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2020 Cook County, Illinois elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2020 Cook County, Illinois elections
← 2018 November 3, 2020 2022 →
Turnout72.20%

The Cook County, Illinois general election was held on November 3, 2020.[1] Elections was held for Clerk of the Circuit Court, State's Attorney, Cook County Board Of Review district 1, three seats on the Water Reclamation District Board, and judgeships in the Circuit Court of Cook County and its subcircuits.[2]

Primary elections, held using the open primary system, took take place on March 17, 2020.[1][3]

Election information

The primaries and general elections for Cook County races coincided with those for federal races (President, House, and Senate) and those for state elections.

Voter turnout

Primary election

For the primaries, turnout was 33.54%, with 1,037,951 ballots cast. The ballots cast comprised 957,791 Democratic, 79,669 Republican, and 491 nonpartisan primary ballots. Turnout in the city of Chicago was 37.78%, while turnout in suburban Cook County was 29.42%.[4][5]

Turnout in the primaries was considered to be low for a presidential primary.[6] The low turnout was attributed by many to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[6] The potentially suppressed turnout of election-day voting as a result of virus concerns was partially offset by high in-person early voting and mail-in ballot numbers.[6] 339,000 people cast early votes, a record number, with Chicago seeing 172,000, and the rest of Cook County seeing 167,000 early votes, a record for each jurisdiction.[6] The election also saw a record number of requests made for mail-in ballots, with both Chicago and the rest of Cook County seeing numbers of requests surpassing any previous election.[6] In Chicago there were 118,000 such requests, with over 80,000 mail-in ballots ultimately being returned and counted.[7] In suburban Cook County, 47,652 mail-in ballots were returned, setting a record.[8] In Chicago, 45% of votes cast were either early votes or votes by mail.[7] In suburban Cook County, 56% of votes cast were either early votes or votes by mail.[8]

The county's turnout was higher than the statewide turnout rate of 28.36%.[9]

General election

For the general election, turnout was 72.20%, with 2,349,010 ballots cast. Turnout in the city of Chicago was 73.28%, while turnout in suburban Cook County was 71.18%.[10][11][12]

The county, as a whole, saw a turnout that was slightly below the statewide turnout rate of 72.92%.[9]

Clerk of the Circuit Court

2020 Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County election
← 2016 November 3, 2020 2024 →
Turnout65.22%[10][11]
 
Iris Martinez State Senator (1).jpg
3x4.svg
Candidate Iris Martinez Barbara Ruth Bellar
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 1,549,615 572,169
Percentage 73.03% 26.97%

Clerk before election

Dorothy A. Brown
Democratic

Elected Clerk

Iris Martinez
Democratic

The incumbent fifth-term clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Dorothy Brown, announced in 2019 that she would not run for re-election.[13] Brown had been the subject of a federal corruption investigation when she made the announcement.[13] Democrat Iris Martinez was elected to succeed her.[14]

The last Republican to hold this office was Brown's immediate predecessor Aurelia Pucinski, who, while elected a Democrat in each of her elections to the office, had switched parties in her final term.[15][16]

Primaries

Democratic

All four candidates in the Democratic Party primary for the office pledged to modernize the office and to address corruption.[17][18]

Candidates

The following candidates ran for the Democratic Party nomination for Clerk of the Circuit Court:

Candidate Experience Campaign Ref
Michael Cabonargi (1) (white background).jpg
Michael Cabonargi Member of Cook County Board of Review for the 2nd district Website [19]
Richard Boykin (37234207590).jpg
Richard Boykin Former member of Cook County Board of Commissioners for the 1st district Website [19]
Iris Martinez State Senator (1).jpg
Iris Martinez Illinois State Senator for the 20th district Website [19]
3x4.svg
Jacob Meister Civil rights lawyer
Candidate for Clerk of the Cook County Circuit Court in 2016
Candidate for U.S. Senate in 2010
Website [13][19]
Endorsements
Richard Boykin

Newspapers

Organizations

Elected officials

Individuals
Michael Cabonargi

Newspapers

Organizations

Elected officials

Jacob Meister

Newspapers

Organizations

  • Northside Democracy for America[13]
  • Southside Democracy for America[27]
  • LGBTQ Victory Fund[27]
  • Chicago NOW PAC[27]

Elected officials

Polls
Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin
of error
Richard
Boykin
Michael
Cabonargi
Iris Y.
Martinez
Jacob
Meister
Undecided
ALG Research[22] February 9–12, 2020 500 ± 4.4 12% 4% 15% 3% 65%
Fako Research & Strategies (Boykin)[22] Late-January, 2020 13% 4% 11% 3% 69%
Results
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County Democratic primary[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Iris Y. Martinez 269,578 33.67
Democratic Michael M. Cabonargi 216,180 27.00
Democratic Richard R. Boykin 199,526 24.92
Democratic Jacob Meister 113,855 14.22
Write-in Others 1,511 0.19
Total votes 800,650 100

Republican

Candidates

The following candidates ran for the Republican party nomination for Clerk of the Circuit Court:

Candidate Experience Campaign Ref
Barbara Ruth Bellar Candidate for Illinois State Senate in 2012
Candidate for Illinois House of Representatives in 2010
[19]
Write-in candidates
Results
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County Republican primary[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Barbara Bellar 64,160 99.42
Write-in Richard Mayers 1 0.00
Write-in Others 374 0.58
Total votes 64,535 100

General election

Endorsements
Iris Martinez (D)
Results
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County election[12]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Iris Y. Martinez 1,549,615 73.03
Republican Barbara Bellar 572,169 26.97
Total votes 2,121,784 100

State's Attorney

2020 Cook County State's Attorney election
← 2016 November 3, 2020 2024 →
Turnout67.72%[10][11]
 
Kim Foxx 2018 (1) (cropped).png
3x4.svg
3x4.svg
Candidate Kim Foxx Pat O'Brien Brian Dennehy
Party Democratic Republican Libertarian
Popular vote 1,194,299 861,108 147,769
Percentage 54.21% 39.08% 6.71%

State's Attorney before election

Kim Foxx
Democratic

Elected State's Attorney

Kim Foxx
Democratic

Incumbent Cook County state's attorney Kim Foxx won reelection to a second term.[43]

Foxx defeated three opponents in the Democratic primary and Republican Pat O'Brien in the general election.

Only Democrats have held this office ever since Richard A. Devine unseated Republican Jack O'Malley in 1996.[44]

Primaries

Democratic

Incumbent Kim Foxx faced three opponents in the, two former Assistant State's Attorneys, Bill Conway and Donna More, and former Chicago alderman Bob Fioretti.

The money spent in the Democratic primary made this the most expensive State's Attorney election in Cook County to date.[45] Conway raised $11.9 million in campaign funds, most of which was from his father William E. Conway's cumulative donations of $10.5 million.[46] Foxx raised $2.8 million, and her biggest donors include Fred Eychaner and the political action committee of SEIU Illinois.[47][Note 1] More raised $406,000 and Fioretti raised $20,000.[48][49][Note 2]

Candidates

The following candidates ran for the Democratic Party nomination for State's Attorney:

Candidate Experience Campaign Ref
3x4.svg
Bill Conway Former Navy Intelligence officer
Former Cook County Assistant State's Attorney
Website [50]
Robert Fioretti (20741647040) (cropped).jpg
Bob Fioretti Former Chicago alderman for the 2nd ward
Candidate for Mayor of Chicago in the 2015 and 2019 elections
Candidate for Cook County Board President in 2018
Candidate for Illinois State Senate in 2016
Website [50]
Kim Foxx 2018 (1) (cropped).png
Kim Foxx Incumbent
Former Chief of Staff for Cook County Board President
Former Cook County Assistant State's Attorney
Website [50]
3x4.svg
Donna More Candidate for Cook County State's Attorney in 2016
Former U.S. Attorney and Cook County Assistant State's Attorney
Website [50]
Endorsements
Bill Conway

Organizations

  • Chicago Fire Fighters Union Local 2[51]
  • International Union of Elevator Constructors[51]
  • Maine Township Democratic Organization[51]
  • United Hellenic Voters of America[51]

Elected officials

Bob Fioretti

Organizations

Kim Foxx

Newspapers

Organizations

  • Chicago Federation of Labor[53]
  • Chicago Teachers Union[54]
  • Color of Change[55]
  • Cook County Democratic Party[56]
  • Democratic Party of Evanston[25]
  • Equality Illinois[57]
  • Independent Voters of Illinois Independent Precinct Organization[58]
  • The People's Lobby[59]"Endorsements | The People's Lobby". Retrieved 2020-02-01.
  • Personal PAC[53]
  • Real Justice PAC[53]
  • Reclaim Chicago[60]
  • United Working Families[53]
  • Wheeling Township Democrats[53]

Elected officials

Individuals

Donna More

Newspapers

Polls
Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin
of error
Bill
Conway
Bob
Fioretti
Kim
Foxx
Donna
More
Undecided
WGN-TV/Emerson College/Nexstar[71][72] March 11–12, 2020 567 ± 4.1 20.3% 4.3% 36.3% 4.8% 34.2%
Ogden & Fry[73] March 7, 2020 466 ± 4.63 31.7% 9.0% 48.2% 11.1%
19.5% 4.2% 33.0% 5.8% 37.5%
Anzalone Liszt Grove Research[74] February 13–16, 2020 600 ± 4.0 26% 5% 28% 4%
Anzalone Liszt Grove Research[74] January 22, 2020 16% 8% 32% 5%
Anzalone Liszt Grove Research[74] December 8, 2019 14% 11% 36% 6%
Results
Cook County State’s Attorney Democratic primary[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kim Foxx (incumbent) 447,974 50.19
Democratic Bill Conway 276,341 30.96
Democratic Donna More 122,528 13.73
Democratic Bob Fioretti 44,794 5.02
Write-in Others 955 0.11
Total votes 892,592 100

Republican

Pat O'Brien defeated Christopher Pfannkuche. Pfannkuche had been the Republican nominee for State's Attorney in 2016.

Candidates

The following candidates ran for the Republican party nomination for State's Attorney:

Candidate Experience Campaign Ref
Pat O'Brien Former Judge, Cook County Circuit Court 1st Municipal District Website [50]
Christopher Pfannkuche Lawyer Website [50]
Write-in candidates
Endorsements
Christopher Pfannkuche

Newspapers

Organizations
Results
Cook County State’s Attorney Republican primary[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Patrick W. "Pat" O'Brien 51,610 72.53
Republican Christopher E. K. Pfannkuche 19,122 26.87
Write-in Richard Mayers 1 0.00
Write-in Others 426 0.60
Total votes 71,159 100

General election

Polls
Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin
of error
Kim
Foxx
Pat O'Brien Undecided
Ogden & Fry / Cook County Republican Party[A][78][79] October 18, 2020 473 ± 3.69 47.1% 40.6% 9.8%
Ogden & Fry[80] September 5, 2020 447 ± 3.77 48.1% 33.8% 18.1%
Endorsements
Kim Foxx (D)

Organizations

Politicians

Individuals

Newspapers

Pat O'Brien (R)

Politicians

Newspapers

Results
Cook County State’s Attorney election[12]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kim Foxx (incumbent) 1,194,299 54.21
Republican Patrick W. "Pat" O'Brien 861,108 39.08
Libertarian Brian Dennehy 147,769 6.71
Total votes 2,203,176 100

Cook County Board of Review

2020 Cook County Board of Review election
← 2018 November 3, 2020 2022 →

1 of 3 seats on the Cook County Board of Review
2 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
 
Party Democratic Republican
Seats before 2 1
Seats after 3 0
Seat change Increase1 Decrease1
Seats up 0 1
Races won 1 0

In the 2020 Cook County Board of Review election, one seat, Republican-held, out of its three seats is up for election. Incumbent Dan Patlak is seeking reelection.

The Cook County Board of Review has its three seats rotate the length of terms. In a staggered fashion (in which no two seats have coinciding two-year terms), the seats rotate between two consecutive four-year terms and a two-year term.[86]

1st district

Incumbent second-term Cook County Board of Review Commissioner for the 1st district, Dan Patlak, a third-term Republican last reelected in 2016, was unseated by Democrat Tammy Wendt.

This election was to a two-year term.[86]

Primaries

Democratic
Candidates

The following candidates ran for the Democratic Party nomination:

Candidate Experience Campaign Ref
Abdelnasser Rashid Former Deputy Chief of Staff for former Cook County Clerk David Orr
Former Chief Policy Officer for Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi
2018 Democratic nominee for Cook County Board of Commissioners district 17
Website [87][88][89]
Tammy Wendt Attorney and real estate agent
Former Cook County assistant state's attorney
Trial attorney for Jason Van Dyke in the Laquan McDonald case
Website [87][90][91][92]
Endorsements
Abdelnasser Rashid

Organizations[93]

Individuals[93]

  • Dick Durbin, U.S. Senator for Illinois
  • Jesús "Chuy" García, U.S. Representative for Illinois' 4th district
  • Robin Kelly, U.S. Representative for Illinois' 2nd district
  • Raja Krishnamoorthi, U.S. Representative for Illinois' 8th district
  • Jan Schakowsky, U.S. Representative for Illinois' 9th district
  • David Orr, former Cook County Clerk
  • Kimberly Lightford, Illinois State Senator for the 4th district and Majority Leader
  • Bill Cunningham, Illinois State Senator for the 18th district and President Pro Tempore
  • Jacqueline Collins, Illinois State Senator for the 16th district
  • Steve Landek, Illinois State Senator for the 12th district
  • Michael Hastings, Illinois State Senator for the 19th district
  • Ram Villivalam, Illinois State Senator for the 8th district
  • Kelly Burke, Illinois State Representative for the 36th district and Assistant Majority Leader
  • Will Davis, Illinois State Representative for the 30th district and Assistant Majority Leader
  • Robyn Gabel, Illinois State Representative for the 18th district
  • Thaddeus Jones, Illinois State Representative for the 29th district
  • Theresa Mah, Illinois State Representative for the 2nd district
  • Marty Moylan, Illinois State Representative for the 55th district
  • Michelle Mussman, Illinois State Representative for the 56th district
  • Mark Walker, Illinois State Representative for the 53rd district
  • Michael Zalewski, Illinois State Representative for the 23rd district
  • Alma Anaya, Cook County Board Commissioner
  • Scott Britton, Cook County Board Commissioner
  • John Daley, Cook County Board Commissioner
  • Bridget Degnen, Cook County Board Commissioner
  • Brandon Johnson, Cook County Board Commissioner
  • Donna Miller, Cook County Board Commissioner
Tammy Wendt

Organizations[94]

Individuals[94]

Results
Board of Review 1st district Democratic primary[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tammy Wendt 110,559 54.45
Democratic Abdelnasser Rashid 92,493 45.55
Total votes 203,052
Republican
Candidates

The following candidates ran for the Republican party nomination:

Candidate Experience Campaign Ref
Dan Patlak Incumbent
Former Assessor of Wheeling Township
Website [87]
Results
Board of Review 1st district Republican primary[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Dan Patlak (incumbent) 43,625 100
Total votes 43,625 100

General election

Endorsements
Results
Board of Review 1st district election[12]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tammy Wendt 394,202 50.75
Republican Dan Patlak (incumbent) 382,509 49.25
Total votes 776,711 100

Water Reclamation District Board

2020 Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago election
← 2018 November 3, 2020 2022 →

3 of 9 seats on the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago
5 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
 
Party Democratic Green
Seats before 9 0
Seats after 9 0
Seat change Steady 0 Steady 0
Seats up 3 0
Races won 3 0

Three of the nine seats on the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago board are up for election in 2020. Each winning candidate will serve a six-year term on the board. All candidates will appear together on the ballot, and voters can vote for up to three candidates (in both the primary and the general).[28][95]

All three incumbents are Democrats.[95] Incumbents Kimberly Neely Dubuclet and Cam Davis will be on the ballot in the general election, while incumbent Frank Avila lost renomination.

Primaries

Democratic

Candidates

The following candidates are running for the Democratic Party nomination:[95]

  • Frank Avila, incumbent Water Reclamation District Board commissioner
  • Heather Boyle
  • Mike Cashman
  • Cam Davis, incumbent Water Reclamation District Board commissioner
  • Deyon Dean
  • Kimberly Neely Dubuclet, incumbent Water Reclamation District Board commissioner
  • Patricia Theresa Flynn
  • Michael Grace
  • Shundar Lin
  • Eira Corral Sepúlveda

The following candidates were removed from the ballot:

Results
Water Reclamation District Board Democratic primary[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kimberly Neely Dubuclet (incumbent) 346,370 18.02
Democratic M Cameron "Cam" Davis (incumbent) 288,471 15.01
Democratic Eira L. Corral Sepúlveda 242,055 12.59
Democratic Patricia Theresa Flynn 222,191 11.56
Democratic Heather Boyle 216,447 11.26
Democratic Frank Avila (incumbent) 215,741 11.22
Democratic Michael G. Grace 157,088 8.17
Democratic Mike Cashman 99,319 5.17
Democratic Shundar Lin 65,757 3.42
Democratic Deyon Dean 61,102 3.18
Write-in Others 7,627 0.40
Total votes 1,922,168

Republican

No candidates were included on the ballot in the Republican primary. While two official write-in candidates did run, neither received a sufficient share of the vote for them to win nomination.

Write-in candidates
Results
Water Reclamation District Board Republican primary[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Write-in Frank Rowder 7 0.21
Write-in Richard Mayers 4 0.12
Write-in Others 3,305 99.67
Total votes 3,316 100

Green

The Green Party nominated Troy Hernandez, Tammie Vinson, and Rachel Wales.[95]

General election

Endorsements
Kimberly Neely Dubuclet (D)
Eira L. Corral Sepúlveda (D)
Results
Water Reclamation District Board election[12]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kimberly Neely Dubuclet (incumbent) 1,288,586 28.89
Democratic M Cameron "Cam" Davis (incumbent) 1,141,803 25.60
Democratic Eira L. Corral Sepúlveda 1,028,057 23.05
Green Tammie Felicia Vinson 324,905 7.28
Green Troy Antonio Hernandez 339,633 7.61
Green Rachel Wales 337,272 7.56
Total votes 4,460,256 100

Judicial elections

Partisan elections was held to fill 13 judgeships in the Circuit Court of Cook County and 21 judgeships in subcircuits of the court. There were Democratic Party candidates for all 34 elections, whereas the Republican primary had been canceled for all but two vacancies.[97] Retention elections were also held for judgeships on these courts.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Foxx's campaign committee was created prior to her previous run for the office in the 2016 election. This amount counts all donations received by the committee after December 1, 2016, when Foxx first took office.
  2. ^ Fioretti's campaign committee has been active for several of his prior runs for office. This amount counts all donations received by the committee since April 2019, after the end of the 2019 Chicago mayoral election where Fioretti last ran for office.
Partisan clients
  1. ^ The Cook County Republican Party nominated O'Brien prior to the sampling period

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