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In this case “dry” means “uninteresting.” Turnout for the Illinois primary was up only slightly.
(photo credit: John Gress/Getty Images caption: CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 20: A voter prepares to cast his vote in the state primary at a laundramat March 20, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois. Republican presidential candidates spent the week campaigning leading up to the stateâ€™s primary elections, when 54 GOP delegates are up for grabs. With former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in the lead on delegates, fellow candidate, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum continues to compete for the 1,444 necessary to secure the nomination before the last primary, in Utah on June 26.)
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