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Rodney Davis Loses One Democratic Challenger, Gains Another
State legislator Carroll Ammons passed on running

Erik Jones worked as counsel for the House Oversight Committee and the Senate Commerce Committee before moving back to Illinois. (Erik Jones for Congress via Facebook)

One Illinois Democrat passed on running to challenge Republican Rep. Rodney Davis on Monday while another jumped into the race.

State Rep. Caroll Ammons announced she would not run to challenge the Republican congressman in Illinois 13th Congressional District.

State Rep. to Run for Rodney Davis’ Seat
Davis, who has not yet announced, beat last challenger by almost 20 points

Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Ill., is expected to receive a Democratic challenger in state Rep. Carol Ammons. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Democratic State Rep. Carol Ammons is expected to challenge Illinois Rep. Rodney Davis in 2018.

Ammons has not officially announced, but said on her Facebook page that she would make an announcement at a Springfield Women’s March rally on Tuesday, the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette reported.

Gill Seeks to Run Against Davis in Sixth Bid for House
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try try, try, try again

Dr. David Gill narrowly lost to Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Ill., in the second-closest congressional race in 2012. (David Gill Congress)

Dr. David Gill, who has run unsuccessfully for Congress five times announced Tuesday that he’ll make a sixth try against Rep. Rodney Davis.

Gill, an emergency medicine physician, is seeking the Democratic nomination in Illinois’ 13th District against Republican Rep. Rodney Davis.