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Governor-Lieutenant Governor - 95% Reporting

Darren Bailey/Stephanie Trussell - Republican -

J.B. Pritzker/Juliana Stratton - Democrat (i) -

Scott Schluter/John Phillips - Libertarian -

Secretary of State - 94% Reporting

Dan Brady - Republican -

Alexi Giannoulias - Democrat -

Jon Stewart - Libertarian -

Attorney General - 94% Reporting

Kwame Raoul - Democrat (i) -

Daniel K. Robin - Libertarian -

Thomas G. DeVore - Republican -

Comptroller - 88% Reporting

Susana A. Mendoza - Democrat (i) -

Shannon L. Teresi - Republican -

Deirdre McCloskey - Libertarian -

Treasurer - 94% Reporting

Michael W. Frerichs - Democrat (i) -

Tom Demmer - Republican -

Preston Nelson - Libertarian -

U.S. Senator - 95% Reporting

Kathy Salvi - Republican -

Tammy Duckworth - Democrat (i) -

Bill Redpath - Libertarian -

15th Congressional District - 94% Reporting

Paul J. Lange - Democrat -

Mary Miller - Republican (i) -

13th Congressional District - 94% Reporting

Nikki Budzinski - Democrat -

Regan Deering - Republican -

48th State Senate District - Final

Sandy Hamilton - Republican -

Doris Turner - Democrat -

Regional Superintendent of Schools - Menard, Sangamon

Jonnell Baskett - Democrat - 0

Shannon C. Fehrholz - 0

Judicial Retention - Shall April Troemper be retained as Judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit?

Yes - 0

No - 0

Judicial Retention - Shall Ryan Cadigan be retained as Judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit?

Yes - 0

No - 0

Judicial Retention - Shall Robert Adrian be retained as Judge of the 8th Judicial Circuit?

Yes -

No -

Judicial Retention - Shall Scott D. Larson be retained as Judge of the 8th Judicial Circuit?

Yes -

No -

Cass County Board - District 1 (Vote For 3)-F

Eric R. Snellgrove - Republican - 274

Joyce C. Brannan - Democrat - 216

Cathy Gibson - Democrat (i) - 248

Bob Schultz - Democrat - 278

Cass County Board - District 3 (Vote For 3)-F

Aaron French - Republican (i) - 1031

Bill Merriman - Republican (i) - 1142

Amanda Ruppel - Republican - 868

Charles Hagloch - Democrat (i) - 595

Macoupin County Treasurer

Roger Anderson - Democrat (i) - 6069

Lillian Amber McGartland - Republican - 9610

Macoupin County Sheriff

Shawn Kahl - Democrat (i) - 8757

Jared DePoppe - Republican - 7070

Macoupin County Board District 6 (Vote For Two)

Robert K. Quarton - Democrat (i) - 647

Aaron Stayton - Republican (i) - 1337

Leann Barr - Republican - 803

Macoupin County Board District 7 (Vote For Two)-F

Christine Bruley-Hill - Democrat - 568

Bernard C. Kiel - Republican (i) - 1161

James Ibberson - Republican (i) - 790

Greene County Clerk-F

Melissa Schnelt Carter - Republican - 3429

Arieanna Morris - Democrat - 1102

Greene County Board (Vote For 7)-F

Christy (Ford) Lake - Republican (i) - 3294

Mark Strang - Republican (i) - 2828

Andrea Schnelten - Republican (i) - 2924

Robert "Bob" Hall - Republican - 2998

Richard R. Ross - Republican - 3114

Earlene Castleberry - Republican - 2666

Melissa "Missy" Mehrhoff - Republican - 2649

Joyce A. Clark - Democrat (i) - 1192

David McGraw - Democrat - 1001

Sangamon County Treasurer - Final

Joe Aiello - Republican (i) -

Daniel Pittman - Democrat -

Scott County Clerk-F

Sandra Hankins - Democrat (i) - 799

Brooke Smith - Republican - 1303

Pike County Clerk

Natalie P. Roseberry - Republican (i) -

Shelly Brennecke - Democrat -

Pike County Treasurer

Scott Syrcle - Republican (i) -

Gage Weir - Democrat -

Referendum - Illinois Constitution Amendment 1 "Workers Rights" Amendment

Yes -

No -

Proposition - Shall the municipal corporation of Time be dissolved?

Yes - 5

No - 4

Salvi Seeks Court Injunction Over Incorrect Ballots in Schuyler County

By Benjamin Cox on November 2, 2022 at 9:16am

Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Kathy Salvi is going to court over a ballot error that was discovered in Schuyler County last month. WMAY reports that Salvi’s campaign is seeking a court injunction to order Schuyler County not to count any votes for Senate that were cast with an erroneous ballot. Salvi’s name was erroneously left […]

IL Congressman Sues To Stop Counting of VBM Ballots Received After Election Day

By Benjamin Cox on October 28, 2022 at 11:35am

A Southern Illinois Congressman has filed a federal lawsuit could possibly invalidate tens of thousands of vote-by-mail general election ballots cast in the state. The lawsuit seeks to invalidate ballots received by local election authorities after Election Day but are postmarked on or before Election Day, potentially affecting ballots cast by members of the military […]

Early Voting Going Well in Morgan County, Clerk Addresses Marking VBM Ballots

By Benjamin Cox on October 26, 2022 at 10:20am

Morgan County Clerk Jill Waggener says that early voting in the county is going well. Election Day is officially less than two weeks away, and Waggener says numbers are steady at the courthouse: “Early voting is going very well. Right now, as of Tuesday afternoon, we’ve had 409 voters and grace-period voters coming into the […]

Salvi Files FOIA Request in Schuyler County Over Incorrect Ballots

By Benjamin Cox on October 21, 2022 at 9:23am

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kathi Salvi is requesting information into the workers involved in the printing of erroneous ballots in Schuyler County. WCIA reports that Salvi filed a Freedom of Information Act request Thursday for he names, addresses and contact information of employees of the Schuyler County Clerk’s Office involved in printing ballots that incorrectly […]

Incorrect Schuyler County Ballots Raise Ire of Salvi Senate Campaign, ILGOP

By Benjamin Cox on October 13, 2022 at 6:35pm

A ballot issue in Schuyler County raised the ire of the Illinois Republican Party last night. The Schuyler County Clerk’s Office was notified yesterday that they had printed an incorrect person’s name as the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate challenging Democrat incumbent Tammy Duckworth. Rather than having Kathy Salvi’s name printed as the candidate, Salvi’s […]

Miller Remains Silent on Debate with Lange in IL-15

By Benjamin Cox on September 30, 2022 at 9:11am

It appears like voters in the new 15th Illinois Congressional District won’t be hearing a debate from candidates before Election Day in November. A press release from Democratic candidate Paul Lange’s campaign says Lange has expressed enthusiasm for the opportunity to debate his Republican opponent and incumbent Mary Miller. So far, Lange says Miller has […]

Greene County Getting New Voting Machines Ahead of November General Election

By Benjamin Cox on September 20, 2022 at 5:39am

Greene County is replacing its voting machines just ahead of the November General Election. The Greene County Board passed an ordinance during special session in the first week of September granting $400,000 to be used for replacing the now-outdated machines. Greene County Clerk Debbie Banghart says the current machines date back to 2004 and reached […]

Frivolous Election FOIA Requests Hit County Clerks in West Central Illinois

By Benjamin Cox on September 8, 2022 at 9:09am

Local election authorities across the state are fielding a wave of FOIA requests related to election integrity KSDK reports that in recent weeks ramping up to the November General Election a variety of form letters and emails, most of them including the same language, have started arriving in county clerks’ inboxes around Illinois. The letters […]

Jacksonville Municipal Election Petitions Available

By Benjamin Cox on September 8, 2022 at 8:46am

The City of Jacksonville will have 7 offices up for election in the 2023 Consolidated Elections coming up next April. City Clerk Skip Bradshaw has announced that Jacksonville citizens interested in running for an aldermanic position or City Treasurer may obtain information and documents at his office at the Jacksonville Municipal Building, located at 200 […]

Workers Rights Amendment To Be November Ballot Question in Illinois

By Benjamin Cox on August 29, 2022 at 6:53pm

An amendment to the Illinois Constitution will appear on the ballot this November after some groups worked to get it taken off. The 4th District Appellate Court ruled in favor of keeping a Workers Rights Amendment on the ballot after a suit field in April by the Liberty Justice Center fought to keep it off. […]