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National economy, local races help bring voters to the polls. Turnout just misses 2008 numbers.
Elected officials say they plan to look at their budgets to see where cuts could be made, but some say their budgets are already tight.
Toftoy, the incumbent county coroner, received 57 percent of the vote to retain his office while challenger Mike Dabney could only gather about 42 percent.
County clerk reports all snags have been addressed and the votes have been counted.
More than 7,000 early votes were cast in 2012, compared to approximately 4,500 in 2008.
Seven of the nine candidates discuss Ellis House, proposed tax levy reduction and other county matters.
Five of the six candidates sound off during WSPY event.
Kendall County voters can cast early ballots at the Kendall County Clerk's Office or the Oswego Village Hall.
Incumbent Becky Morganegg and her challenger Danae Iacovella, a Montgomery Democrat, are on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Incumbent Ken Toftoy and challenger Michael Dabney square of over budget, number of deputy coroners and other issues during Thursday's event.
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