Vote Election Results

UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS

JUNE 28, 2022

ALL RESULTS ARE UNOFFICIAL AND ARE TABULATIONS FROM THE PRECINCTS THAT HAVE BEEN REPORTED

CONTESTED RACES ONLY

CONGRESS

14th District: REPUBLICAN:

Scott R. Gryder: 13,783

Jaime Milton: 4,528

Mike Koolidge: 9,183

James T. "Jim" Marter: 10,785

Jack Lombardi II: 6,278

11th District: REPUBLICAN:

Mark Carroll: 

Jerry Evans:

Susan Hathaway-Altman:

Andrea Heeg:

Catalina Lauf

Cassandra Tanner Miller

Statewide Races:

STATE REPRESENTATIVE:

75TH DISTRICT REPUBLICAN:

David Welter

Jed Davis

83RD DISTRICT DEMOCRATIC:

Arad Boxenbaum

Matt Hansen

KENDALL COUNTY

TREASURER - REPUBLICAN

Jill Ferko: 6,231

Kit Kuhrt: 4,266

REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS:

Kristen Koppers: 5,871

Chris Mehochko:  8,074

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 1 (VOTE FOR FIVE)

Ruben Rodriguez: 3,069

Brian DeBolt: 4,118

Scott Gengler: 3,982

Jason Peterson: 3,063

Tommy Okapal: 2,159

Seth Wormley: 2,568

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 2 (VOTE FOR FIVE)

Matt Kellogg: 2,784

Dan Koukol: 2,844

Gabriella A Shanahan: 1,690

Brian LeClercq: 2,098

Donna Sawicki: 1,989

Diane Selmer: 1,671

REFERENDA

VILLAGE OF OSWEGO:

Shall Village of Oswego impose a real estate transfer tax at a rate of $3 per $1,000 of value to be paid by the buyer of the real estate transferred, with the revenue of the proposed transfer tax to be used for construction and maintenance of the Village of Oswego water system including connection to Lake Michigan Water, and lessening the increase in future water rates?

YES: 3,245

NO: 2,155

OSWEGO FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT:

Shall the Oswego Fire Protection District, Kendall and Will Counties, Illinois, be authorized to levy a new tax for emergency and rescue crews and equipment purposes and have an additional tax of 0.10% of the equalized assessed value of the taxable property therein extended for such purposes?

YES: 4,115

NO: 4,125

BRISTOL-KENDALL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

Shall the Trustees of the Bristol-Kendall Fire Protection District be elected rather than appointed?

YES: 3,714

NO: 979

LELAND SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 LEVY

Shall a new combined unit school district be created in the territory comprising the entire territories of Somonauk Community School District No. 432, counties in DeKalb and LaSalle, and Leland Community School District No. 1, counties of DeKalb and LaSalle, The Board of Education of such new school district to be elected on an at large basis at the next regularly scheduled election date with the authority to levy taxes at the rate of 4.000% for educational purposes, 0.500% for operations and maintenance purposes, and 0.200% for transportation purposes, each upon all of the taxable property of the district at the full, fair cash value thereof, as equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue?

DeKalb County Votes:

YES: 45

NO: 18

LaSalle County Votes:

YES:

NO:

SOMONAUK SCHOOL DISTRICT #432 LEVY

Shall a new combined unit school district be created in the territory comprising the entire territories of Somonauk Community School District No. 432, counties in DeKalb and LaSalle, and Leland Community School District No. 1, counties of DeKalb and LaSalle, The Board of Education of such new school district to be elected on an at large basis at the next regularly scheduled election date with the authority to levy taxes at the rate of 4.000% for educational purposes, 0.500% for operations and maintenance purposes, and 0.200% for transportation purposes, each upon all of the taxable property of the district at the full, fair cash value thereof, as equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue?

DeKalb County Votes

YES: 236

NO: 336

LaSalle County Votes:

YES:

NO:

LASALLE COUNTY

COUNTY CLERK - REPUBLICAN

Steven R. Stohr: 3,800

Jennifer Ebner: 4,245

COUNTY BOARD - DISTRICT 5 REPUBLICAN

Catherine Owens: 282

John L. Middleton: 210

COUNTY BOARD - DISTRICT 9 REPUBLICAN

RAY GATZA: 228

JOSEPH C. NUSKE: 62

COUNTY BOARD - DISTRICT 11 REPUBLICAN

RICK O'SADNICK: 125

MARTIN RUE, JR.: 97

COUNTY BOARD - DISTRICT 16 REPUBLICAN

WILLIAM J. BROWN JR.: 160

NICOLE MERTES: 116

COUNTY BOARD - DISTRICT 28 REPUBLICAN

MATT SLAGER: 265

WRITE IN: 5

KANE COUNTY

COUNTY CLERK - REPUBLICAN

DOUGLAS B. WARLICK: 11,445

JOHN A. "JACK" CUNNINGHAM: 16,877

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 11 REPUBLICAN

BRIAN K. JONES: 1,391

JONATHAN BRETZ: 417

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 12 REPUBLICAN

KENNETH C. SHEPRO: 720

BILL ROTH: 930

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 13 REPUBLICAN

TODD WALLACE: 623

STEPHEN D. BROWN: 350

ANTHONY L. CATELLA: 409

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 15 REPUBLICAN

DAVID YOUNG: 893

BARBARA WOJNICKI: 881

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 3 DEMOCRATIC

ANITA MARIE LEWIS: 432

DANNY B. PEREZ: 212

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 11 DEMOCRATIC

LESLIE N. JUBY: 1,325

WALTER LINDWALL: 455

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 17 DEMOCRATIC

FRANKLIN F. RAMIREZ: 228

DEBORAH ALLAN: 329

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 22 DEMOCRATIC

VERNER (VERN) TEPE: 895

RANDY HOPP: 270

DEKALB COUNTY

COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 1 (VOTE FOR 2)

MAUREEN LITTLE: 487

BRADLEY ROBERT BELANGER: 463

JORDAN M. DOBBERSTEIN: 260

LAWRENCE MARK WEST: 331