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Election

Live Results: 2019 McHenry County consolidated election

Tom Ensign of Crystal Lake fills out his ballot at the polling location inside Bethany Lutheran Church on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Crystal Lake.
Tom Ensign of Crystal Lake fills out his ballot at the polling location inside Bethany Lutheran Church on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Crystal Lake.

Stay here for live results from the 2019 McHenry County conslidated election.

For live updates from our reporters, click here.

Algonquin Village Board

Top 3 win:

25 of 25 precincts reporting

John Spella: 850 votes/24.9 percent

Jim Steigert: 635 votes/18.6 percent

Cynthia Kanner: 621 votes/18.2 percent

Bob Smith: 573 votes/16.8 percent

Debby Sosine: 965 votes/28.3 percent

Paulette Zolicoffer: 316 votes/9.2 percent

Cary Village Board

Top 3 win:

18 of 18 precincts reporting

Jim Cosler: 1,076 votes/16.41 percent

Kim Covelli: 1,180 votes/18 percent

Tim Ritter: 735 votes/11.21 percent

Dale Collier: 1,182 votes/18.03 percent

Ellen McAlpine: 1,214 votes/18.52 percent

Sean Wheeler: 1,168 votes/17.82 percent

Crystal Lake School District 155 Board

Top 3 win:

80 of 80 precincts reporting

Tom Vaclavek: 3,818 votes/19.42 percent

Amy Blazier: 4,807 votes/24.45 percent

Adam Guss: 3,320 votes/16.89 percent

Meghan Tillson: 3,099 votes/15.77 percent

Jacob Justen: 1,699 votes/8.64 percent

Scott Coffey: 2,914 votes/14.82 percent

Crystal Lake Park District Board

Top 3 win:

50 of 50 precincts reporting

Debbie Gallagher: 1,905 votes/19.94 percent

Cathy Cagle: 1,604 votes/16.79 percent

James Rocheford: 1,561 votes/16.34 percent

Jason Heisler: 2,232 votes/23.36 percent

Fred Tiesenga: 1,560 votes/16.33 percent

Joseph Scifo: 693 votes/7.25 percent

District 300 School Board

Top 4 win:

68 of 68 precincts reporting

Stephen Fiorentino: 2,745 votes/35.9 percent

Nancy Zettler: 2,877 votes/37.7 percent

Kym Garcia: 2,600 votes/34 percent

Joe Stevens: 2,615 votes/34.2 percent

Leslie LaMarca: 2,650 votes/34.7 percent

Harvard City Council

4 of 4 precincts reporting:

Ronald Burlingame: 43 votes/32.82 percent

Lisa Haderlein: 88 votes/67.18 percent

Huntley District 158 School Board

Top 3 win:

30 of 30 precincts reporting:

William Geheren: 2,000 votes/25.3 percent

Ra'Shawn Walker: 1,182 votes/14.9 percent

Kevin Gentry: 2,421 votes/30.6 percent

Timothy Griskey: 1,659 votes/21 percent

Melissa Maiorino: 2,073 votes/26.2 percent

Lake in the Hills Village Board

Top 3 win:

22 of 22 precincts reporting

Suzette Bojarski: 610 votes/25.05 percent

Diane Murphy: 540 votes/22.18 percent

Raymond Bogdanowski: 514 votes/21.11 percent

Michael Schneider: 218 votes/8.95 percent

Alan Wilson: 264 votes/10.84 percent

Jeffrey Jakubik: 289 votes/11.87 percent

McHenry City Council, Ward 2

5 of 5 precincts reporting

Andy Glab: 136 votes/52.31 percent

James Walsh: 124 votes/47.69 percent

Woodstock City Council

Top 3 win:

19 of 19 precincts reporting:

Thomas Grell: 1,315 votes/20.09 percent

Lisa Lohmeyer: 1,899 votes/29.02 percent

Wendy Piersall: 1,392 votes/21.27 percent

Darrin Flynn: 1,325 votes/20.25 percent

Michael Stanard: 613 votes/9.37 percent

Alden-Hebron Referendum

4 of 4 precincts reporting

Yes: 224 votes/22.85 percent

No: 824 votes/77.15 percent

Huntley Library Referendum

28 of 28 precincts reporting

Yes: 2,710 votes/66.6 percent

No: 1,359 votes/33.3 percent

Marengo Fire Protection District Referendum

8 of 8 precincts reporting

Yes: 760 votes/58.37 percent

No: 542 votes/41.63 percent

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