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2015 Chicago aldermanic elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chicago aldermanic elections, 2015

← 2011 February 24, 2015 2019 →

Chicago aldermanic elections, 2015 - Results By Ward.svg
Results by ward. The map shows the winning candidate's party affiliations, even though aldermen run as nonpartisans. A white asterisk (*) means the results for that ward were decided in a runoff vote.

Elected Alderman

TBD

The 2015 Chicago aldermanic elections happened on February 24, 2015, to elect the 50 Aldermen that represent Chicago in the City Council. The elections were non-partisan and if no candidate received an absolute majority, a runoff would be held between the top two finishers on April 7, 2015.[1]

43 incumbent alderman are seeking re-election. Aldermen Edward M. Burke (14th Ward), Marty Quinn (13th Ward), Brendan Reilly (42nd Ward) and Harry Osterman (48th Ward) are all running unopposed this election.[2][3] Aldermen Toni L. Foulkes (15th Ward) and Nicholas Sposato (36th Ward) are running in different wards: the 16th and 38th, respectively.[4] Aldermen Robert Fioretti (2nd Ward), James Balcer (11th Ward), Latasha Thomas (17th Ward) and Timothy Cullerton (38th Ward) are not running for re-election.

Election calendar

Thursday, December 18, 2014 Last day for candidates for the offices of Mayor, Clerk, Treasurer and Alderman to withdraw as a candidate (not later than the date of certification of candidates for the ballot). File in the office of the Board of Election Commissioners. No name so withdrawn shall be printed upon the ballot. If a request for withdrawal is received after this date (the date for certification of candidates for the ballot), then the votes cast for the withdrawn candidate are invalid and shall not be reported by the Board. (10 ILCS 5/10-7, 5/10-15; 65 ILCS 20/21-29)
Friday, December 26, 2014 Last day (by 5:00 p.m.) a person may file a notarized Declaration of Intent to be a Write-in Candidate for the February 24, 2015 Municipal General Election (not later than the 61st day before election–actual date is Thursday, December 25, 2015–moved to next business day per (10 ILCS 5/1-6; 10 ILCS 5/16-5.01)
Monday, January 12, 2015 Last day for Board to have absentee ballots available for mailing to persons in the United States Service or their spouse and dependents of voting age and citizens temporarily residing outside the territorial limits of the United States who have filed an application for ballot prior to the 45th day before the election (45 days prior to date of election–actual date is Saturday, January 10, 2015–moved to next business day per (10 ILCS 5/1-6; 10 ILCS 5/16-5.01)
Thursday, January 15, 2015 First day for mailing or delivery of absentee ballot.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 Last day for regular voter registration in the office of the Board of Election Commissioners or to transfer registration to a new address for the February 24, 2015 Municipal General Election (registration may be taken up to and including the 28th day before election), with the exception of “grace period” registration and voting. (10 ILCS 5/6-29)
Monday, February 9, 2015 First day for early voting at the offices of the Board and at permanent and temporary polling place locations designated by the Board (beginning the 15th day preceding the election). Early voting shall be conducted at permanent polling places between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturdays, and holidays and 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sundays. Early voting may be also conducted at temporary polling places on days and at hours to be announced and published. (10 ILCS 5/19A-15)

[5]

North Side

1st Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Proco Joe Moreno (incumbent) 4,205 51.08
Nonpartisan Anne Shaw 2,037 33.55
Nonpartisan Ronda Locke 1,680 20.41
Nonpartisan Andrew Hamilton 310 3.77
Total votes 8,232 100

2nd Ward

Incumbent Bob Fioretti ran for mayor.

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Brian Hopkins 2,889 28.98
Nonpartisan Alyx Pattison 2,404 24.11
Nonpartisan Bita Buenostro 1,411 14.15
Nonpartisan Stephen Niketopoulos 1,232 12.36
Nonpartisan Stacey Pfingsten 1,170 11.74
Nonpartisan Cornell Wilson 863 8.36
Total votes 9,969 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Brian Hopkins 7,597 56.63
Nonpartisan Alyx Pattison 5,819 43.37
Total votes 13,416 100.0

32nd Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Scott Waguespack (incumbent) 6,425 78.95
Nonpartisan Elise Doody-Jones 1,713 21.05
Total votes 8,138 100

40th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Patrick J. O'Connor (incumbent) 5,601 58.4
Nonpartisan Dianne Daleiden 3,989 41.6
Total votes 9,590 100

42nd Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Brendan Reilly (incumbent) 7,171 100
Total votes 7,171 100

43rd Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michelle Smith (incumbent) 4,309 41.81
Nonpartisan Caroline Vickrey 3,682 35.73
Nonpartisan Jen Kramer 1,707 16.56
Nonpartisan Jerry Quandt 608 5.9
Total votes 10,306 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michelle Smith (incumbent) 7,232 50.27
Nonpartisan Caroline Vickrey 7,153 49.73
Total votes 14,385 100.0

44th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Thomas M. Tunney (incumbent) 6,126 67.08
Nonpartisan Mark Thomas 2,153 23.57
Nonpartisan Scott Davis 854 9.35
Total votes 9,133 100

46th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan James Cappleman (incumbent) 4,800 46.87
Nonpartisan Amy Crawford 3,853 37.62
Nonpartisan Denice Davis 1,589 15.51
Total votes 10,242 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan James Cappleman (incumbent) 7,035 53.7
Nonpartisan Amy Crawford 6,065 46.3
Total votes 13,100 100

47th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Ameya Pawar (incumbent) 9,974 82.78
Nonpartisan Rory Fiedler 2,075 17.22
Total votes 12,049 100

48th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Harry Osterman (incumbent) 9,456 100
Total votes 9,456 100

49th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Joe Moore (incumbent) 5,578 66.84
Nonpartisan Don Gordon 2,867 33.16
Total votes 8,645 100

50th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Debra Silverstein (incumbent) 5,024 64.37
Nonpartisan Shajan Kuriakose 1,406 18.01
Nonpartisan Zehra Quadri 1,375 17.62
Total votes 7,805 100

Northwest Side

26th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Roberto Maldonado (incumbent) 3,466 52.25
Nonpartisan Juanita Irizarry 2,248 33.89
Nonpartisan Adam Corona 919 13.85
Total votes 6,633 100

30th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Ariel Reboyras (incumbent) 4,419 100
Total votes 4,419 100

31st Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Ray Suarez (incumbent) 2,778 48.02
Nonpartisan Milly Santiago 2,146 37.1
Nonpartisan Sean Starr 919 9.82
Nonpartisan Irma Cornier 293 5.06
Total votes 5,785 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Milly Santiago 4,218 50.47
Nonpartisan Ray Suarez (incumbent) 4,139 49.53
Total votes 8,357 100

33rd Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Deborah Mell (incumbent) 4,103 50.21
Nonpartisan Tim Meegan 2,779 34.01
Nonpartisan Annisa Wanat 1,289 15.78
Total votes 8,171 100

35th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Carlos Ramirez-Rosa 4,082 67.26
Nonpartisan Rey Colón (incumbent) 1,987 32.74
Total votes 6,069 100

36th Ward

Incumbent Nicholas Sposato ran in the adjacent 38th Ward due to redistricting.

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Omar Aquino 2,124 35.61
Nonpartisan Gilbert Villegas 1,945 32.61
Nonpartisan Christopher M. Vittorio 1,437 24.09
Nonpartisan Alonso Zaragoza 458 7.68
Total votes 5,964 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Gilbert Villegas 4,594 55.68
Nonpartisan Omar Aquino 3,656 44.32
Total votes 8,250 100

38th Ward

Incumbent Timothy Cullerton did not run for reelection

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Nicholas Sposato (incumbent) 5,992 53.58
Nonpartisan Heather Sattler 1,809 16.18
Nonpartisan Jerry Paszek 1,205 10.78
Nonpartisan Michael C. Duda 763 6.82
Nonpartisan Tom Caravette 662 5.92
Nonpartisan Carmen Hernandez 462 4.13
Nonpartisan Belinda Cadiz 290 2.59
Total votes 11,183 100

39th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Margaret Laurino (incumbent) 5,981 53.2
Nonpartisan Robert Murphy 4,815 42.83
Nonpartisan Joe Laiacona 446 3.97
Total votes 11,242 100

41st Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Mary O'Connor (incumbent) 7,132 47.72
Nonpartisan Anthony Napolitano 6,353 42.51
Nonpartisan Joe Lomanto 1,459 9.76
Total votes 14,944 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Anthony Napolitano 9,702 51.64
Nonpartisan Mary O'Connor (incumbent) 9,087 48.36
Total votes 18,789 100

45th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan John Arena (incumbent) 5,914 45.46
Nonpartisan John Garrido 5,164 39.7
Nonpartisan Michelle Baert 1,726 13.27
Nonpartisan Michael Diaz 204 1.57
Total votes 13,008 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan John Arena (incumbent) 8,488 53.89
Nonpartisan John Garrido 7,263 46.11
Total votes 15,751 100

West Side

22nd Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Ricardo Muñoz (incumbent) 2,928 57.65
Nonpartisan Raul Montes, Jr. 887 17.46
Nonpartisan Neftalie Gonzalez 669 13.17
Nonpartisan Robert Martinez 595 11.71
Total votes 5,079 100

24th Ward

Incumenbent Michael Chandler did not run for reelection

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michael Scott, Jr. 2,200 31.22
Nonpartisan Vetress Boyce 1,151 16.33
Nonpartisan Darren Tillis 1,016 14.22
Nonpartisan Frank Bass 772 10.96
Nonpartisan Regina Lewis 575 8.16
Nonpartisan Mickey Johnson 483 6.85
Nonpartisan Sherita Ann Harris 382 5.42
Nonpartisan Ladarius Curtis 199 2.82
Nonpartisan Roger Washington 140 1.99
Nonpartisan Larry Nelson 129 1.83
Total votes 7,047 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michael Scott, Jr. 5,378 67.59
Nonpartisan Vetress Boyce 2,579 32.41
Total votes 7,957 100.0

25th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Daniel Solis (incumbent) 3,811 51.07
Nonpartisan Byron Sigcho 1,383 18.53
Nonpartisan Jorge Mujica 907 12.15
Nonpartisan Beto Montano 748 10.02
Nonpartisan Ed Hershey 614 8.23
Total votes 7,463 100

27th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Walter Burnett, Jr. (incumbent) 6,284 74.06
Nonpartisan Gabe Beukinga 2,201 25.94
Total votes 8,485 100

28th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Jason Ervin (incumbent) 6,278 100
Total votes 6,278 100

29th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Deborah L. Graham (incumbent) 4,395 40.59
Nonpartisan Chris Taliaferro 2,435 22.49
Nonpartisan Lawrence Andolino 1,549 14.31
Nonpartisan Bob Galhotra 722 6.67
Nonpartisan Zerlina Smith 505 4.66
Nonpartisan LaCoulton Walls 486 4.49
Nonpartisan O.J. Johnson 389 3.59
Nonpartisan Stephen Robinson 346 3.2
Total votes 10,827 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Chris Taliaferro 6,702 51.7
Nonpartisan Deborah L. Graham (incumbent) 6,262 48.3
Total votes 12,964 100.0

37th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Emma Mitts (incumbent) 4,033 49.09
Nonpartisan Tara Stamps 2,640 32.13
Nonpartisan Maretta Brown-Miller 1,071 13.04
Nonpartisan Leroy Duncan 472 5.74
Total votes 8,216 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Emma Mitts (incumbent) 5,340 53.01
Nonpartisan Tara Stamps 4,734 46.99
Total votes 10,074 100.0

Southwest Side

11th Ward

Incumbent James Balcer did not run for reelection.

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Patrick Daley Thompson 4,644 48.37
Nonpartisan John Kozlar 3,399 35.4
Nonpartisan Maureen Sullivan 1,558 16.23
Total votes 9,969 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Patrick Daley Thompson 7,229 58.09
Nonpartisan John Kozlar 5,216 41.91
Total votes 12,445 100.0

12th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan George Cardenas (incumbent) 3,379 100
Total votes 3,379 100.0

13th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Marty Quinn (incumbent) 10,064 100
Total votes 10,064 100.0

14th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Edward M. Burke (incumbent) 5,028 100
Total votes 5,028 100.0

15th Ward

Incumbent Toni Foulkes ran in the adjacent 16th ward due to redistricting.

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Raymond Lopez 2,168 47.65
Nonpartisan Rafael Yanez 1,007 22.13
Nonpartisan Otis Davis, Jr. 462 10.15
Nonpartisan Raul Reyes 324 7.12
Nonpartisan Eddie Daniels 309 6.79
Nonpartisan Adolfo Mondragon 280 6.15
Total votes 4,550 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Raymond Lopez 3,596 57.98
Nonpartisan Rafael Yanez 2,606 42.02
Total votes 6,202 100.0

16th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Toni Foulkes (incumbent) 2,168 47.65
Nonpartisan Stephanie Coleman 2,096 35.11
Nonpartisan Jose Garcia 830 13.91
Nonpartisan Cynthia Lomax 357 5.98
Nonpartisan Joann Thompson (incumbent)[6] 115 1.93
Total votes 5,969 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Toni Foulkes (incumbent) 3,879 50.94
Nonpartisan Stephanie Coleman 3,736 49.06
Total votes 7,615 100.0

17th Ward

Incumbent Latasha Thomas did not run for reelection.

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan David Moore 4,467 52.93
Nonpartisan Glenda Franklin 3,064 36.3
Nonpartisan James Dukes 909 10.77
Total votes 8,440 100

18th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Derrick Curtis 3,663 30.25
Nonpartisan Lona Lane (incumbent) 3,625 29.94
Nonpartisan Chuks Onyezia 2,139 17.66
Nonpartisan Michael Davis 2,021 16.69
Nonpartisan Cosandra Harris 351 2.9
Nonpartisan Brandon Loggins 310 2.56
Total votes 12,109 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Derrick Curtis 9,843 67.74
Nonpartisan Lona Lane (incumbent) 4,688 32.26
Total votes 14,531 100.0

23rd Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michael R. Zalewski (incumbent) 6,434 66.98
Nonpartisan Martin Arteaga 1,796 18.7
Nonpartisan Anna Goral 1,376 14.32
Total votes 9,606 100

South Side

3rd Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Pat Dowell (incumbent) 7,441 72.89
Nonpartisan Patricia Horton 2,768 27.11
Total votes 10,209 100

4th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Will Burns (incumbent) 6,353 55.59
Nonpartisan Tracey Bey 2,862 25.04
Nonpartisan Norman Bolden 2,214 19.37
Total votes 11,429 100

5th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Leslie Hairston (incumbent) 5,851 52.55
Nonpartisan Anne Marie Miles 2,181 19.59
Nonpartisan Tiffany Brooks 891 8.0
Nonpartisan Jocelyn Hare 821 7.37
Nonpartisan Jedidiah Brown 792 7.11
Nonpartisan Robin Boyd Clark 599 5.38
Total votes 11,135 100

6th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Roderick Sawyer (incumbent) 5,990 56.2
Nonpartisan Richard Wooten 2,800 26.27
Nonpartisan Brian Garner 1,869 17.53
Total votes 10,659 100

7th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Natashia Holmes (incumbent) 2,642 25.47
Nonpartisan Gregory Mitchell 2,085 20.10
Nonpartisan Keiana Barrett 1,923 18.54
Nonpartisan Shonnie Curry 1,333 12.85
Nonpartisan Flo Digby 1,143 11.02
Nonpartisan Joseph Moseley II 761 7.34
Nonpartisan Margie Reid 362 3.49
Nonpartisan Bernie Riley 125 1.2
Total votes 10,374 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Gregory Mitchell 6,798 56.49
Nonpartisan Natashia Holmes (incumbent) 5,237 43.51
Total votes 12,035 100

8th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michelle Harris (incumbent) 9,167 68.53
Nonpartisan Faheem Shabazz 2,113 15.8
Nonpartisan Tara Baldridge 2,096 15.67
Total votes 13,376 100

20th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Willie B. Cochran (incumbent) 3,149 47.61
Nonpartisan Kevin Bailey 1,365 20.64
Nonpartisan Andre Smith 1,038 15.69
Nonpartisan Willie Ray, Jr. 672 10.16
Nonpartisan Ernest Radcliffe, Jr. 390 5.9
Total votes 6,614 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Willie Cochran (incumbent) 4,338 55.42
Nonpartisan Kevin Bailey 3,489 44.58
Total votes 7,827 100

Far South Side

9th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Anthony Beale (incumbent) 7,307 62.42
Nonpartisan Michael Lafargue 1,822 15.56
Nonpartisan Ted Williams 1,352 11.55
Nonpartisan Noonie Ward 1,225 10.46
Total votes 11,706 100

10th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan John Pope (incumbent) 4,181 44.04
Nonpartisan Susie Sadlowski Garza 2,287 24.09
Nonpartisan Richard Martinez, Jr. 1,191 12.55
Nonpartisan Juan Huizar 809 8.52
Nonpartisan Samantha Webb 510 5.37
Nonpartisan Frank Corona 307 3.23
Nonpartisan Olga Bautista 208 2.19
Total votes 9,493 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Susie Sadlowski Garza 5,825 50.09
Nonpartisan John Pope (incumbent) 5,805 49.91
Total votes 11,630 100.0

As of April 21, Alderman Pope has filed suit for a recount.[7] On May 12, however, Pope conceded defeat to Garza.[8]

19th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Matthew O'Shea (incumbent) 13,088 72.58
Nonpartisan Anne Schaible 4,944 27.42
Total votes 18,032 100

21st Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Howard Brookins (incumbent) 5,454 41.57
Nonpartisan Marvin McNeil 1,838 14.01
Nonpartisan Doris Lewis Brooks 1,529 11.65
Nonpartisan Joseph Ziegler, Jr. 1,376 10.49
Nonpartisan Patricia Foster 1,365 10.4
Nonpartisan Ken Lewis 862 6.57
Nonpartisan Jeffrey Baker 695 5.3
Total votes 13,119 100
Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Howard Brookins (incumbent) 7,574 51.05
Nonpartisan Marvin McNeil 7,261 48.95
Total votes 14,835 100.0

34th Ward

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Carrie Austin (incumbent) 7,610 61.22
Nonpartisan Shirley White 2,651 21.33
Nonpartisan Henry Moses 1,400 11.26
Nonpartisan Charles Thomas, Sr. 769 6.19
Total votes 12,430 100

See also

References

  1. ^ "2015 ELECTION INFORMATION PAMPHLET & CALENDAR" (PDF). ChicagoElections.com. July 29, 2014. Retrieved September 17, 2014.
  2. ^ https://chicago.legistar.com/People.aspx
  3. ^ http://www.nbcchicago.com/blogs/ward-room/Aldermanic-Races-Getting-Crowded-for-2015-280797732.html
  4. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-12-04. Retrieved 2014-12-22.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ http://app.chicagoelections.com/documents/general/document_595.pdf
  6. ^ Alderwoman Thompson died February 9, 2015. She was removed from the ballot the following week but any early ballots cast for her were still counted.
  7. ^ Susan Sadlowski Garza Wins 10th Ward Ald. Race Over John Pope by 20 Votes Archived 2015-04-26 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/politics/ct-chicago-10th-ward-election-0513-20150512-story.html

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