. The Republican faces Tammy Duckworth in the newly redrawn district.
Walsh said he's excited, Saying it's going to be a great election and a close one.
Duckworth says her campaign has switched to its "ground game," working on getting people out to vote.
She says people are out knocking on doors and making calls in these final days of the campaign.
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