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LIVE UPDATES: Central Illinois Local Elections

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Champaign County results updated 10:30 pm on Friday 4/7; other results updated at 10:00am on Wednesday 4/7.

Follow Illinois Newsroom’s live election coverage, including voting updates, race calls and analysis. Voting results are unofficial, and could change due to outstanding mail-in ballots received by election officials between Election Day and certification of election results on April 20.

 

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY

DISTRICT 1 – CITY COUNCIL MEMBER 

    • Davion Williams – 120 votes (48.19%)
    • Clarissa Nickerson Fourman (incumbent) – 97 votes (38.96%)
    • Azark D. Cobbs – 32 votes (12.85%)

DISTRICT 3 – CITY COUNCIL MEMBER

    • Danny Iniguez – 307 votes (48.50%)
    • Matt Sullard – 263 votes (41.55%)
    • Justin Michael Hendrix (write-in) – 63 votes (9.95%)

DISTRICT 4 – CITY COUNCIL MEMBER

    • Gregory P. Stock (incumbent) – 601 votes (43.08%)
    • Michael Foellmer – 794 (56.92%)

CITY OF URBANA

WARD 2 – ALDERMAN

    • Colin Dodson (Party for Socialism & Liberation) – 53 votes (38.97%)
    • Christopher Evans (Democrat) – 83 votes (61.03%)

WARD 4 – ALDERMAN

    • Jaya Kolisetty (Democrat) – 392 votes (83.40%) ✓
    • Mike Kobel (Republican) – 78 votes (16.60%)

 WARD 6 – ALDERMAN

    • Grace Wilken (Democrat) – 367 votes (64.27%)
    • William Colbrook (Republican, incumbent) – 204 votes (35.73%)

PARKLAND COLLEGE

Trustee – 6-Year Term (Vote for two; 11 of 12 counties reporting)

    • Jarrett Clem         7,188 votes
    • James Voyles       6,051 votes
    • Maureen Banks   8,948 votes
    • Bradley Uken       7,088 votes

 

URBANA PARK DISTRICT

Commissioner (top 2 elected)

    • Linda Turnbull 1,198 votes (29.29%)
    • Meredith Blumthal*  1,278 votes (31.25%) 
    • Cindi Adkins – (has formally withdrawn from the race 368 votes (9.00%)
    • Cedric Stratton  1,246 votes (30.46%) 

MAHOMET-SEYMOUR UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 3

In Mahomet Township Seat (top 2 elected)

    • Sunny McMurry 2,011 votes (34.81%) ✓
    • Max McComb   1,838 votes (31.82%) ✓
    • Laura Lang  977 votes (16.91%)
    • Rebecca Richardson  951 votes (16.46%)

Outside Mahomet Township Seat: (1 elected)

    • Justin Lamb  2,057 votes (68.85%) ✓
    • Patrick MacKay   888 votes  (30.15%)

URBANA UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 116


        Subdistrict 3

    • Lara Orr 165 votes (50.30%)
    • Connie Dillard-Myers   162 votes (49.70%)

Subdistrict 7

    • John H. Dimit Jr.    345 votes (56.56%)  ✓
    • Sandra Ahten     265 votes (43.44%)

CITY OF CHAMPAIGN TOWNSHIP

Township Supervisor

    • – Andrew J Quarnstrom (Democrat) 2,754 votes (76.22%) ✓
    • – Karen Foster (Republican)  859 votes (23.78%)

VILLAGE OF RANTOUL (Independent)

Village President 

    • Charles “Chuck” Smith  – 675 votes (50.37%) ✓
    • Gary Wilson                     – 396 votes (29.55%)
    • Kevin Williams                – 269 votes (20.07%)

District 1 – 4-Year Term

    • Louise Haines 63 votes (34.24%)
    • Irene Weathersby 121 votes (65.76%) ✓

District 2 – 2-Year Term

    • Nicole Rabbers  10 votes (12.50%)
    • Regina Crider    40 votes (50.00%) ✓
    • Herman Fogal   30 votes (37.50%)

District 3 – 4-Year Term

    • Donald Robertson 64 votes (53.33%) ✓
    • John Killeen  47 votes (39.17%)
    • (write-in) 9 votes (7.50%)

District 5 – 4-Year Term

    • – Sam Hall   227 votes (69.63%) ✓
    • – Wendy Hundley  99 votes (30.37%)

District 6 – 2-Year Term

    • Charjunita Mitchell  40 votes (18.02%)
    • Terry Workman   85 votes (38.29%)
    • Mark Wilkerson  97 votes (43.69%)

VILLAGE OF SAVOY (Independent)

Trustee (top 3 elected)

    • A.J. Ruggieri                  -410 votes (16.76%) 
    • Heather J. Mangian     -534 votes (21.82%) ✓
    • Jan Carter Niccum       -412 votes (16.84%) ✓
    • Larry Kanfer                  -657 votes (26.85%) ✓
    • Ammar Bhutta              -297 votes (12.14%)
    • Aaron E. Geiger             -137 votes (5.60%)

VILLAGE OF TOLONO (Independent)

Village President

    • Robert Murphy ✓ – 273 votes (48.23%) ✓
    • Greg Cler               – 108 votes (19.08%)
    • Terrence Stuber  – 185 votes (32.69%)

REFERENDUMS

Shall the Office of the Recorder of Champaign County be eliminated and all duties and responsibilities of the Office of the Recorder of Deeds be transferred to the Office of the County Clerk of Champaign County on December 31, 2021?

Yes       8,241(56.01%) ✓

No        6,472 (43.99%)

 

Shall the Village of Savoy become a home rule unit?

Yes       504 (52.50%) ✓

No         456 (47.50%)

DANVILLE
   100% of precincts reporting

          Ward 2 Alderman 

                  * Ron Harrier (write-in)  4 votes

                  * David Connolly (write-in)  0 votes

                  * Carolyn Wands (write-in)  22 votes ✓

                  * Jerry Lindquist (write-in)  1 vote

Ward 3 Alderman

    • DAMARA JOYNER    58 votes (43.94%)
    • HEIDI J. PERTEL      74 votes  (56.06%) ✓

         Ward 4 Alderman

    • Tricia D. Teague    64 votes (58.72%) ✓
    • Sharon McMahon   45 votes (41.28%)

Ward 6 Alderman

    • Allan Shepherd    164 votes  (46.46%
    • James Poshard     189 votes (53.54%) ✓

Ward 7 Alderman 

    • Darren York*  281 votes (50.09%)
    • Kaylan Huber   280 votes (49.91%) 

DANVILLE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT 118 BOARD OF EDUCATION

(Top 4 elected)

    • Darlene Halloran 1,127 votes (19.5%) ✓
    • Harsha Garujal 556 votes (9.6%)
    • Ricky Hoskins 556 votes (9.6%)
    • Tyson J. Parks 579 votes (10.0%)
    • Lon Henderson 938 votes (16.2%) ✓
    • Randal Ashton 1,061 votes (18.3%) ✓
    • Shannon Bireline Shroeder 977 votes (16.9%) ✓

DANVILLE AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

(Champaign, Vermilion, City of Danville)

Trustee – 6-Year Term

    • Sandra Finch
    • Seth’ Maruti
    • Dylan Haun

DECATUR CITY COUNCIL

    • David Horn ✓                      3,096 votes (20.3%)
    • Ed Culp ✓                             3,002 votes (19.7%)
    • Chuck Kuhle ✓                    3,119 votes (20.4%)
    • Marty Watkins                    2,527 votes (16.6%)
    • William (Will) Wetzel        1,800 votes (11.8%)
    • Jacob Jenkins                      1,709 votes (11.2%)

DECATUR PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 61 BOARD OF EDUCATION

(Top 4 elected)

    • Jason Wayne Dion                2,430 votes (15.1%) ✓
    • Krystal Johnson                    1,774 votes (11.0%)
    • Ferlaxnes (Lexy) Carson      1,224 votes (7.6%)
    • Kevin Collins-Brown            2.989 votes (18.6%) ✓
    • Al Scheider                             3,387 votes (21.0%) ✓
    • Alana Giselle Banks              2,387 votes (14.8%) ✓
    • Jayjuan Young                       1,910 votes (11.9%)

MATTOON

Mayor

    • Rick Hall  ✓             857 votes (39.8%)  
    • Preston Owen         819 votes (38.1%)        
    • Randy Hausle         292 votes (13.6%)        
    • Alex Walker            184 votes (8.6%)    

City Commissioner 

    • Trent Seiler 738 votes (10.66%)
    • George (Butch) Gullion  325 votes (4.7%)
    • Jennifer White   683 votes (9.87%)
    • David Cox*  1071 votes (15.47%) ✓
    • Dustin Hay  179 votes (2.59%)
    • Sandra Graven  886 votes (12.8%) ✓
    • Scott Harris  479 votes (6.92%)
    • Steve Ratliff   325 votes (4.7%)
    • David Phipps   949 votes (13.71%) ✓
    • James E. (Jim) Closson   895 votes (12.93%) ✓
    • Rob Scheffer   203 votes (2.93%)
    • Zachary Haifley 189 votes (2.73%)

 

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