The local unofficial results from the Feb. 2, 2010 primary election. Winners names are in bold.
Links to local and regional sites with election results
A pair of Republicans, Randall M. â€œRandyâ€ Hultgren of Winfield, and Ethan A. Hastert of Elburn, run in the only opposed primary in the race. Additionally, incumbent Democrat Bill Foster of Batavia is running unopposed, as is Green Party challenger Daniel J. Kairis of South Elgin.
Sugar Grove Village President Sean P. Michels of Sugar Grove is challenging incumbent State Sen. Chris Lauzen of Aurora in the Republican primary for the 25th State Senate District. Running unopposed in the primary is Democratic challenger Leslie N. Juby of Geneva.
Three Republican candidates are running for State Representative in the 50th District, incumbent Kay Hatcher of Yorkville, and challengers Keith R. Wheeler of Oswego and Bob McQuillan of Geneva. Democratic challenger Linda Healy of Aurora is running unopposed.
Challenger Melisa Taylor of Sugar Grove is running against Republican incumbent Bill Wyatt of Aurora to represent the 5th District on the Kane County Board. There are no other candidates in any other parties running in the primary.
A pair of Republicans are running against each other to fill the R. Peter Grometer vacancy in the 16th Judicial Circuit.
A pair of Republican candidates for Kane County Sheriff, L. Robert Russell and Donald E. Kramer, will face each other on Feb. 2 for the chance to run against Democratic incumbent Pat Perez, who is running unopposed in the primary election.
A pair of Republicans, incumbent Bob Kudlicki and challenger Thomas (T.R.) Smith, are running against each other to represent District 25 on the Kane County Board in the primary on Tuesday, Feb. 2. There is no Democrat running for this seat.
Seven candidates in total are running for the Kane County vacancy in the 16th Judicial Circuitâ€”five Republican candidates will run to see who will face the winner of a two-person Democratic race.
Incumbent Kane County Treasurer David J. Rickert will face challenger Bob Kovanic in the primary election on Tuesday, Feb. 2. No one is running in the Democratic race.
SUGAR GROVEâ€”The Sugar Grove Public Library will go to voters for a tenth time to ask for an increase in the operating-tax rate to pay for the operation of the new building, which opened in August 2009.