Last Friday’s announcement by retiring 10th District Congressman John Porter to endorse the candidacy of his former chief of staff and well-connected Washington, D.C. lawyer, Mark Kirk, was unexpected, but historically consistent.

As recently as February 1, Rep. Porter, a Republican, had insisted he would not endorse any of the 11 candidates, including Kirk, in the party’s upcoming primary election.

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