Mercer County election results


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Posted Online: Nov. 02, 2010, 10:55 pm
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NOTE: 43 absentee ballots have not been counted; those results are not expected to be available until Monday. The only race too close to call is for county board member in District 1.



Proposed Amendment to the 1970 Illinois Constitution


The proposed amendment, which takes effect upon approval by the voters, adds a new section to the Suffrage and Elections Article of the Illinois Constitution. The new section would provide the State's electors with an option to petition for a special election to recall a Governor and for the special election of a successor Governor.

For the proposed addition of Section 7 to Article III of the Illinois Constitution

Yes 3,333

No 2,346

Federal



U.S. SENATE (six-year term)

(R) Mark Kirk 3,803

(D) Alexander "Alexi" Giannoulias 2,312

(G) LeAlan Jones 297

(L) Mike Labno 207

Write-in 11

U.S. SENATE (unexpired term)

(R) Mark Kirk 3,572

(D) Alexander "Alexi" Giannoulias 2,299

(G) LeAlan Jones 294

(L) Mike Labno 9

State

GOVERNOR

(R) Bill Brady/Jason Plummer 3,703

(D) Pat Quinn/Sheila Simon 2,397

(Independent) Scott Lee Cohen/Baxter B. Swilley 350

(G) Rich Whitney/Don W. Crawford 167

(L) Lex Green/Ed Rutledge 55

Write-in 5

ATTORNEY GENERAL

(D) Lisa Madigan 3,679

(R) Steve Kim 2,632

(L) Bill Malan 151

(G) David F. Black 150

SECRETARY OF STATE

(D) Jessie White 4,168

(R) Robert Enriquez 1,208

(L) Josh Hanson 294

COMPTROLLER

(R) Judy Baar Topinka 3,722

(D) David E. Miller 2,355

(L) Julie Fox 263

(G) R. Erika Schafer 211

TREASURER

(R) Dan Rutherford 3,450

(D) Robin Kelly 2,698

(L) James Pauly 198

(G) Scott K. Summers 172

Congressional

17TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

(R) Bobby Schilling 3,659

(D) Phil Hare 2,798

(G) Roger K. Davis 314

Representative

ILLINOIS HOUSE DISTRICT 72


(D) Patrick Verschoore 3,504

(R) Mark Lioen 2,521

ILLINOIS HOUSE DISTRICT 94

(R) Richard P. "Rich" Myers 407

(D) Earl W. Godt II 175

County

COUNTY CLERK


(D) Phyllis A. Bewley 3,403

(R) Vicki L. Bull 3,288

COUNTY TREASURER

(R) Michael Bertelsen 4,423

(D) Larry N. Weber 2,187

COUNTY SHERIFF

(D) Thomas L. Thompson 3,030

(Independent) Thomas N. Nelson 1,871

(R) Jason Lee Soseman 1,804

Educational Service Region

REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS (HENDERSON, MERCER AND WARREN COUNTIES)


(R) Jodi L. Scott 2,554

(D) Bobby J. Pritchett Jr. 1,330

REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS (ROCK ISLAND COUNTY)

(D) James T. Widdop Jr. 1,949

REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS (BUREAU, HENRY AND STARK COUNTIES)

(R) Angie Zarvell 5

County Board

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 1


(D) Jeff L. McWhorter 592

(R) Bob Vickrey 587

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 2

(R) Brian J. Anseeuw 690

(D) Dan Sedwick 560

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 3

(R) Ronald Eugene Fullerlove 741

(D) David L. Maynard 630

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 4

(R) Fred D. Rooth 763

(D) Daniel Schroeder 471

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 5

(D) Bill Olson 858

(R) Jason Connell 679

Judicial

14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT


(D) Frank R. Fuhr 4,829

14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

(D) Clarence "Mike" Darrow 4,970

Judicial Retention

Supreme Court

SUPREME COURT RETENTION, 3RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT


Tom Kilbride

Yes 4,148

No 2,198

Appellate Court



APPELLATE COURT RETENTION, 3RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT


Mary W. McDade

Yes 3,881

No 1,926

Circuit Court



CIRCUIT COURT RETENTION, 14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT


Lori R. Lefstein

Yes 3,935

No 1,878

James G. Conway Jr.

Yes 3,439

No 2,973

John L. Hauptman

Yes 3,786

No 1,991




 














 



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