Two Republican candidates face each other in the Tuesday, March 20, primary election. The winner will face Democrat Tao Martinez, who is running unopposed, in the general election this fall.
Three Republican candidates are competing in the Tuesday, March 20, primary to represent the party in the general election this fall. Democratic candidate Edmund James Nendick is running unopposed.
In the race to represent the 25th District of the Illinois State Senate, three Republicans face each other while two Democrats pair off. The winners of their respective primary elections on Tuesday, March 20, will face each other in the general election this fall.
Two Republicans and two Democrats will face their respective party opponent in the primary election on Tuesday, March 20. The winner of each primary will run against each other in the general election this fall.
Three Republicans will face each other in the primary election on Tuesday, March 20. No Democrat candidate filed for the primary election.
KANE COUNTY—Voters in unincorporated Kane County will vote on a referendum in March that would authorize the county to contract with an electricity provider for residents and small commercial retail customers outside municipalities in Kane County.
Voters may allow village to seek bids to lower electricity rates
MAPLE PARK—At a special informational presentation on Tuesday night for the residents of Maple Park, the village brought in Bill McMahon of the Progressive Energy Group, who spoke regarding the upcoming referendum for Municipal Energy Aggregation.
ELBURN—On the March 20 ballot, voters will be asked whether or not to authorize the village of Elburn to levy a new tax.
KANE COUNTY—Kane County Clerk John A. Cunningham is reminding Kane County residents that Tuesday, Feb. 21, is the last day to register to vote for the March 20 general primary.
Results from the Tuesday, April 5, 2011 election.
Kane County—Kane County voters who observe or experience voting problems or irregularities during the Tuesday, April 5, consolidated election should call the Kane County State’s Attorney’s office to report the problems.
Candidates: Michael J. Fagel, John J. Guddendorf Jr., John Shea Lehman Jr., Ronald C. Hain
Note: Voters can select up to two candidates.
Candidates: David Paluch, Kevin Geary, Mari Johnson, Mark Buschbacher
Note: Voters can select up to three candidates.
Candidates: James R. Feece, Christopher Garon, Brian Schopp
Note: Voters can select one candidate.
Candidates: Tony Valente, Joe Oberweis, Teresa Witt, Deborah L. Grant, Patrick M. Denlinger, Gale E. Pavlak, Pedro Rivas
Note: Voters can vote for four candidates; up to three who reside in Sugar Grove Township, and up to three who reside in Blackberry Township.
Candidates: Richard C. Garcia, Audrey Symowicz, William C. Grabarek, David J. Gualdoni, Ethan Hastert
Note: Voters can vote for up to three candidates.
The early results showed it was a tight race, but supporters of Sugar Grove resident and current Kane County Sheriff Pat Perez, who had his Tuesday night election party at Piper’s Banquets in Aurora, unofficially won his re-election bid over challenger Donald E. Kramer. More results are available in this post.
Democrat incumbent Bill Foster seeks his second term representing the 14th District in the U.S. House of Representatives, while Republican challenger Randy Hultgren and Green Party candidate Dan Kairis seek to replace him in Washington.
Both incumbent Republican Chris Lauzen and his Democrat challenger, Leslie Juby, believe the state government needs to be reformed.
David Rickert, the Republican incumbent in the race for Kane County Treasurer, hopes to continue his service to the county after the Nov. 2 election.