Aurora Election Commission Results

Kane County 2012 General Election Contest Results for Precinct BB0004


Current as of Tuesday, November 27, 2012 05:26 PM
FEDERAL
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1318 Turnout: 79.88%

FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
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Votes% of Votes

MITT ROMNEY PAUL RYAN (Republican) 787 59.71%
BARACK OBAMA JOE BIDEN (Democratic) 506 38.39%
GARY JOHNSON JAMES P. GRAY (Libertarian) 14 1.06%
JILL STEIN HOWIE HAWKINS (Green ) 4 0.30%
Michael W. Hawkins (MW) (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Paul Chehade (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Steve McAllister (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Barbara A. Prokopich (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Cecil James Roth (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Dennis Knill (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Stephen Durham/Christina Lopez (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Beverly Simmons-Miller (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Jill Reed/Tom Cary (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Joann Brewogel (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Mary Ann T. Segal (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Nelson Lee Keyton, Jr. (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Tom Hoefling (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Jonathan D. Ellis (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Richard Duncan (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Virgil Goode/Jim Clymer (Write-In) 0 0.00%
Darrell Hykes (Write-In) 0 0.00%
FOURTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1318 Turnout: 79.88%

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FOURTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
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Votes% of Votes

RANDY M. HULTGREN (Republican) 857 65.02%
DENNIS ANDERSON (Democratic) 417 31.64%
STATE OF ILLINOIS
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1315 Turnout: 79.70%

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE 1970 ILLINOIS CONSTITUTION Explanation of Amendment
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Votes% of Votes

YES 705 53.61%
NO 406 30.87%
TWENTY-FIFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1315 Turnout: 79.70%

FOR STATE SENATOR TWENTY-FIFTH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
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Votes% of Votes

JIM OBERWEIS (Republican) 835 63.50%
CORINNE M. PIEROG (Democratic) 424 32.24%
FIFTIETH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1315 Turnout: 79.70%

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY FIFTIETH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT
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Votes% of Votes

KAY HATCHER (Republican) 838 63.73%
ANDREW BERNARD (Democratic) 404 30.72%
KANE COUNTY
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1315 Turnout: 79.70%

FOR CIRCUIT CLERK
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Votes% of Votes

THOMAS M. "TOM" HARTWELL (Republican) 857 65.17%
EDMUND JAMES NENDICK (Democratic) 380 28.90%

FOR COUNTY RECORDER
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Votes% of Votes

SANDY WEGMAN (Republican) 852 64.79%
BRENDA RODGERS (Democratic) 379 28.82%

FOR STATES ATTORNEY
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Votes% of Votes

JOSEPH H. McMAHON (Republican) 1074 81.67%

FOR COUNTY AUDITOR
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Votes% of Votes

TERRY HUNT (Republican) 1077 81.90%

FOR COUNTY CORONER
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Votes% of Votes

L. ROBERT (ROB) RUSSELL (Republican) 841 63.95%
TAO MARTINEZ (Democratic) 381 28.97%

FOR COUNTY BOARD CHAIRMAN
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Votes% of Votes

CHRIS LAUZEN (Republican) 866 65.86%
SUE KLINKHAMER (Democratic) 378 28.75%
REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS (KANE)
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1315 Turnout: 79.70%

FOR REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS (KANE)
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Votes% of Votes

PATRICIA A. DAL SANTO (Republican) 1076 81.83%
COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 18
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1315 Turnout: 79.70%

FOR MEMBER OF THE COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 18
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Votes% of Votes

ANDREW E. "DREW" FRASZ (Republican) 877 66.69%
KERRI A. BRANSON (Democratic) 350 26.62%
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1318 Turnout: 79.88%

FOR JUDGE OF THE APPELLATE COURT
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Votes% of Votes

JOE BIRKETT (Republican) 1077 81.71%
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1315 Turnout: 79.70%

FOR JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
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Votes% of Votes

JOHN A. BARSANTI (Republican) 1068 81.22%

DONALD C. HUDSON
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Votes% of Votes

YES 925 70.34%
NO 138 10.49%

THOMAS E. MUELLER
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Votes% of Votes

YES 907 68.97%
NO 134 10.19%
KANE COUNTY
Registered Voters: 1650 Ballots Cast: 1315 Turnout: 79.70%

ADVISORY PUBLIC QUESTION
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Votes% of Votes

YES 932 70.87%
NO 280 21.29%