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President of the United States

Joe Biden/Kamala Harris - Democrat - 2881554

Donald Trump/Mike Pence - Republican - 2246472

Howie Hawkins/Angela Walker - Green - 25892

Gloria La Riva/Sunil Freeman - Socialism & Liberation - 6772

Brian Carroll/Amar Patel - American Solidarity - 7789

Jo Jorgensen/Spike Cohen - Libertarian - 57687

United States Senator

Mark Curran - Republican - 2127978

Richard "Dick" Durbin - Democrat - 2723172

Willie Wilson - Independent - 205420

David Black - Green - 47132

Danny Malouf - Libertarian - 98528

18th Congressional District

Darin LaHood - Republican - 255005

George Petrilli - Democrat - 106876

13th Congressional District

Betsey Dirksen-Londrigan - Democrat - 142076

Rodney Davis - Republican - 170758

93rd Illinois Legislative District

Scott Stoll - Democrat - 14332

Norine Hammond - Republican - 27805

100th Illinois Legislative District

Christopher "C.D." Davidsmeyer - Republican - 37506

Brandon Adams - Democrat - 10079

Ralph Sides - Pro Life/Pro Gun - 2169

7th Judicial Circuit in Greene County (Day Vacancy)

Matt Goetten - Democrat - 2644

Zachary Schmidt - Republican - 3517

Cass County Board District 1 (Vote For Not More Than Two)

Aaron D. French - Republican - 1192

Joyce Brannan - Democrat - 482

Bob Schaeffer - Democrat - 746

Cass County State's Attorney

John Alvarez - Democrat - 1781

Craig Miller - Republican - 3390

Constitutional Ballot Proposed Amendment For the Graduated Income Tax

Yes - 2237103

No - 2735485

Cass Municipal & School Board Races Announced

By Benjamin Cox on December 31, 2020 at 2:43pm

Cass County municipal and school board races have been finalized. It will be a three-way race for mayor in the City of Beardstown. Incumbent Leslie Harris will face off against current Alderman Tim Harris and Randy Pherigo. There will be one contested race for city council in Beardstown for the seat held by retiring Alderman […]

More Morgan & Western Sangamon County Races For April Elections Continue to Shape Up

By Benjamin Cox on December 28, 2020 at 2:03pm

More municipal and school board elections are taking shape in Morgan and Western Sangamon County. Jacksonville School District 117 will lose one incumbent in April. Jan Ryan has decided to not run for another 4-year term on the board of education. Ryan will be replaced by newcomer Brenda Stewart, who filed for one of the […]

Municipal Races Taking Shape in Scott & Greene

By Benjamin Cox on December 26, 2020 at 7:56pm

Several area municipalities have contested races upcoming for the April consolidated election. Filings for municipal elections ended on Monday in the area. In Winchester, incumbent mayor Rex McIntire will vie for another term against Steve Hoots. Winchester’s administration will also see a change, as current city clerk Brenda Robinson is running for alderman in Winchester’s […]

4 IL Democrats Announce Intentions To Run for Sec. of State

By Benjamin Cox on December 9, 2020 at 9:10am

Four state Democrats are expressing interest in running for Illinois Secretary of State. Current Secretary of State Jesse White said in August of last year that he would not be seeking re-election in 2022. First elected in 1998, White is the longest serving secretary of state in Illinois’ history winning 6 consecutive four-year terms to […]

Jacksonville Municipal Races Shaping Up

By Benjamin Cox on December 7, 2020 at 1:39pm

Jacksonville’s municipal elections will have a primary in February for one race and one incumbent is not seeking re-election to the City Council next year. In filing with the Morgan County Clerk’s office last week, the Jacksonville mayoral race will have a primary run-off on February 23rd. Jacksonville’s incumbent mayor Andy Ezard will face challenges […]

Finalized Election Results Sees Little Change

By Benjamin Cox on November 23, 2020 at 6:01pm

West Central Illinois’ election totals have been finalized. Barely any of the numbers moved in favor of one candidate or another. Election officials from the State of Illinois finalized numbers and counted final provisional, mail-in, and absentee ballots from the November 3rd General Election on Friday. Cass County had the least amount of change of […]

UNOFFICIAL General Election Results By County

By Benjamin Cox on November 5, 2020 at 1:48pm

The following election results are unofficial. Final tallies will be submitted officially to the Illinois State Board of Elections on November 17th. Percentages are given where they are available Morgan County 15,326 out of 22,037 registered voters. Turnout of 69.55%PresidentDonald Trump/Mike Pence 9,903 65.03%Joe Biden/Kamala Harris 5,020 32.96%Jo Jorgensen/Jeremy Cohen 198 1.30%Howie Hawkins/Angela Walker 55 […]

Waggener Reminds Public That Polling Places Remain Open Despite State COVID Mitigations

By Benjamin Cox on October 31, 2020 at 5:06pm

Early voting continued this morning at the Morgan County Courthouse until 1 o’clock this afternoon. Monday is the last day to early vote in the state before the Election on Tuesday. Morgan County Clerk Jill Waggener wants to dispel any rumors that polling places will be closed under the new IDPH Tier 1 COVID mitigations […]

State Board of Elections Says More Than 3 Million Already Have Cast Ballots

By Benjamin Cox on October 30, 2020 at 6:05pm

The Illinois State Board of Elections says that they expect the state to match or overtake the 71% turnout in the 2016 presidential election. According to data provided on their Twitter today, 2.3 million vote-by-mail applications were sent out to Illinois voters, with now 1.4 million of those being returned to county election authorities. As […]

Nearly A Quarter of Registered Voters Have Voted in Morgan County

By Benjamin Cox on October 29, 2020 at 12:18pm

The Morgan County Commissioners were told Monday morning that early voting is still going strong at the Morgan County Courthouse in the week leading up to the election. Morgan County Clerk Jill Waggoner said that approximately 162 voters showed up for extended hours this past Saturday. She expects that more will also show this coming […]