Find coverage of the various congressional matchups throughout the Patch network.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
While many of northern Illinois' congressional races left little in the way of doubt, a few provided down-to-the-wire drama and competitiveness. Judy Biggert and Bill Foster were in a dead heat as Election Day approached, with Foster emerging victorious, according to unofficial totals. And Joe Walsh and Tammy Duckworth engaged in a bitter mudfest, with Walsh being tossed out by voters. Jesse Jackson Jr. didn't campaign at all, citing health issues, yet won-reelection, and Adam Kinzinger, Dan Lipinski, Danny Davis and Peter Roskam didn't feel they had to. Coverage of the various congressional races can be viewed throughout the Patch network.
Check back to Palatine Patch for election results April 5.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
In unofficial returns ...UPDATED: 11:45 P.M. April 5 School District 15 results (86 of 88 precincts reported) Vote for three Manjula Sriram 5,109 James G. Ekeberg 3,787 Scott Herr 5,670 Gerald D. Chapman 3,573 Gerard Iannuzzelli 5,217 David W. Seiffert 3,816 High School District 211 results (172 of 173 precincts reported) Vote for four George P. Brandt 9,367 Charles Fritz 6,686 Roman G. Golash 5,911 Richard Gerber 9,152 Bill Robertson 8,921 M. Bryan Neal 6,374 Mucia A. Burke 7,587 Palatine Village Council District 5 (13 of 13 precincts reported) Vote for one Kollin Kozlowski 592 Jack Wagner 455 Welcome to the Palatine Patch 2011 Election Guide. Here you will find links and pages detailing positions that will be up for election April 5, …