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2020 Illinois Senate election

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2020 Illinois Senate elections

← 2018 November 3, 2020 (2020-11-03) 2022 →

22 of 59 seats in the Illinois Senate
30 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
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Leader Don Harmon Bill Brady
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat 6th-Chicago 44th-Bloomington
Last election 40 19
Seats won 41 18
Seat change Increase 1 Decrease 1
Popular vote 1,261,848 627,734
Percentage 66.35% 33.01%
Swing Increase 8.90% Decrease 8.38%

2020 IL Senate Results.svg
Results by district

Senate President before election

Don Harmon
Democratic

Elected Senate President

Don Harmon
Democratic

The 2020 elections for the Illinois Senate took place on November 3, 2020 to elect senators from 22 of the state's 59 Senate districts to serve in the 102nd 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 has held a majority in the Senate since 2003. The inauguration of the 102nd General Assembly occurred on Wednesday January 13, 2021.[2]

The elections for United States President, Illinois United States Senator, Illinois's 18 congressional districts, the Illinois Fair Tax and the Illinois House were held on this date.

The Republican Party needed to gain 11 seats to earn a majority in the Senate. The Democratic Party gained one seat towards their already-existing supermajority.

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Overview

2020 Illinois State Senate Elections[3]
Party Votes % % change Total Seats
before
Seats
up
Seats
won
Total Seats
after
+/–
Democratic 1,261,848 66.35% Increase8.90% 40 18 19 41 Increase1
Republican 627,734 33.01% Decrease8.38% 19 4 3 18 Decrease1
Democracy in America 11,916 0.63% N/A 0 0 0 0 Steady 0
Write-Ins 275 0.01% Increase0.01% N/A N/A N/A N/A Steady 0
Totals 1,901,773 100.00% N/A 59 22 22 59

Senate President Election

On November 14, 2019, then-Senate President John Cullerton announced he would retire from the Illinois Senate.[4] Then-Assistant Majority Leader Don Harmon and Majority Leader Kimberly A. Lightford were the two lawmakers being backed for the Senate President election.[5] Harmon was elected as the 39th Senate President of the Illinois Senate on January 19, 2020.[6]

Elections by district

District 1District 4District 6District 7District 10District 11District 13District 16District 19District 22District 25District 28District 31District 34District 37District 40District 43District 46District 49District 52District 55District 58Find your district

District 1

The 1st district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes parts of Forest View as well as all or parts of the Chicago neighborhoods of Archer Heights, Armour Square, Bridgeport, Brighton Park, Chicago Lawn, Garfield Ridge, Lower West Side, McKinley Park, Near South Side, Near West Side, New City, and West Elsdon.[7][8] The district has been represented by Democrat Antonio Munoz since January 9, 1999.[9] Munoz faced Froy Jimenez, a CPS history teacher and soccer coach,[10] for the Democratic nomination. After winning the Democratic nomination, Munoz faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Endorsements

Antonio Munoz

Organizations

Results

Democratic Primary[13][14][15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Antonio "Tony" Munoz (incumbent) 15,912 61.73
Democratic Froylan "Froy" Jimenez 9,864 38.27
Total votes 25,776 100.0
General Election[3][16][17]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Antonio "Tony" Munoz (incumbent) 47,959 100.0
Total votes 47,959 100.0
Democratic hold

District 4

The 4th district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes all or parts of Bellwood, Berkeley, Berwyn, Broadview, Brookfield, Forest Park, Hillside, La Grange, La Grange Park, Maywood, Melrose Park, North Riverside, Northlake, Oak Brook, Oak Park, River Forest, Westchester, and Western Springs and parts of the Chicago neighborhood of Austin.[7][8] The district has been represented by Democrat Kimberly A. Lightford since November 20, 1998.[9] Lightford faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Endorsements

Kimberly Lightford

Organizations

Results

Democratic Primary[13][14][15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kimberly A. Lightford (incumbent) 37,910 100.0
Total votes 37,910 100.0
General Election[3][16][17]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kimberly A. Lightford (incumbent) 83,559 100.0
Total votes 83,559 100.0
Democratic hold

District 6

The 6th district includes parts of the Chicago neighborhoods of Albany Park, Avondale, Irving Park, Lake View, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Square, Logan Square, North Center, Near North Side, and Uptown.[7][8] The district was represented by Democrat John Cullerton since his appointment in 1991 and served as Senate President from 2009 to 2020.[9] On November 14, 2019, Cullerton announced he would retire from the Illinois Senate.[4] State Representative Sara Feigenholtz from the 12th district was appointed to the seat on January 22, 2020.[18] No primary election was held and Feigenholtz faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

General Election[3][16]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Sara Feigenholtz (incumbent) 106,220 100.0
Total votes 106,220 100.0
Democratic hold

District 7

The 7th district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes parts of Evanston and includes all or parts of the Chicago neighborhoods of Albany Park, Edgewater, Lake View, North Center, North Park, Rogers Park, Uptown, and West Ridge.[7][8] The district has been represented by Democrat Heather Steans since her appointment on February 10, 2008.[9] Steans faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Endorsements

Heather Steans

Organizations

Democratic Primary[13][14][15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Heather A. Steans (incumbent) 47,121 100.0
Total votes 47,121 100.0
General Election[3][16][17]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Heather A. Steans (incumbent) 90,009 100.0
Total votes 90,009 100.0
Democratic hold

District 10

The 10th district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes parts of Des Plaines, Elmwood Park, Franklin Park, Harwood Heights, Niles, Norridge, Park Ridge, River Grove, Rosemont, and Schiller Park and includes parts of the Chicago neighborhoods of Dunning, Edison Park, Forest Glen, Jefferson Park, Norwood Park, O'Hare, and Portage Park.[7][8] The district had been represented by Democrat John Mulroe since his appointment in August 2010.[9] Mulroe announced he would step down as a state senator on June 21, 2019 to become a judge in the 10th Cook County Judicial Subcircuit.[19] State Representative Robert Martwick was appointed on June 28, 2019 to fill the vacancy.[20] Martwick faced Danny O'Toole, a sergeant with the Chicago Police Department,[21] for the Democratic nomination. Martwick won the Democratic nomination. Anthony Beckman, a police officer from Norridge, was the Republican nominee.[22]

Endorsements

Results

Democratic Primary[13][14][15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Martwick (incumbent) 17,407 54.44
Democratic Daniel "Danny" O'Toole 14,568 45.56
Total votes 31,975 100.0
Republican Primary[13][26][15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Anthony Beckman 5,084 100.0
Total votes 5,084 100.0
General Election[3][16][17][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Martwick (incumbent) 53,351 53.79
Republican Anthony Beckman 45,841 46.21
Total votes 99,192 100.0
Democratic hold

District 11

The 11th district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes parts of Bedford Park, Bridgeview, Burbank, Cicero, Forest View, Lyons, McCook, Riverside, Stickney, and Summit and includes all or parts of the Chicago neighborhoods of Archer Heights, Ashburn, Brighton Park, Chicago Lawn, Clearing, Gage Park, Garfield Ridge, Lower West Side, McKinley Park, South Lawndale, West Elsdon, and West Lawn.[7][8] The district had been represented by Democrat Martin Sandoval since January 9, 2013. He previously served as a state senator for the 12th district from January 8, 2003 to January 9, 2013.[9] Sandoval announced that he would resign as state senator effective January 1, 2020 amid a corruption scandal and would later on plead guilty to bribery charges.[28][29] State Representative Celina Villanueva was appointed to fill the vacancy.[30] Mary Ellen "Mari" Brown, a small business owner, ran in the general election under a new political party called Democracy in America.[31]

Endorsements

Results

Democratic Primary[13][14][15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Celina Villanueva (incumbent) 22,716 100.0
Total votes 22,716 100.0
General Election[3][16][17][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Celina Villanueva (incumbent) 46,700 79.67
Democracy in America Mary Ellen "Mari" Brown 11,916 20.33
Write-in 2 0.00
Total votes 58,618 100.0
Democratic hold

District 13

The 13th district includes all or parts of the Chicago neighborhoods of Calumet Heights, Douglas, East Side, Grand Boulevard, Hegewisch, Hyde Park, Kenwood, Loop, Near North Side, Near South Side, South Chicago, South Deering, South Shore, Washington Park, and Woodlawn.[7][8] The district had been represented by Democrat Kwame Raoul since November 6, 2004.[9] After winning in the 2018 general election to become Illinois Attorney General, Raoul vacated his state senator seat. Robert Peters, political director of Reclaim Chicago, was appointed to the seat on January 6, 2019.[34] Peters faced Ken Thomas, an attorney,[35] for the Democratic nomination. After winning the nomination, Peters faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Endorsements

Robert Peters

Organizations

Results

Democratic Primary[13][14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Peters (incumbent) 21,646 53.26
Democratic Ken Thomas 18,997 46.74
Total votes 40,643 100.0
General Election[3][16]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Peters (incumbent) 79,024 100.0
Total votes 79,024 100.0
Democratic hold

District 16

The 16th district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes parts of Bedford Park, Bridgeview, Burbank, Burr Ridge, Chicago Ridge, Countryside, Hickory Hills, Hodgkins, Hometown, Indian Head Park, Justice, Oak Lawn, Palos Hills, and Willow Springs and parts of the Chicago neighborhoods of Ashburn, Chicago Lawn, Englewood, Greater Grand Crossing, West Englewood, and Woodlawn.[7][8] The district has been represented by Democrat Jacqueline Y. Collins since January 8, 2003.[9] Collins faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Endorsements

Jacqueline (Jacqui) Collins

Organizations

Democratic Primary[13][14][15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jacqueline "Jacqui" Collins (incumbent) 27,750 100.0
Total votes 27,750 100.0
General Election[3][16][17]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jacqueline "Jacqui" Collins (incumbent) 64,671 100.0
Total votes 64,671 100.0
Democratic hold

District 19

The 19th district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes all or parts of Country Club Hills, Flossmoor, Frankfort, Frankfort Square, Harvey, Hazel Crest, Homer Glen, Homewood, Joliet, Lockport, Markham, Matteson, Mokena, New Lenox, Oak Forest, Olympia Fields, Orland Park, Park Forest, Richton Park, Tinley Park, and University Park.[7] The district has been represented by Democrat Michael Hastings since January 9, 2013.[9] Hastings faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Endorsements

Michael E. Hastings

Organizations

Results

Democratic Primary[13][15][38]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Michael E. Hastings (incumbent) 30,722 100.0
Total votes 30,722 100.0
Republican Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican August Deuser (write-in) 299 100.0
Total votes 299 100.0
General Election[3][17][39]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Michael E. Hastings (incumbent) 90,460 100.0
Total votes 90,460 100.0
Democratic hold

District 22

The 22nd district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes all or parts of Barrington Hills, Bartlett, Carpentersville, East Dundee, Elgin, Hanover Park, Hoffman Estates, Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, South Elgin, and Streamwood.[7] The district has been represented by Democrat Cristina Castro since January 11, 2017.[9] Castro faced Rae Yawer, the Commissioner of the Streamwood Park District Board, for the Democratic nomination.[40] After winning the nomination, Castro faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Endorsements

Cristina Castro

Results

Democratic Primary[13][15][41]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Cristina Castro (incumbent) 13,838 81.52
Democratic Rae Yawer 3,136 18.48
Total votes 16,974 100.0
General Election[3][17][42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Cristina Castro (incumbent) 54,534 100.0
Total votes 54,534 100.0
Democratic hold

District 25

The 25th district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes all or parts of Aurora, Bartlett, Batavia, Big Rock, Campton Hills, Elburn, Elgin, Geneva, Geneva, Lily Lake, Montgomery, Naperville, North Aurora, Oswego, Plano, Prestbury, South Elgin, St. Charles, Sugar Grove, Warrenville, Wayne, West Chicago, and Yorkville.[7] The district has been represented by Republican Jim Oberweis since January 9, 2013.[9] Oberweis announced in 2019 his plans to run in the 14th congressional district, leaving his own seat open.[43] Two candidates ran for the Republican nomination: Beth Goncher, executive director of the Sugar Grove Chamber and independent consultant[44] and Jeanette Ward, product manager for an international chemical company.[45] Ward won the Republican nomination. Karina Villa, the first-term state representative from the 49th district, was the Democratic nominee.

Endorsements

Jeanette Ward
State Representatives
Organizations
Karina Villa

Elected officials

Organizations

Newspapers

Results

Democratic Primary[13][15][41][59][60]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Karina Villa 22,918 100.0
Total votes 22,918 100.0
Republican Primary[13][15][61][59][60]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jeanette Ward 8,040 59.64
Republican Beth Goncher 5,441 40.36
Total votes 13,481 100.0
General Election[3][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Karina Villa 60,238 50.96
Republican Jeanette Ward 57,976 49.04
Total votes 118,214 100.0
Democratic gain from Republican

District 28

The 28th district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes parts of Arlington Heights, Des Plaines, Elk Grove Village, Hanover Park, Hoffman Estates, Mount Prospect, Palatine, Park Ridge, Rolling Meadows, Roselle, and Schaumburg as well as parts of the Chicago neighborhood of O'Hare.[7][8] The district has been represented by Democrat Laura Murphy since her appointment on October 5, 2015.[9] Murphy faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Endorsements

Laura Murphy

Organizations

Results

Democratic Primary[13][15][59]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Laura Murphy (incumbent) 22,452 100.0
Total votes 22,452 100.0
Republican Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Peter Dombrowski (write-in) 346 100.0
Total votes 346 100.0
General Election[3][16][17][62]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Laura Murphy (incumbent) 71,974 100.0
Total votes 71,974 100.0
Democratic hold

District 31

The 31st district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes all or parts of Antioch, Beach Park, Gages Lake, Grandwood Park, Grayslake, Gurnee, Hainesville, Lake Villa, Lindenhurst, Long Lake, Old Mill Creek, Round Lake, Round Lake Beach, Round Lake Heights, Round Lake Park, Third Lake, Venetian Village, Volo, Wadsworth, Wauconda, Waukegan, Winthrop Harbor, and Zion.[7] The district has been represented by Democrat Melinda Bush since January 9, 2013.[9] Christopher Kasperski, a former combat veteran and campaign manager for State Senator Craig Wilcox, was the Republican nominee.[63]

Endorsements

Democratic Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Melinda Bush (incumbent) 20,121 100.0
Total votes 20,121 100.0
Republican Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Christopher Kasperski 7,219 100.0
Total votes 7,219 100.0
General Election[3][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Melinda Bush (incumbent) 58,274 58.48
Republican Christopher Kasperski 41,373 41.52
Total votes 99,647 100.0
Democratic hold

District 34

The 34th district, located in the Rockford metropolitan area, includes parts of Cherry Valley, Loves Park, Machesney Park, Rockford, and Roscoe.[7] The district has been represented by Democrat Steve Stadelman since January 9, 2013.[9] Paul Hofmann, a former worker for an aerospace company, was the Republican nominee in the general election.[65]

Steve Stadelman

Organizations

Democratic Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Steve Stadelman (incumbent) 17,581 100.0
Total votes 17,581 100.0
General Election[3][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Steve Stadelman (incumbent) 51,382 61.69
Republican Paul Hofmann 31,910 38.31
Total votes 83,292 100.0
Democratic hold

District 37

The 37th district, located partly in the Peoria metropolitan area, covers all or parts of Aledo, Alexis, Alpha, Altona, Amboy, Andover, Annawan, Atkinson, Bay View Gardens, Bishop Hill, Bradford, Brimfield, Buda, Cambridge, Chillicothe, Dana, Dover, Dunlap, East Galesburg, Elmwood, Galesburg, Galva, Geneseo, Germantown Hills, Gilson, Harmon, Henderson, Henry, Hooppole, Hopewell, Joy, Keithsburg, Kewanee, Knoxville, La Fayette, La Moille, La Rose, Lacon, Leonore, London Mills, Lostant, Manlius, Maquon, Matherville, Metamora, Mineral, Neponset, New Bedford, New Boston, North Henderson, Oak Run, Ohio, Oneida, Orion, Peoria, Peoria Heights, Princeville, Rio, Roanoke, Rome, Rutland, Seaton, Sheffield, Sherrard, Sparland, Spring Bay, Sublette, Tiskilwa, Toluca, Toulon, Varna, Victoria, Viola, Walnut, Washburn, Wataga, Wenona, Williamsfield, Windsor, Woodhull, Wyanet, Wyoming, and Yates City.[7] The district has been represented by Republican Chuck Weaver since his appointment in October 2015.[9] Weaver announced on January 9, 2020 he plans to retire from the Illinois Senate at the end of his term. Widmer Fabrics CEO Win Stoller as a result was the sole candidate running for the Republican nomination.[66] Stoller faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Republican Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Win Stoller 12,502 100.0
Total votes 12,502 100.0
General Election[3][67][68][69][70][71][72][73][74][75]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Win Stoller 93,569 99.71
Write-in 273 0.29
Total votes 93,842 100.0
Republican hold

District 40

The 40th district, located partly in the Chicagoland area, includes all or parts of Aroma Park, Beecher, Bonfield, Bourbonnais, Braceville, Bradley, Buckingham, Cabery, Chebanse, Chicago Heights, Coal City, East Brooklyn, Essex, Flossmoor, Frankfort, Gardner, Glenwood, Godley, Hazel Crest, Herscher, Homewood, Hopkins Park, Irwin, Joliet, Kankakee, Limestone, Manhattan, Matteson, Mokena, Momence, Monee, New Lenox, Olympia Fields, Park Forest, Peotone, Reddick, Richton Park, Sammons Point, South Chicago Heights, South Wilmington, St. Anne, Steger, Symerton, Sun River Terrace, Union Hill, University Park, and Wilmington.[7] The district had been represented by Democrat Toi Hutchinson since her appointment on January 5, 2009.[9] Hutchinson vacated her seat in 2019 after being appointed the Illinois Cannabis Regulation Oversight Officer or 'Marijuana Czar.'[76] Patrick Joyce, a local farmer, was appointed to the seat on November 8, 2019.[77] Joyce faced three other candidates for the Democratic nomination: Monica Gordon, executive director of the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus;[78] Marta Perales, Kankakee County Democratic Party communications secretary;[79] and Chicago Heights City Clerk Lori Wilcox.[80] Joyce won the Democratic nomination. Dr. Eric Wallace, an ordained minister and co-founder of Freedom's Journal Institute, was the Republican nominee.[81]

Patrick Joyce

Newspapers

Democratic Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Patrick J. Joyce (incumbent) 11,387 46.74
Democratic Lori Wilcox 6,474 26.57
Democratic Monica M. Gordon 4,811 19.75
Democratic Marta Perales 1,692 6.94
Total votes 24,364 100.0
Republican Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Eric M. Wallace 9,113 100.0
Total votes 9,113 100.0
General Election[3][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Patrick J. Joyce (incumbent) 57,901 58.47
Republican Eric M. Wallace 41,128 41.53
Total votes 99,029 100.0
Democratic hold

District 43

The 43rd district, located in the Chicagoland area, covers all or parts of Bolingbrook, Channahon, Crest Hill, Elmwood, Fairmont, Ingalls Park, Joliet, Lemont, Lockport, Naperville, New Lenox, Preston Heights, Rockdale, Romeoville, Shorewood, and Woodridge.[7] The district has been represented by Democrat Pat McGuire since his appointment on February 25, 2012.[9] On September 23, 2019, McGuire announced he would not seek re-election.[82] State Representative John Connor from the 85th district was the Democratic nominee. Ben Bierly, a Marine veteran, was the Republican nominee.[83]

Endorsements

John Connor

Organizations

Newspapers

Results

Democratic Primary[13][38][59]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Connor 20,605 100.0
Total votes 20,605 100.0
Republican Primary[13][38][59]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ben Bierly 5,856 100.0
Total votes 5,856 100.0
General Election[3][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Connor 54,584 64.54
Republican Ben Bierly 29,996 35.46
Total votes 84,580 100.0
Democratic hold

District 46

The 46th district, located in the Peoria metropolitan area, includes all or parts of Banner, Bartonville, Bellevue, Bryant, Canton, Creve Coeur, Cuba, Dunfermline, East Peoria, Fairview, Farmington, Glasford, Hanna City, Kingston Mines, Lake Camelot, Lewistown, Liverpool, Mapleton, Marquette Heights, Morton, Norris, North Pekin, Norwood, Pekin, Peoria, Peoria Heights, South Pekin, St. David, and West Peoria.[7] The district has been represented by Democrat Dave Koehler since December 2006.[9] Tazewell County Treasurer Mary Burress was the Republican nominee.[84]

Endorsements

Dave Koehler

Organizations

Results

Democratic Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Dave Koehler (incumbent) 17,862 100.0
Total votes 17,862 100.0
Republican Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mary Burress 6,717 100.0
Total votes 6,717 100.0
General Election[3][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Dave Koehler (incumbent) 47,492 53.89
Republican Mary Burress 40,634 46.11
Total votes 88,126 100.0
Democratic hold

District 49

The 49th district, located in the Chicagoland area, includes all or parts of Aurora, Bolingbrook, Boulder Hill, Channahon, Crest Hill, Crystal Lawns, Joliet, Montgomery, Naperville, Oswego, Plainfield, Romeoville, and Shorewood.[7] The district has been represented by Democrat Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant since January 9, 2013.[9] Bertino-Tarrant announced in 2019 her intention to run for Will County executive, leaving her own state senator seat open.[85] Three candidates ran for the Democratic nomination: Meg Loughran Cappel, a special education teacher;[86] Michael Crowner, an independent consultant;[87] and Larry E. Hug, a licensed independent insurance agent.[88] Cappel won the Democratic nomination. Tom McCullagh, a small business owner, was the Republican nominee.[89]

Endorsements

Meg Loughran Cappel

Organizations

Newspapers

Results

Democratic Primary[13][38][60]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Meg Loughran Cappel 15,159 59.50
Democratic Larry E. Hug 5,203 20.42
Democratic Michael Crowner 5,114 20.07
Total votes 25,476 100.0
Republican Primary[13][38][60]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Thomas McCullagh 9,842 100.0
Total votes 9,842 100.0
General Election[3][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Meg Loughran Cappel 64,276 56.22
Republican Thomas McCullagh 50,052 43.78
Total votes 114,328 100.0
Democratic hold

District 52

The 52nd district, located in the Champaign-Urbana metropolitan area, including all or parts of Belgium, Catlin, Champaign, Danville, Fithian, Georgetown, Gifford, Indianola, Muncie, Oakwood, Olivet, Penfield, Rantoul, Ridge Farm, Royal, Savoy, Thomasboro, Tilton, Urbana, and Westville.[7] The district has been represented by Democrat Scott M. Bennett since his appointment on January 12, 2015.[9] AJ Ruggieri was the Republican nominee in the general election.

Scott Bennett

Newspapers

Democratic Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Scott Bennett (incumbent) 21,179 100.0
Total votes 21,179 100.0
General Election[3][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Scott Bennett (incumbent) 55,514 63.44
Republican Alexander (AJ) Ruggieri 31,988 36.56
Total votes 87,502 100.0
Democratic hold

District 55

The 55th district, located partially in the Illinois Wabash Valley, includes all or parts of Albion, Allendale, Annapolis, Ashmore, Bellmont, Bone Gap, Bridgeport, Browns, Burnt Prairie, Calhoun, Carmi, Casey, Charleston, Cisne, Claremont, Clay City, Crossville, Dieterich, Enfield, Fairfield, Flat Rock, Flora, Golden Gate, Grayville, Greenup, Humboldt, Hutsonville, Iola, Jeffersonville, Jewett, Johnsonville, Kansas, Keenes, Keensburg, Lawrenceville, Lerna, Louisville, Marshall, Martinsville, Mattoon, Maunie, Montrose, Mount Carmel, Mount Erie, Neoga, Newtown, Noble, Norris City, Oakland, Oblong, Olney, Palestine, Parkersburg, Phillipstown, Robinson, Rose Hill, Russellville, Sailor Springs, Sims, Springerton, St. Francisville, Ste. Marie, Stoy, Sumner, Teutopolis, Toledo, Watson, Wayne City, West Salem, West Union, West York, Westfield, Wheeler, Willow Hill, Xenia, and Yale.[7] The district has been represented by Republican Dale Righter since January 8, 2003.[9] On May 17, 2019, Righter announced he would not seek re-election.[91] Two candidates ran for the Republican nomination: first-term State Representative Darren Bailey from the 109th district and Jeff Fleming, an attorney and co-chair of the Southeastern Illinois Friends of NRA.[92] Bailey won the Republican nomination. Cynthia Given, the Democratic candidate in the 2018 Illinois House of Representatives election in the 109th district, was the Democratic nominee in the general election.

Republican Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Darren Bailey 24,572 77.04
Republican Jeffrey E. (Jeff) Fleming 7,324 22.96
Total votes 31,896 100.0
General Election[3][27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Darren Bailey 78,010 76.68
Democratic Cynthia Given 23,726 23.32
Total votes 101,736 100.0
Republican hold

District 58

The 58th district, located in parts of the Metro East and Metro Lakeland, includes all or parts of Alto Pass, Anna, Ashley, Ava, Baldwin, Belle Rive, Bluford, Bonnie, Cahokia, Campbell Hill, Carbondale, Centralia, Chester, Cobden, Columbia, Coulterville, Cutler, Darmstadt, De Soto, Dix, Dongola, Du Bois, Du Quoin, Dupo, East Carondelet, Elkville, Ellis Grove, Evansville, Fayetteville, Floraville, Fults, Gorham, Grand Tower, Harrison, Hecker, Ina, Jonesboro, Kaskaskia, Lenzburg, Maeystown, Makanda, Marissa, Mill Creek, Millstadt, Mount Vernon, Murphysboro, Nashville, New Athens, Opdyke, Paderborn, Percy, Pinckneyville, Prairie du Rocher, Radom, Red Bud, Richview, Rockwood, Ruma, Sauget, Smithton, Sparta, St. Johns, St. Libory, Steeleville, Tamaroa, Tilden, Valmeyer, Vergennes, Waltonville, Waterloo, Willisville, and Woodlawn.[7] The district has been represented by Republican Paul Schimpf since January 11, 2017.[9] Schimpf announced in 2019 that he would not seek re-election. State Representative Terri Bryant from the 115th district was the Republican nominee.[93] After winning the Republican nomination, Bryant faced no other ballot-listed candidates in the general election.

Republican Primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Terri Bryant 15,628 100.0
Total votes 15,628 100.0
General Election[3][94][95][96][97][98][99][100]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Terri Bryant 85,257 100.0
Total votes 85,257 100.0
Republican hold

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