Paul Simon Public Policy Institute
Republican candidate Jason Plummer has the name recognition and local ties to the district, but so does Democrat William Enyart.
The survey measured public opinion on ethics and reform. 77 percent of respondents say corruption in Illinois government is widespread.
The last big trial in the case is that of businessman William Cellini, a Springfield Republican dubbed “The Pope” of Illinois politics for his influence in the halls of state power dating back to the 1960s.