Some surprising results took place in Kane County vote totals on Tuesday night.
Be sure to click on the links below for updates.
Bookmark these articles:
- Nov. 6 Election Results: Referendums
- Nov. 6 Election Results: Kane County Races
- Nov. 6 Election Results: “Other” Local Races
- Nov. 6 Election Results: State Races
- Nov. 6 Election Results: Federal Races
If you’re looking for election results “straight from the horse’s mouth,” check out this link to the Kane County Clerk’s Office website.
Kane County Election Results
Kane County results are on the kanecountyelections.org page.
The following are links to pages with specific election totals, in a variety of formats:
For questions about voting or early voting, visit the Kane County Clerk’s Office Elections website or call 630-232-5990.
Local Media Sites
- Daily Herald Election Results Page
- Chicago Tribune Election Page
- Kane County Chronicle Election Page
Surrounding Election Jurisdictions
- McHenry County
- Cook County
- DuPage Election Commission
- City of Aurora Election Commission
- Kendall County
- DeKalb County
- Lake County
- All New! Personalized Sample Ballots Now Available For Nov. 6 Election
- All Early Voting Locations Open Monday, Oct. 22
- UPDATE: 9 Referendums Now on Nov. 6 Ballot in Kane County
- Who’s on The Ballot? Check Out Congressional Candidates in Nov. 6 General Election
- Who’s on The Ballot? Check Out Statewide Candidates in Nov. 6 General Election
- Who’s on The Ballot? Check Out ‘Other’ Candidates in Nov. 6 General Election
- Who’s on The Ballot? Check Out Kane County Candidates in Nov. 6 General Election
Earlier Election Day Posts
As we get closer to the close of polling places at 7 p.m., here’s a little idea of what to expect later tonight.
First, of the election-result articles we’ve set to post, the priority will be to report on local elections — referendums, Kane County races and “other” local races. That’s because you can probably get final totals on the “big picture” stuff — U.S. Congress and state of Illinois races — from other sources.
Second, it’s important to understand the totals we post will be unofficial. If races are super-close, final outcomes might be in question. Official, canvassed totals will not be available for some days.
Third, this is the inaugural run for Kane County election being consolidated under the Kane County Clerk’s Office. Voters chose to abolish the Aurora Election Commission in a March referendum.
So it will be hard to say when vote totals will be available tonight. We’re hoping they will be earlier than years past, because we won’t have to tally from two election sites to determine, for example, the vote totals for countywide offices.
We’ll keep you posted on timing as the day (and night) goes on.
11 AM UPDATE
If you’d like an overview of what’s on the Illinois ballot, Ballotpedia offers this link.
I voted. Hope you did, too, or will do so later today.
Polls are open until 7 p.m.
Here’s a list of polling places in Kane County.
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Today is #ElectionDay. Polls are open in #KaneCounty until 7pm! Voters should vote in their home polling locations. Don’t know where to vote? Visit https://t.co/zlK3xE8fDF or call (630) 232-5990. #VoteToday #NoExcuses #GoVote #twill pic.twitter.com/TVcfcSIGbf
— Kane County,IL Clerk (@KaneCoILClerk) November 6, 2018
Election Day is in full swing in Kane County, and despite blustery weather, polling places appear to be active.
Like many people across the country, Kane County voters also went to the polls early. As of yesterday (Monday, Nov. 5), almost 70,000 votes had been cast in Kane County, according to the Kane County Clerk’s Office.
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For questions on voting, visit the the Kane County Clerk’s Office website. The Clerk’s Office election phone number is posted as 630-232-5990.
If you have a concern about electioneering, call the Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office Election Complaint Line at 630-208-5328.