Two of the Republican presidential hopefuls are campaigning full-time in Illinois on the eve of the state's primary. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has events scheduled today in Peoria and Springfield. He'll also be talking about the economy at the University of Chicago. That's where President Barack Obama used to teach law. Rival Rick Santorum will be making stops in East Peoria, Rockford, and Moline. He also has an appearance planned in Dixon, the boyhood home of Ronald Reagan.
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