(KFVS) - According to the Associated Press, Attorney and former Miss America Erika Harold wins Republican primary for Illinois attorney general .
Former Gov. Pat Quinn concedes the Democratic primary for Illinois attorney general to state Sen. Kwame Raoul.
Incumbent Lisa Madigan announced she is not seeking re-election.
Erika Harold is an attorney and a former Republican candidate for the 13th congressional seat. She was also Miss Illinois in 2002 and Miss America in 2003. According to her campaign website, "(She) recently selected to the 2017 Emerging Lawyers list and was recognized in the categories of commercial litigation, civil rights/constitutional law."
Gary Grasso is an attorney, a former mayor in Burr Ridge, Ill. and is currently on the DuPage County board. According to his website, "For 39-years (Grasso) has been a litigator in Illinois, representing an array of plaintiff and defendant individuals."
Pat Quinn was the 41st governor of the state. He took office when former Governor Rod Blagojevich was impeached in 2009. He then was elected to a full term in 2010. He then lost his re-election bid to current governor Bruce Rauner in 2014. Quinn states on his campaign website, "As Attorney General, I'll stand up to Donald Trump's unconstitutional policies that hurt Illinois families. I'll fight on behalf of consumers against unfair practices of the big utility companies and the big banks. I'll be a lawyer for the people."