- Editor’s Note: The following is a “landing page” for Kane County Connects content and other sources that provide voting information and election results for the upcoming April 2 Consolidated Election.
Interested in the outcomes of the April 2 Consolidated Election?
Then bookmark this page for links to Kane County Connects and other resources to find out who’s on the ballot, what referendum questions you’ll be asked and where to find timely results on election night.
We’ll update this as more information becomes available, so visit this page as early and often as you like.
KC Connects Results
- Bookmark for REFERENDUM RESULTS
- Bookmark For CITY/VILLAGE RESULTS
- Bookmark For SCHOOL BOARD RESULTS
- Bookmark ELECTION 2019 LANDING PAGE
Kane County Clerk’s Results Pages
Want to vote prior to April 2?
Click these links to find out more about how, where and when to vote early:
- Early Voting Under Way For April 2 Election in Kane County
- Early Voting Sites Now Open All Over Kane County
Who/What’s On The Ballot
Click on these articles to find out more about who and what you’ll be deciding on April 2.
- UPDATE: 9 Referendums on April 2 Ballots in Kane County
- ELECTION 2019: Mayoral, City Council, Village Board Candidates on April 2 Ballots
- Election 2019: Candidates From 14 Library Districts on April 2 Ballots in Kane County
- Who’s On The Ballot? Check Out School Board Candidates in April 2 Election
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Kane County Election Night Results
First, bookmark this article — which will be updated frequently — for updated information.
Second, sign up for the daily Kane County Connects e-newsletter for a one-stop shop for what happened. The e-newsletter posts are 6 a.m. Monday through Friday, with a Saturday round-up of the week’s top five stories.
Third, get election results “straight from the horse’s mouth,” by checking out this link to the Kane County Clerk’s Office website.
Kane County results are on the kanecountyelections.org page.
The following are links to pages with specific election totals, in a variety of formats:
Election Night Results — Other Counties
Sometimes, you’ll have a contest or referendum where the boundaries of the district include multiple counties. The city of Aurora, for example, has a footprint that includes parts of DuPage, Kendall and Will counties.
That means, when you’re tallying vote totals, you have to be sure you’re including the totals from other election offices.
Here are links where you can find vote totals from Kane County’s neighbor counties:
- McHenry County
- Cook County
- DuPage Election Commission
- City of Aurora Election Commission — IS NOW UNDER KANE COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE!
- Kendall County
- DeKalb County
- Lake County
- Will County
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