Wednesday, November 7, 2012
How Will County voted for county board seats, county positions and state and national races.
Circuit Clerk: Incumbent and Democrat Pam McGuire was re-elected, taking in 139,036 votes. Her opponent, Republican Marlene Carlson received 101,947 votes. Recorder of Deeds: It was a close race all night for this county position. Republican challenger Laurie McPhillips held the position before current Recorder Karen A. Stukel. Stukel, a Democrat, was re-elected with 125,140 votes. McPhillips earned 114,912 votes. Auditor: This one was also close. Incumbent and Democrat Duffy Blackburn was narrowly re-elected over Republican challenger Mark Batinick. Blackburn had 120,684 votes; Batinick received 113,414 votes. Coroner: In one of the most commanding leads of a county seat, incumbent and Democrat Patrick K. O'Neil led Republican …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Find coverage of the various congressional matchups throughout the Patch network.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
While many of northern Illinois' congressional races left little in the way of doubt, a few provided down-to-the-wire drama and competitiveness. Judy Biggert and Bill Foster were in a dead heat as Election Day approached, with Foster emerging victorious, according to unofficial totals. And Joe Walsh and Tammy Duckworth engaged in a bitter mudfest, with Walsh being tossed out by voters. Jesse Jackson Jr. didn't campaign at all, citing health issues, yet won-reelection, and Adam Kinzinger, Dan Lipinski, Danny Davis and Peter Roskam didn't feel they had to. Coverage of the various congressional races can be viewed throughout the Patch network.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Follow along live as the March 20 primary election results roll in. We will have results from the GOP presidential primary down to local referendum questions. After the polls close we'll update you with the latest results.
Election judges at various Tinley Park polling places expressed disappointment Tuesday at what they believed was a low voter turnout. Brian Fox, who has served as a judge for 20 years, was among them. He said around 3 p.m. that 89 of precinct 57's 976 voters had showed up to cast their ballots. "It's the primary, too, so I sensed it might be this way," he said while working the polling place at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2791"We used to have two precincts here and now we only have the one, so we've been directing people elsewhere for part of the day." Regardless of the turnouts, we're here to keep you updated on the results. Vote totals will be continuously update throughout the evening. Visit Tinley Park Patch Election Central for …
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
We'll be updating the results of the April 5 election throughout the night.
Updated 10:33 a.m., April 6 To see the results for Tinley Park village, park and library positions, click here. To see the results for Tinley Park's grade school districts, click here. Bremen Community High School District 228 (Tinley Park High School) Consolidated High School District 230 (Andrew High School) Lincoln-Way High School District 210 (Lincoln-Way North High School) All results are preliminary. Numbers are from the Cook County Clerk's Office and the Will County Clerk's Office. Candidates with no profile page did not return candidate questionnaires.