Illinois Republican Party officials will vote May 19 replace the retiring Congressman Tim Johnson on the November ballot in Illinois' 13th District. Four candidates competing for the nomination gathered at a forum Saturday. Party Chairmen in the district will have to choose between two candidates who focus on what the country needs and two others who focus on winning, no matter what they have to say.The field (in order left to right in accompanying photo):Kathy Wassink - 9/12 activist and businesswoman. Erika Harold - Chicago lawyer and former Miss AmericaRodney Davis - Congressional staffer and state party insider. Jerry Clarke - Congressional aide, Army Reserve Officer, and unsuccessful campaign managerGrassroots activists would support enthusiastically either Wassink or Harold. Wassink is more outspoken and sure of her positions on issues, while Harold is more eloquent and prepared. Neither Davis nor Clarke would attract grassroots support outside their immediate circles.Clarke, coming out for Project Labor Agreements for government contracts, has no business being in any legislature.