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Will County election results: Federal, state and local races

Megann Horstead, Reporter | 11/7/2018, 3:51 p.m.
Will County voters turned out Tuesday to pick federal, state and local candidates for elected office. About 57 percent of ...
Dems now in the majority on Will County Board after sweeping wins throughout the county.

Will County voters turned out Tuesday to pick federal, state and local candidates for elected office.

State Representive Natalie Manley (L) wins re-election. Lauren Staley Ferry wins the Will County Clerks office.

State Representive Natalie Manley (L) wins re-election. Lauren Staley Ferry wins the Will County Clerks office.

About 57 percent of 429,647 registered voters took time to cast a ballot.

Vincent Cornelius was elected to the 12th Judicial Circuit Court on Tues.

Vincent Cornelius was elected to the 12th Judicial Circuit Court on Tues.

Vote totals are unofficial, according to the office of Will County Clerk.

The competitive races included the one for representative in Congress for the 14th Congressional District in which Democratic hopeful Lauren Underwood won the election over incumbent Republican Randy Hultgren.

In the race for countywide positions, Democratic candidates Lauren Staley-Ferry, Tim Brophy and Mike Kelley were among the top vote earners.

David Garcia will replace Judge Dan Rozak in the 12th judicial circuit court after defeating Ben Braun by earning 126,353 votes. Vincent F. Cornelius won the race for 12th judicial court to replace judge Carla Policandriotes by earning 52.13 percent of the vote over Victoria McKay Kennison.

Federal

1st Congressional District

Democrat

Bobby Rush: 176,560

Republican

Jimmy Lee Tillman: 49,976

2nd Congressional District

Democrat

Robin Kelly: 183,816

Republican

David Merkle: 43,875

3rd Congressional District

Democrat

Dan Lipinski: 155,940

Republican

Arthur Jones: 56,350

11th Congressional District

Democrat

Bill Foster: 140,907

Republican

Nick Stella: 80,775

14th Congressional District

Democrat

Lauren Underwood: 142,261

Republican

Randy Hultgren: 131,819

16th Congressional District

Democrat

Sara Dady: 100,789

Republican

Adam Kinzinger: 149,205

State of Illinois

Attorney General

Democrat

Kwame Raoul: 2,363,703

Republican

Erika Harold: 1,892,272

Comptroller

Democrat

Susana Mendoza: 2,585,882

Republican

Darlene Senger: 1,299,606

Governor

Democrat

J.B. Pritzker: 2,356,991

Republican

Bruce Rauner: 1,716,331

Treasurer

Democrat

Michael Frerichs: 2,468,161

Republican

Jim Dodge: 1,704,051

Secretary of State

Democrat

Jesse White: 2,978,101

Republican

Jason Helland: 1,299,606

Representative in General Assembly 86th Representative District

Democrat

Larry Walsh Jr.: 20,759

Republican

Rick Laib: 8,872

Representative in General Assembly 97th Representative District

Democrat

Mica Freeman: 21,356

Republican:

Mark Batinick: 22,048

Representative in General Assembly 98th Representative District

Democrat

Natalie Manley: 23,832

Republican

Alyssia Benford: 13,561

12th Circuit Court Judge

To fill the vacancy of the Hon. Daniel Rozak

Democrat

David Garcia: 126,353

Republican

Ben Braun: 111,725

To fill the vacancy of the Hon. Carla Policandriotes

Democrat

Vincent F. Cornelius: 123,406

Republican

Victoria McKay Kennison: 113,303

Will County Clerk

Democrat

Lauren Staley-Ferry: 123,359

Republican

Laurie McPhillips: 117,556

Will County Treasurer

Democrat

Tim Brophy: 122,605

Republican

Steve Weber: 117,412

Will County Sheriff

Democrat

Mike Kelley: 139,188

Republican

Jim Reilly: 101,481

Will County Regional Superintendent of Schools

Democrat

Shawn Walsh: 163,939

Will County Board

District 1

Democrat

Laurie Summers: 9,421

Bob Howard: 5,563

Republican

Judy Ogalla: 8,098

District 2

Democrat

Amanda Koch: 10,218

Republican

James Moustis: 11,061

Keith Ogle: 8,348

District 4

Democrat

Jacqueline Traynere: 9,724

Kenneth Harris: 8,151

District 5

Democrat

Meta Mueller: 8,836

Mazyar Hedayat: 6,428

Republican

Gretchen Fritz: 8,164

Darren Bennefield: 6,295

District 6

Democrat

Joe VanDuyne: 9,808

Republican

Don Gould: 13,214

Debbie Militello: 7,986

District 7

Democrat

Kyle Killacky: 7,763

Republican

Steve Balich: 11,109

Mike Fricilone: 8,365

District 9

Democrat

Rachel Ventura: 8,552

Jim Murphy: 6,123

Republican

Annette Parker: 6,920

District 11

Democrat

Michelle Cowan: 10,159

Jim Kopchock: 7,545

Republican

Julie Anne Berkowicz: 10,309

Kathy Havel: 8,193