2018 General Election Contest Results for Precinct GE0017


Current as of Tuesday, November 20, 2018 11:33 AM
Precinct Statistics
Registered Voters: 1866 Ballots Cast: 1178 Turnout: 63.13%

GOVERNOR & LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR FOR GOVERNOR & LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
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Votes% of Votes

Bruce Rauner/Evelyn Sanguinetti (Republican) 659 55.94%
JB Pritzker/Juliana Stratton (Democratic) 420 35.65%
Grayson Kash Jackson/Sanjeev Mohip (Libertarian) 32 2.72%
William "Sam" McCann/Aaron Merreighn (Conservative) 59 5.01%
Rev. Michael W. Scruggs (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Gregg Moore (Write-In) 0 0.00%
JO 753 (Write-In) 0 0.00%
David Tholin (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Nancy Foster (Write-In) 0 0.00%

ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
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Votes% of Votes

Erika Harold (Republican) 690 58.57%
Kwame Raoul (Democratic) 451 38.29%
Bubba Harsy (Libertarian) 26 2.21%

SECRETARY OF STATE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
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Votes% of Votes

Jason Helland (Republican) 504 42.78%
Jesse White (Democratic) 641 54.41%
Steve Dutner (Libertarian) 21 1.78%

STATE COMPTROLLER FOR STATE COMPTROLLER
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Votes% of Votes

Darlene Senger (Republican) 622 52.80%
Susana A. Mendoza (Democratic) 497 42.19%
Claire Ball (Libertarian) 40 3.40%

STATE TREASURER FOR STATE TREASURER
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Votes% of Votes

Jim Dodge (Republican) 669 56.79%
Michael W. Frerichs (Democratic) 455 38.62%
Michael Leheney (Libertarian) 21 1.78%

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

Randall M. "Randy" Hultgren (Republican) 618 52.46%
Lauren Underwood (Democratic) 553 46.94%

FOR THE 50TH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
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Votes% of Votes

Keith R. Wheeler (Republican) 676 57.39%
James G. Leslie (Democratic) 474 40.24%

KANE COUNTY FOR COUNTY CLERK
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Votes% of Votes

John A. "Jack" Cunningham (Republican) 733 62.22%
Nicolas G. "Nico" Jimenez (Democratic) 417 35.40%

KANE COUNTY FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
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Votes% of Votes

Donald E. Kramer (Republican) 677 57.47%
Ron Hain (Democratic) 465 39.47%

KANE COUNTY FOR COUNTY TREASURER
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Votes% of Votes

David J. Rickert (Republican) 740 62.82%
Jason Snelson (Democratic) 399 33.87%
Precinct Statistics
Registered Voters: 1866 Ballots Cast: 980 Turnout: 52.52%

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 11 FOR MEMBER OF THE COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 11
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Votes% of Votes

John P. Martin (Republican) 582 59.39%
Jody M. Kanikula (Democratic) 356 36.33%
Precinct Statistics
Registered Voters: 1866 Ballots Cast: 198 Turnout: 10.61%

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 13 FOR MEMBER OF THE COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 13
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Votes% of Votes

Steve Weber (Republican) 98 49.49%
Lark Cowart (Democratic) 95 47.98%
Precinct Statistics
Registered Voters: 1866 Ballots Cast: 1178 Turnout: 63.13%

FOR JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 4th SUBCIRCUIT
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Votes% of Votes

Clint Hull (Republican) 912 77.42%

16TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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Votes% of Votes

Thomas M. ("Tom") Hartwell (Republican) 662 56.20%
Michael J. Noland (Democratic) 468 39.73%

APPELLATE COURT JUDGE ROBERT D. MCLAREN SEEKING RETENTION IN OFFICE
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 807 68.51%
No 172 14.60%

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE DONALD C. HUDSON SEEKING RETENTION IN OFFICE
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 820 69.61%
No 164 13.92%

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE JOHN A. BARSANTI SEEKING RETENTION IN OFFICE
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 826 70.12%
No 161 13.67%

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE JOHN G. DALTON SEEKING RETENTION IN OFFICE
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 759 64.43%
No 213 18.08%

KANE COUNTY FOR REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
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Votes% of Votes

Patricia A. Dal Santo (Republican) 922 78.27%

(KANE COUNTY) OPPOSE THE ILLINOIS GENERAL ASSEMBLY INSTITUTING A 1% ANNUAL REAL ESTATE TAX
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 845 71.73%
No 288 24.45%
Precinct Statistics
Registered Voters: 1866 Ballots Cast: 659 Turnout: 35.32%

(CITY OF BATAVIA) SHALL THE CITY OF BATAVIA CEASE TO BE A HOME RULE UNIT
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Votes% of Votes

Yes 166 25.19%
No 457 69.35%