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Election 2014: Unofficial results for McHenry County, Illinois state races

Published: Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014 12:53 p.m. CST • Updated: Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014 3:19 p.m. CST

NOV. 4, 2014 ELECTION RESULTS (unofficial)

CONGRESS

McHenry County: 212/212

Illinois: 10,067/10,114

For U.S. Senate; vote for 1

Richard J. Durbin (D) 1,841,590

James D. Oberweis (R) 1,497,908

Sharon Hansen (L) 130,229

McHenry County: 68/68

Illinois: 564/564

For 6th Congressional District; vote for 1

Michael Mason (D) 74,583

Peter J. Roskam (R) 152,655

McHenry County: 144/144

Illinois: 471/471

For 14th Congressional District; vote for 1

Dennis Anderson (D) 75,229

Randall M. Hultgren (R) 143,354

STATE

McHenry County: 212/212

Illinois: 10,067/10,114

For governor; vote for 1

Pat Quinn (D) 1,773,665

Bruce Rauner (R) 1,601,059

Chad Grimm (L) 117,644

For attorney general; vote for 1

Lisa Madigan (D) 2,048,312

Paul M. Schimpf (R) 1,325,341

Ben Koyl (L) 96,327

For secretary of state; vote for 1

Jesse White (D) 2,275,648

Michael Webster (R) 1,103,909

Christopher Michel (L) 102,222

For comptroller; vote for 1

Sheila Simon (D) 1,562,414

Judy Baar Topinka (R) 1,724,151

Julie Fox (L) 164,857

For treasurer; vote for 1

Michael W. Frerichs (D) 1,617,078

Tom Cross (R) 1,639,189

Matthew Skopek (L) 141,226

For 52nd State Representative District; 92/92; vote for 1

Bill Downs (R) 8,585

David McSweeney (D) 20,081

For 63rd State Representative District; 80/80; vote for 1

Jack D. Franks (D) 14,523

Steven Reick (R) 10,658

For 64th State Representative District; 103/103; vote for 1

Joel Mains (D) 8,943

Barbara Wheeler (R) 20,284

COUNTY

McHenry County: 212/212

For county sheriff; vote for 1

William Prim (R) 53,148

James Harrison (I) 34,083

For county clerk; vote for 1

Mary McClellan (R) 75,549

For county treasurer; vote for 1

Glenda Miller (R) 74,939

For regional superintendent of schools; 188/188; vote for 1

Leslie Schermerhorn (R) 65,957

For County Board, District 1;

38/38; vote for 2

Nick Chirikos (D) 5,941

Robert Nowak (R) 9,436

Andrew Gasser (R) 6,323

For County Board, District 2;

38/38; vote for 2

Donna Kurtz (R) 10,056

James L. Heisler (R) 7,667

For County Board, District 3;

41/41; vote for 2

Kathleen Bergan Schmidt (D) 6,509

Joseph Gottemoller (R) 9,518

Donald Kopsell (R) 7,368

For County Board, District 4;

35/35; vote for 2

Arne Waltmire (D) 5,635

John D. Hammerand (R) 9,022

Charles Wheeler (R) 7,295

For County Board, District 5;

29/29; vote for 2

Paula Yensen (D) 5,561

John Jung Jr. (R) 7,217

Michael Rein (R) 6,344

For County Board, District 6;

31/31; vote for 2

Michele Aavang (R) 11,203

Larry W. Smith (R) 9,395

JUDICIAL

Shall each of the persons listed be retained in office as judge of the appellate court, second judicial district; McHenry County 212/212

Susan Fayette Hutchinson

Yes 63,553

No 16,575

Shall each of the persons listed be retained in office as judge of the circuit court, 22nd judicial circuit; 212/212

Michael J. Sullivan

Yes 62,656

No 17,014

Sharon Prather

Yes 63,029

No 17,550

Michael T. Caldwell

Yes 61,775

No 17,521

REFERENDUMS

Bull Valley

McHenry County: 10/10

Proposition to increase extension limitation to 39.69 percent

Yes 286

No 249

Chemung Township

McHenry County: 5/5

Proposition to issue bonds in the amount of $1.25 million for road purposes

Yes 1,241

No 456

River East Public Library

McHenry County: 5/5

Proposition to increase limiting rate by .10 percent to .2217 percent

Yes 323

No 741

Belvidere School District 100

McHenry County: 1/1

Boone County: 34/34

Proposition to elect school members at large

Yes 5,205

No 7,150

STATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS

For the proposed amendment of Section 8.1 to Article III of the Illinois Constitution: victims’ rights; 10,067/10,114

Yes 2,544,398

No 724,325

For the proposed addition of Section 8 to Article III of the Illinois Constitution: voter laws; 10,034/10,114

Yes 2,262,625

No 920,841

STATE ADVISORY QUESTIONS

Advisory Question 1: Shall the minimum wage in Illinois for adults over the age of 18 be raised to $10 per hour by Jan. 1, 2015? 10,067/10,114

Yes 2,251,131

No 1,123,844

Advisory Question 2: Shall any health insurance plan in Illinois that provides prescription drug coverage be required to include prescription birth control as part of that coverage? 10,067/10,114

Yes 2,219,366

No 1,149,940

Advisory Question 3: Should the Illinois Constitution be amended to require that each school district receive additional revenue ... from an additional 3 percent tax on income greater than $1 million? 10,067/10,114

Yes 2,110,579

No 1,223,692

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