• SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Patrick J. Quinn’s call Thursday for a special election in two years to fill the comptroller’s office has been met with political opposition. But Republicans looking to keep control of the office after the death last week of Judy Baar Topinka have more than the party line to put up as a barrier.
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