- Editor’s Note: This is a landing page for Kane County Connects content and other sources that provide voting information and election results for the upcoming April 6 Consolidated Election.
Voter Turnout Looks Low
It’s already clear that election turnout is going to be low — and quite possibly among the lowest in many years.
After the record turnout in November, there appears to be some voter fatigue, almost like the pandemic fatigue we’ve read so much about in recent months.
It’s VERY early in the evening, of course, and we really won’t know final voter turnout information until tomorrow.
Kane County Clerk’s Counting Is Faster
After the purchase of some very cool vote-counting machinery, the Kane County Clerk’s Office has a greater capacity to turn out election results in a timely way.
Even this early, we’re seeing results coming in.
Incumbent Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin has an early lead over challengers Judd Lofchie and John Laesch. With 11 of 63 precincts reporting in Kane County, Irvin has 53% of the vote to Lofchie’s 22% and Laesch’s 23%. Still a long way to go, however.
Scroll Down To Find Election Results Links
Interested in the outcomes of the April 6 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 2021 REFERENDUM RESULTS
- Bookmark For 2021 MAYOR/VILLAGE PRESIDENT RESULTS
- Bookmark For 2021 SCHOOL BOARD RESULTS
- Bookmark ELECTION 2021 LANDING PAGE
Kane County Clerk’s Office General Information
- Kane County Official Ballot Drop Box locations
- Sample Ballot!
- How to Vote
- Election Day Voting
- Find Voting Districts
- Voting Assistance
Kane County Clerk’s 2021 Consolidated Election Results Pages
Get a Sample Ballot!
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 Kane, DuPage, Kendall and Will counties.
That means, when you’re tallying vote totals for the mayoral race, you have to be sure you’re including the totals from Kane, DuPage, Kendall and Will counties.
Here are links where you can find vote totals from Kane County’s neighbor counties:
- McHenry County
- Cook County
- DuPage Election Commission
- Kendall County
- DeKalb County
- Lake County
- Will County
Local Media Sites
- Daily Herald Election Results Page
- Chicago Tribune Election Page
- Kane County Chronicle Election Page