2014 Randolph County General Election

November 4, 2014

Registered Voters: 20,724     Ballots Cast: 11,477

CONSTITUTIONAL

PROPOSED AMENDEMENT #1 TO THE 1970 ILLINOIS CONSTITUTION

Explanation of Amendment

The proposed amendment adds a new section to the Suffrage and Elections Article of the Illinois Constitution. The proposed amendment would prohibit any law that disproportionately affects the rights of eligible Illinois citizens to register to vote or cast a ballot based on the voter’s race, color, ethnicity, status as a member of a language minority, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or income. You are asked to decide whether the proposed amendment should become part of the Illinois Constitution.

YES:
NO:
Votes: 5871
Votes: 4446

PROPOSED AMENDEMENT #2 TO THE 1970 ILLINOIS CONSTITUTION

Explanation of Amendment

The proposed amendment makes changes to Section 8.1 of Article I of the Illinois constitution, the Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights. The proposed amendment would expand certain rights already granted to crime victims in Illinois, and give crime victims the ability to enforce their rights in a court of law. You are asked to decide whether the proposed amendment should become part of the Illinois Constitution.

YES:
NO:
Votes: 5371
Votes: 4867

STATE ADVISORY QUESTION #3
Minimum Wage Increase

Shall the minimum wage in Illinois for adults over the age of 18 be raised to $10 per hour by January 1, 2015?

YES:
NO:
Votes: 6159
Votes: 5020

STATE ADVISORY QUESTION #4
Birth Control in Prescription Drug Coverage

Shall any health insurance plan in Illinois that provides prescription drug coverage be required to include prescription birth control as part of that coverage?

YES:
NO:
Votes: 6468
Votes: 4537

STATE ADVISORY QUESTION #5
Millionaire Tax Increase for Education

Should the Illinois Constitution be amended to require that each school district receive additional revenue, based on their number of students, from an additional 3% tax on income greater than one million dollars?

YES:
NO:
Votes: 6238
Votes: 4645

FEDERAL

For United States Senator
(For Six Year Term)
Vote for one
James "Jim" Oberweis - R
Richard Durbin - D
Sharon Hansen - L
Votes: 5534
Votes: 5215
Votes: 425

STATE

For Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Vote for one
Bruce Rauner - Evelyn Sanquinetti - R
Pat Quinn - Paul Vallas - D
Chad Grimm - Alexander Cummings - L
Votes: 6593
Votes: 3823
Votes: 679
For Attorney General
Vote for one
Paul Schimpf - R
Lisa Madigan - D
Ben Koyl - L
Votes: 5714
Votes: 4999
Votes: 346
For Secretary of State
Vote for one
Michael Webster - R
Jessie White - D
Christopher Michael - L
Votes: 4534
Votes: 6361
Votes: 333
For Comptroller
Vote for one
Judy Barr Topinka - R
Sheila Simon - D
Julie Fox - L
Votes: 5982
Votes: 4521
Votes: 520
For Treasurer
Vote for one
Tom Cross - R
Michael Frerichs - D
Matthew Skopek - L
Votes: 6083
Votes: 4242
Votes: 445

CONGRESSIONAL

For Representative in Congress Twelfth Congressional District
Vote for one
Mike Bost - R
William "Bill" Enyart - D
Paula Bradshaw - G
Votes: 6526
Votes: 4174
Votes: 529

REPRESENTATIVE

For Representative in the General Assembly One Hundred and Sixteenth Representative District
Vote for one
Jerry Costello, II - D Votes: 9014

COUNTY

For County Clerk
Vote for one
Stephanee Naeger - R
Pat Laramore - D
Votes: 5075
Votes: 6154
For County Treasurer
Vote for one
Sheri Zweigart Greene - R
Justin Jeffers - D
Votes: 5511
Votes: 5626
For County Sheriff
Vote for one
Michael Hoelscher - R
Shannon Wolff - D
Votes: 5572
Votes: 5751
For County Supervisor of Assessments
Vote for one
Wayne A. Voss - D Votes: 8676

EDUCATIONAL SERVICE REGION

For Regional Superintendent of Schools
(Jackson and Perry Counties)
Vote for one
Donna S. Boros - D Votes: 260
For Regional Superintendent of Schools
(Monroe and Randolph Counties)
Vote for one
Kelton Davis - R Votes: 8678

COUNTY COMMISSIONER

For County Commissioner
Vote for one
Ronnie White - R
Cindy Jones - D
Votes: 5895
Votes: 5224

JUDICIAL

"Vote on the Proposition with respect to all or any of the Judges listed on this ballot.  No Judge listed is running against any other Judge.  The sole question is whether each Judge shall be retained in his present office."

SHALL EACH OF THE PERSONS LISTED BE RETAINED IN OFFICE AS JUDGE OF THE APPELLATE COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT?

   

LLOYD KARMEIER

YES:
NO:
Votes: 6850
Votes: 3616

SHALL EACH OF THE PERSONS LISTED BE RETAINED IN OFFICE AS JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, TWENTIETH JUDICAL CIRCUIT?

   

JAMES CAMPANELLA

YES:
NO:
Votes: 7250
Votes: 2812

DENNIS DOYLE

YES:
NO:
Votes: 6960
Votes: 2802