Cary: March Primary 2012 Election Results
A record setting day. High temperatures and low voter-turnouts.
The Illinois Primary is over. Voters made it clear that they want Mitt Romney to be the Republican nominee in the general presidential election in November.
According to the Huffington Post, Romney won the Illinois Republican primary Tuesday night, claiming a majority of the state's delegates and moving closer to his party's nomination.
Cary residents have granted the village authority to bundle — or aggregate — residential and small retail electric accounts together to buy electricity at a group rate.
The “Yes” votes won with 1,181 votes or 54 percent and the “No’s” lost with 866 votes or 46 percent.
However, don’t fret, residents still have the opportunity to opt-out the electrical aggregation program.
David McSweeney edged out a victory Tuesday night to become the Republican Party nominee for the Illinois State Representative House District 52. McSweeney has the support from his challengers Danielle Rowe and Rep. Kent Gaffney. McSweeney plans to go to Springfield and fight for lower taxes and less spending.
Barrington Hills resident Leslie Coolidge has won the Democratic nomination to compete against Republican incumbent Peter Roskam for the 6th Congressional district seat.
Coolidge won with 55 percent of the vote, beating out Geoffrey Petzel and Maureen Yates.
Kenneth Koehler, Donna Kurtz, Carolyn Schofield and James Heisler won the four spots on the Republican side of the McHenry County Board District 2 race.
In a very tight race, Mary McClellan edged out Mary Donner by 49 votes to grab the fourth spot in the race for the Republican side of the McHenry County Board District 3.
Unless the provisional and late absentee ballots give Donner a huge boost, McClellan will join Joseph Gottemoller, Nick Provenzano and Michael Walkup on the Republican ticket for the McHenry County Board District 3.
Eight candidates were vying for four seats in the race.
Note: Local editors' Savannah Ziegelbauer and Michael Bivona contributed to this report.