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UPDATE: Election Results and Candidate Responses

We run through the results of the races that impacted New Lenox and link to articles featuring the candidates' responses.

After voters hit the polls today, Patch will bring you the latest election news and results for all of the races impacting New Lenox area residents.

We will be updating throughout the night as results come in. You may also check all voting results within Will County on the Will County Clerk's website.

Clicking on a race name below will take you to page for that race. Make sure you check out the Election Central voter's guide before voting today.

(99 percent reporting)

Source: AP

Candidate Percentage Total Votes Mitt Romney 46.7% 428,434 Newt Gingrich 8% 72,942 Rick Santorum 35% 321,079 Ron Paul
9.3% 85,464 Other
1% 7,730

(98 percent precincts reporting)

Democrats Percentage Total Votes Jordan Sims 2.6
1,935 Harold Bailey 3.4
2,544 Raymond M. Lodato 4.2 3,166 Bobby L. Rush 83.7 62,799
Fred Smith 2.9 2,188 Clifford Russell Jr. 3.1 2,359 Republicans Percentage Total Votes Donald E. Peloquin 69.3 16,117 Frederick Collins 24.4 5,670 Jimmy Lee Tillman II 6.4 1,480


Cook Kane Kendall Aurora DuPage Will Total Precincts Reporting
4 3 22 50 33 147 423
Bill Foster 104 153 596 1558 1503 4250 8165
Jim Hickey 44 13 60 130 368 1746 2361
Juan Thomas 31 28 117 933 454 2283 3846

(99 percent of precincts)

Democrats Percentage Total Votes Michael Hastings
76.8 11,161 Gregory J. Hannon
23.2 3,366

(303 of 303 precincts)

Democrats Percentage Total votes Leonard Thompson Jr. 31.63% 6,406 Larry Walsh 68.37% 13,846 Republican Percentage Total votes Corey Singer 100% 37,905

(27/27 precincts)

Republicans Percentage Total votes Margo McDermed 28.41% 2,545 Tom Weigel 25.53% 2,287 Raymond Tuminello 22.69% 2,033 Chris Kosel 23.36% 2,093

(203 of 204 precincts)


Percentage Total votes Yes 40.51% 5,928 No 59.49% 8,707

There are numerous uncontested races impacting New Lenox residents. For more information, go to the Election Central page.

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