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2016 Illinois State Senate election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2016 Illinois Senate election

← 2014 November 8, 2016 (2016-11-08) 2018 →

40 of 59 seats in the Illinois Senate
30 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
Sen John Cullerton.jpeg
Christine Radogno (1).jpg
Leader John Cullerton Christine Radogno
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat 6th-Chicago 41st-La Grange
Last election 39 20
Seats won 37 22
Seat change Decrease2 Increase2

Senate President before election

John Cullerton
Democratic

Elected Senate President

John Cullerton
Democratic

The 2016 elections for the Illinois Senate took place on November 8, 2016 to elect senators from 40 of the state's 59 Senate districts to serve in the 100th General Assembly, with seats apportioned among the states based on the 2010 United States Census. Under the Illinois Constitution of 1970, senators are divided into three groups, each group having a two-year term at a different part of the decade between censuses, with the rest of the decade being taken up by two four-year terms.[1] The Democratic Party retained the majority that they had held in the Senate since 2003.

Overview

Affiliation Candidates Votes Vote % Seats Won Seats After
Democratic 32 1,906,007 59.45% 26 (Decrease 2) 37
Republican 21 1,299,861 40.54% 14 (Increase 2) 22
Independent 2 125 0.00% 0
Total 55 3,205,993 100% 40

Results

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Democratic Antonio "Tony" Munoz Won Democratic Antonio "Tony" Munoz 46,434 100.00%
2 Democratic William Delgado Retired Democratic Omar Aquino 57,000 100.00%
4 Democratic Kimberly A. Lightford Won Democratic Kimberly A. Lightford 80,583 100.00%
5 Democratic Patricia Van Pelt Won Democratic Patricia Van Pelt 75,700 100.00%
7 Democratic Heather A. Steans Won Democratic Heather A. Steans 82,014 100.00%
8 Democratic Ira I. Silverstein Won Democratic Ira I. Silverstein 62,149 100.00%
10 Democratic John G. Mulroe Won Democratic John G. Mulroe 63,145 99.98%
Independent Jonathon Luers 13 0.02%
11 Democratic Martin A. Sandoval Won Democratic Martin A. Sandoval 49,632 100.00%
13 Democratic Kwame Raoul Won Democratic Kwame Raoul 78,792 100.00%
14 Democratic Emil Jones III Won Democratic Emil Jones III 79,949 100.00%
16 Democratic Jacqueline "Jacqui" Collins Won Democratic Jacqueline "Jacqui" Collins 67,984 100.00%
17 Democratic Donne E. Trotter Won Democratic Donne E. Trotter 82,868 100.00%
19 Democratic Michael E. Hastings Won Democratic Michael E. Hastings 83,628 100.00%
20 Democratic Iris Y. Martinez Won Democratic Iris Y. Martinez 60,418 100.00%
22 Democratic Michael Noland Retired Democratic Cristina Castro 39,835 64.43%
Republican Tracy Smodilla 21,991 35.57%
23 Democratic Thomas E. Cullerton Won Democratic Thomas E. Cullerton 44,643 50.69%
Republican Seth Lewis 43,429 49.31%
25 Republican Jim Oberweis Won Republican Jim Oberweis 54,636 54.66%
Democratic Corinne M. Pierog 45,317 45.34%
26 Republican Dan McConchie Won Republican Dan McConchie 63,432 59.19%
Democratic Kelly Mazeski 43,738 40.81%
28 Democratic Laura Murphy Won Democratic Laura Murphy 47,097 53.49%
Republican Mel Thillens 40,950 46.51%
29 Democratic Julie A. Morrison Won Democratic Julie A. Morrison 53,744 59.11%
Republican Benjamin Salzberg 37,174 40.89%
31 Democratic Melinda Bush Won Democratic Melinda Bush 48,303 54.06%
Republican Michael Amrozowicz 41,044 45.94%
32 Republican Pamela Althoff Won Republican Pamela Althoff 65,150 67.61%
Democratic Melissa Coyne 31,217 32.39%
34 Democratic Steve Stadelman Won Democratic Steve Stadelman 66,412 100.00%
35 Republican Dave Syverson Won Republican Dave Syverson 78,269 100.00%
37 Republican Chuck Weaver Won Republican Chuck Weaver 92,654 100.00%
38 Republican Sue Rezin Won Republican Sue Rezin 55,848 57.91%
Democratic Christine Benson 40,586 42.09%
40 Democratic Toi W. Hutchinson Won Democratic Toi W. Hutchinson 71,014 100.00%
41 Republican Christine Radogno Won Republican Christine Radogno 87,665 100.00%
43 Democratic Pat McGuire Won Democratic Pat McGuire 67,722 100.00%
44 Republican Bill Brady Won Republican Bill Brady 87,022 100.00%
46 Democratic Dave Koehler Won Democratic Dave Koehler 70,854 100.00%
47 Democratic John Sullivan Retired Republican Jil Tracy 79,854 99.86%
Independent Kurt Fowler 112 0.14%
49 Democratic Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant Won Democratic Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant 51,960 52.73%
Republican Michelle Smith 46,581 47.27%
50 Republican William "Sam" McCann Won Republican William "Sam" McCann 89,431 100.00%
52 Democratic Scott M. Bennett Won Democratic Scott M. Bennett 52,401 60.96%
Republican Michael P. Madigan 33,562 39.04%
53 Republican Jason Barickman Won Republican Jason Barickman 84,127 100.00%
55 Republican Dale A. Righter Won Republican Dale A. Righter 83,806 100.00%
56 Democratic William "Bill" Haine Won Democratic William "Bill" Haine 78,460 100.00%
58 Republican David Luechtefeld Retired Republican Paul Schimpf 59,735 60.56%
Democratic Sheila Simon 38,905 39.44%
59 Democratic Gary Forby Defeated Republican Dale Fowler 53,501 55.15%
Democratic Gary Forby 43,503 44.85%

References

  1. ^ Illinois Constitution Article IV, Section 2(a) http://www.ilga.gov/commission/lrb/con4.htm
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