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The Illinois Senate amends its election code so that candidates in local elections—from City Council to School Board—can submit nominating petitions until 5 p.m. on the day after Christmas.
Randy Hultgren coasts to an easy win over Democrat Dennis Anderson—the first incumbent to win 14th District re-election since Dennis Hastert.
In probably the most interesting and contentious Kane County race, Democrat Tao Martinez makes a late run at Republican Robert Russell—with an endorsement from a conservative group.
Under the category of "something you don't see every day," Democratic coroner candidate Tao Martinez supports Republican Chris Lauzen for Kane County Board chairman.
FINAL: Hartwell runs away with GOP nod for circuit clerk. Hunt is Republican nomination for auditor.
Mitt Romney is the clear winner in Kane County as well as the state of Illinois.
State Sen. Chris Lauzen easily defeats Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns in the race for the Republican nomination for Kane County Board chairman.
Here's what to expect when you look at the ballot for Kane County races today.
The Kane County Board chairman race on the Republican side pits Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns against state Sen. Chris Lauzen.
The Republican nomination for Kane County coroner pits Robert Tiballi against DuPage County Sheriff's Sgt. L. Robert Russell.
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