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The Illinois House voted in favor of a bill presented by Rep. Carol Sente of Vernon Hills to allow 17-year-olds the right to vote in primary elections. The Illinois Senate had its first reading of the bill Thursday.
Area voters reported little to no wait at polling places during Tuesday's local election.
Check back throughout the night for election results for the District 211 school board.
Results for the April 9 Consolidated Election for seats on the District 15 and District 211 school boards, Palatine Park District board and Palatine Township board.
With 76 of 76 precincts reporting, candidates Peggy Babcock, Richard Bokor, David Seiffert and James Ekeberg won the four seats on the District 15 school board.
The local election day will be on Tuesday, April 9.
Click the links below for the latest input from the community on the upcoming election. Candidates are vying for spots on the District 15 and 211 school boards, Palatine Township board and Palatine Park District board.
There has been a strong amount of input from Palatine Patch readers on the upcoming election. Click the links below to hear from your neighbors on who they think should win and why.
The Daily Herald reports that 63.6 percent of Cook County's local races in Tuesday's election are uncontested.
All nine candidates for the District 15 school board attended the forum, along with more than 100 people in the audience.
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