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Revision as of 23:06, 6 August 2010

Contents

Elections for the office of Illinois State House will be held in Illinois on November 2, 2010. House seats in all 118 districts are up for election in 2010.

The signature-filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in these elections was November 2, 2009, and the primary election day was February 2, 2010.

In Illinois, representatives are elected to two-year terms with no term limits.

Incumbents are running for re-election in 108 of the 118 districts. (91.53%)

See also: State house elections, 2010 and Illinois State Senate elections

Majority control

See also: Partisan composition of state houses

Heading into the November 2 election, Democrats are the majority party in the Illinois House of Representatives:


Party As of April 2014
     Democratic Party 70
     Republican Party 47
     Vacancy 1
Total 118


Campaign spending

This chart shows how many candidates ran for state house in Illinois in past years and the cumulative amount of campaign spending in state house races, including spending in both primary and general election contests. All figures come from Follow The Money.[1]

Year Number of candidates Total contributions
2008 224 $42,866,912
2006 214 $38,897,487
2004 236 $36,703,698
2002 289 $35,803,555

Qualifications

Article IV of the Illinois Constitution states: To be eligible to serve as a member of the General Assembly, a person must be a United States citizen, at least 21 years old, and for the two years preceding his election or appointment a resident of the district which he is to represent.

List of candidates

District 1

  • Susana Mendoza (D) Incumbent Mendoza has served in the Illinois House since 2001.

District 2

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Edward Acevedo: 4,265 Approveda Incumbent Acevedo has served in the Illinois House since 1997.
  • Robert Martinez: 1,204
  • Joe Trutin: 1,058
  • Richard Schultz: 850

District 3

  • Luis Arroyo (D) Incumbent Arroyo has served in the Illinois House since 2006.

District 4

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Cynthia Soto: 5,878 Approveda Incumbent Soto has served in the Illinois House since 2001.
  • Joe Massas: 853

District 5

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Kenneth Dunkin: 4,830 Approveda Incumbent Dunkin has served in the Illinois House since 2002.
  • David Schroeder: 3,643
  • Gwen Drake: 2,330

District 6

  • Esther Golar (D) Incumbent Golar has served in the Illinois House since 2006.

District 7

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Karen Yarbrough (D) Incumbent Yarbrough has served in the Illinois House since 2001.

IndependentIndependent:

District 8

  • LaShawn Ford (D) Incumbent Ford has served in the Illinois House since 2007.

District 9

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Arthur Turner: 4,552 Approveda Not to be confused with Arthur L. Turner, Arthur Turner's father and the previous representative for the 9th district. Arthur L. Turner vacated the seat to make an unsuccessful primary bid for Illinois Lieutenant Governor.
  • John Burros: 2,102
  • Dorothy Walton: 1,578
  • Keith Jackson: 1,392
  • Bruce Jackson: 458
  • Jerry Patton: 344

District 10

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Annazette Collins: 3,523 Approveda Incumbent Collins has served in the Illinois House since 1999.
  • Jonathan Goldman: 2,356
  • Joseph Sneed: 1,253
  • Eddie Winters: 1,191
  • Keith Muhammad: 1,087
  • Mable Taylor: 578

District 11

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:

District 12

District 13

  • Greg Harris (D) Incumbent Harris has served in the Illinois House since 2007.

District 14

  • Harry Osterman (D) Incumbent Osterman has served in the Illinois House since 2000.

District 15

  • John C. D'Amico (D) Incumbent D'Amico has served in the Illinois House since 2004.

District 16

  • Lou Lang (D) Incumbent Lang has served in the Illinois House since 1987.

District 17

District 18

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Robyn Gabel: 4,468 Approveda Incumbent Gabel has served in the Illinois House since April 2010.
  • Patrick Keenan-Devlin: 4,084
  • Eamon Kelly: 3,950
  • Jeffrey Smith: 1,909
  • Edmund Moran: 1,698

District 19

District 20

District 21

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Michael Zalewski: 8,951 Approveda Incumbent Zalewski has served in the Illinois House since 2008.
  • Terrence Collins: 3,420

District 22

District 23

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Daniel J. Burke: 4,579 Approveda Incumbent Burke has served in the Illinois House since 1991.
  • Rudy Lozano: 4,014
  • Rene Diaz: 233
  • Martin Meza-Zavala: 154

District 24

District 25

District 26

District 27

  • Monique D. Davis (D) Incumbent Davis has served in the Illinois House since 1987.

District 28

  • Robert Rita (D) Incumbent Rita has served in the Illinois House since 2002.

District 29

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:

District 30

  • William Davis (D) Incumbent Davis has served in the Illinois House since 2002.

District 31

  • Mary E. Flowers (D) Incumbent Flowers has served in the Illinois House since 1985.

District 32

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Andre Thapedi: 5,816 Approveda Incumbent Thapedi has served in the Illinois House since 2008.
  • Yvette Williams: 3,672

District 33

  • Marlow H. Colvin (D) Incumbent Colvin has served in the Illinois House since 2001.

District 34

  • Constance A. Howard (D) Incumbent Howard has served in the Illinois House since January 1995.

District 35

District 36

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Kelly M. Burke: 6,755 Approveda
  • Michael Macellaio: 5,856
  • Angela McMahon: 814
  • Karen Sullivan Casey: 811

District 37

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Kevin A. McCarthy (D) Incumbent McCarthy has served in the Illinois House since 1997.

District 38

  • Al Riley (D) Incumbent Riley has served in the Illinois House since January 2007.

District 39

District 40

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Deb Mell: 4,327 Approveda Incumbent Mell has served in the Illinois House since January 2009.
  • Joe Laiacona: 2,236

District 41

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Chris Nybo: 5,890 Approveda
  • Brien Sheahan: 3,564
  • Rafael Rivadeneira: 1,940
  • Michael Manzo: 822
  • Matt Burden: 600

District 42

District 43

District 44

District 45

District 46

District 47

District 48

District 49

District 50

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Kay Hatcher: 8,819 Approveda Incumbent Hatcher has served in the Illinois House since 2008.
  • Keith Wheeler: 7,731
  • Bob McQuillan: 2,552

District 51

District 52

District 53

District 54

Republican Party GOP primary result:

The upset victory of challenger Morrison over six-term incumbent Bassi was described in a local newspaper as "stunning".[2]Incumbent Bassi has served in the Illinois House since 1999.

Democratic Party Democratic primary result:

District 55

District 56

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:

District 57

District 58

District 59

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Dan Sugrue: 3,491 Approveda
  • Cynthia Hebda: 1,841
  • Mohan Manian: 388
Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Carol Sente: 4,119 Approveda Incumbent Sente has served in the Illinois House since September 2009.
  • Elliott Hartstein: 1,925

District 60

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:

District 61

District 62

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Sandy Cole: 4,344 Approveda Incumbent Cole has served in the Illinois House since 2007.
  • Paul Mitchell: 2,675

District 63

District 64

District 65

District 66

District 67

District 68

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Dave Winters: 4,380 Approveda Incumbent Winters has served in the Illinois House since 1995.
  • John Cabello: 2,787
Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:

District 69

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Joe Sosnowski: 7,056 Approveda
  • Michele Corirossi: 2,324
  • Thaddeus Loffelmacher: 2,284

District 70

District 71

Note: Incumbent Democrat Mike Boland is not running for re-election.
Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Dennis Ahern: 2,677 Approveda
  • Jerry Lack: 2,315
  • Porter McNeil: 2,235

District 72

District 73

  • David R. Leitch (R) Incumbent Leitch has served in the Illinois House since 1989.

District 74

District 75

District 76

  • Frank J. Mautino (D) Incumbent Mautino has served in the Illinois House since 1991.

District 77

  • Angelo Saviano (R) Incumbent Saviano has served in the Illinois House since 1993.

District 78

District 79

District 80

  • Anthony DeLuca (D) Incumbent DeLuca has served in the Illinois House since March 2009.

District 81

  • Renee Kosel (R) Incumbent Kosel has served in the Illinois House since 1997.
Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:

District 82

District 83

District 84

District 85

District 86

  • Ryan Eggert (R)
  • Jack McGuire (D) Incumbent McGuire has served in the Illinois House since 1991.
  • Christopher Pedersen, who filed to run as an Independent Conservative in this race, was later removed from the ballot.

District 87

District 88

  • Dan Brady (R) Incumbent Brady has served in the Illinois House since 2001.

District 89

District 90

District 91

District 92

District 93

  • Jil Tracy (R) Incumbent Tracy has served in the Illinois House since July 2006.

District 94

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Richard P. Myers: 7,718 Approveda Incumbent Myers has served in the Illinois House since 1995.
  • Victoria Mohr: 1,749

District 95

District 96

District 97

  • Jim Watson (R) Incumbent Watson has served in the Illinois House since 2001.

District 98

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:

District 99

District 100

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Rich Brauer: 10,435 Approveda Incumbent Brauer has served in the Illinois House since 2003.
  • Bill Hinrichs: 2,504

District 101

District 102

District 103

District 104

District 105

District 106

  • Keith P. Sommer (R) Incumbent Sommer has served in the Illinois House since 1999.

District 107

District 108

District 109

District 110

District 111

  • Daniel V. Beiser (D) Incumbent Beiser has served in the Illinois House since 2004.

District 112

District 113

District 114

Democratic PartyFebruary 2 Democratic primary result:
  • Eddie Lee Jackson: 7,251 Approveda Incumbent Jackson has served in the Illinois House since January 2009.
  • Carl Officer: 4,168
  • Will McGaughy: 739

District 115

District 116

Republican PartyFebruary 2 GOP primary result:
  • Dan Reitz (D) Incumbent Reitz has served in the Illinois House since 1997.

District 117

District 118

See also

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