2014 General Election Contest Results for Precinct HA0003


Current as of Tuesday, November 18, 2014 04:14 PM
Precinct Statistics
Registered Voters: 1696 Ballots Cast: 789 Turnout: 46.52%

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE 1970 ILLINOIS CONSTITUTION (Section 8.1)
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 540 68.44%
No 206 26.11%

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE 1970 ILLINOIS CONSTITUTION (Section 8)
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 447 56.65%
No 287 36.38%

STATEWIDE ADVISORY QUESTION (MINIMUM WAGE)
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 402 50.95%
No 361 45.75%

STATEWIDE ADVISORY QUESTION (WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE)
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 421 53.36%
No 347 43.98%

STATEWIDE ADVISORY QUESTION (3% TAX)
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 382 48.42%
No 374 47.40%

FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR
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Votes% of Votes

James D. "Jim" Oberweis (Republican) 489 61.98%
Richard J. Durbin (Democratic) 253 32.07%
Sharon Hansen (Libertarian) 34 4.31%

FOR GOVERNOR & LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
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Votes% of Votes

Bruce Rauner/Evelyn Sanguinetti (Republican) 551 69.84%
Pat Quinn/Paul Vallas (Democratic) 212 26.87%
Chad Grimm/Alexander Cummings (Libertarian) 18 2.28%
CHICO PEREZ (Write-In) 0 0.00%
SCOT SOMMERS (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Scott Summers (Write-In) 0 0.00%

FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
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Votes% of Votes

Paul M. Schimpf (Republican) 414 52.47%
Lisa Madigan (Democratic) 343 43.47%
Ben Koyl (Libertarian) 19 2.41%

FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
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Votes% of Votes

Michael Webster (Republican) 362 45.88%
Jesse White (Democratic) 398 50.44%
Christopher Michel (Libertarian) 15 1.90%
SHELDON SCHAFER (Write-In) 0 0.00%
SHELDON SCHAFFER (Write-In) 0 0.00%
SHELDON SHAFER (Write-In) 0 0.00%

FOR COMPTROLLER
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Votes% of Votes

Judy Baar Topinka (Republican) 501 63.50%
Sheila Simon (Democratic) 227 28.77%
Julie Fox (Libertarian) 42 5.32%

FOR TREASURER
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Votes% of Votes

Tom Cross (Republican) 529 67.05%
Michael W. Frerichs (Democratic) 200 25.35%
Matthew Skopek (Libertarian) 30 3.80%

FOR THE 14TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
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Votes% of Votes

Randall M. "Randy" Hultgren (Republican) 548 69.46%
Dennis Anderson (Democratic) 214 27.12%

FOR STATE SENATOR 33RD LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
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Votes% of Votes

Karen McConnaughay (Republican) 651 82.51%

FOR THE 65TH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
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Votes% of Votes

Steven A. Andersson (Republican) 657 83.27%

FOR COUNTY CLERK
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Votes% of Votes

John A."Jack" Cunningham (Republican) 659 83.52%

FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
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Votes% of Votes

Donald E. Kramer (Republican) 557 70.60%
Willie M. Mayes, Sr. (Democratic) 196 24.84%

FOR COUNTY TREASURER
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Votes% of Votes

David J. Rickert (Republican) 660 83.65%

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 9 FOR MEMBER OF THE COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 9
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Votes% of Votes

Thomas (T.R.) Smith (Republican) 648 82.13%

KANE COUNTY FOR REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
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Votes% of Votes

Patricia A. Dal Santo (Republican) 650 82.38%

2ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT FOR JUDGE OF THE APPELLETE COURT 2ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT
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Votes% of Votes

Michael J. Burke (Republican) 642 81.37%

FOR JUDGE OF THE JUDICIAL COURT 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 3rd SUBCIRCUIT
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Votes% of Votes

Donald (D.J.) Tegeler (Republican) 638 80.86%

FOR JUDGE OF THE JUDICIAL COURT 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 3rd SUBCIRCUIT
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Votes% of Votes

James C. Hallock (Republican) 638 80.86%

APPELLATE COURT JUDGE Susan Fayette Hutchinson SEEKING RETENTION IN OFFICE
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 504 63.88%
No 175 22.18%

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE Joseph M. Grady SEEKING RETENTION IN OFFICE
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 490 62.10%
No 164 20.79%

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE Judy Brawka SEEKING RETENTION IN OFFICE
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 478 60.58%
No 178 22.56%

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE James R. Murphy SEEKING RETENTION IN OFFICE
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 491 62.23%
No 166 21.04%

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE John A. Noverini SEEKING RETENTION IN OFFICE
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 487 61.72%
No 176 22.31%