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View your name, township, precinct, and voter registration status below. To see a list of your current representatives, click on "Find My Elected Officials."

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Voter Township & Precinct Status
KATHY L HARPER
640 GREGORY AVE
Birth Year: 1955
New Trier Township Precinct 36 Active
STEVEN J HARPER
640 GREGORY AVE
Birth Year: 1954
New Trier Township Precinct 36 Active

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600 9TH ST
WILMETTE, IL 60091
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Candidates: November 04, 2014 Gubernatorial General Election

Senator, U.S.

6 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Richard J. Durbin Democratic 1
James D. 'Jim' Oberweis Republican 2
Sharon Hansen Libertarian 3

Representative, 9th District

2 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Janice D. Schakowsky Democratic 34
Susanne Atanus Republican 35

Governor and Lieutenant Governor, State of Illinois

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Pat Quinn & Paul Vallas Democratic 7
Bruce Rauner & Evelyn Sanguinetti Republican 8
Chad Grimm & Alexander Cummings Libertarian 9

Attorney General, State of Illinois

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Lisa Madigan Democratic 14
Paul M. Schimpf Republican 15
Ben Koyl Libertarian 16

Secretary of State, State of Illinois

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Jesse White Democratic 19
Michael Webster Republican 20
Christopher Michel Libertarian 21

Comptroller, State of Illinois

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Sheila Simon Democratic 24
Judy Baar Topinka Republican 25
Julie Fox Libertarian 26

Treasurer, State of Illinois

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Michael W. Frerichs Democratic 29
Tom Cross Republican 30
Matthew Skopek Libertarian 31

State Senator, 9th District

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Daniel Biss Democratic 37

State Representative, 18th District

2 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Robyn Gabel Democratic 40

Board President, Cook County

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Toni Preckwinkle Democratic 55

Clerk, Cook County

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
David D. Orr Democratic 56

Sheriff, Cook County

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Thomas J. Dart Democratic 57

Treasurer, Cook County

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Maria Pappas Democratic 58

Assessor, Cook County

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Joseph Berrios Democratic 59

Commissioner, Cook County Board, 13th District

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Larry Suffredin Democratic 60

Commissioner, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, MWRD

6 Year Term, Vote For 3
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Cynthia M. Santos Democratic 45
Frank Avila Democratic 46
Timothy 'Tim' Bradford Democratic 47
James (Jim) Parrilli Republican 48
Herb Schumann Republican 49
R. Cary Capparelli Republican 50
Karen Roothaan Green 51
George Milkowski Green 52
Michael Smith Green 53

Judge, Illinois Appellate Court, 1st District (Vacancy of Gordon)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Shelly A. Harris Democratic 65

Judge, Illinois Appellate Court, 1st District (Vacancy of Murphy)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
David Ellis Democratic 66

Judge, Illinois Appellate Court, 1st District (Vacancy of Steele)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
John B. Simon Democratic 67

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Vacancy of Arnold)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Bridget Anne Mitchell Democratic 68

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Vacancy of Burke)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Maritza Martinez Democratic 69

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Vacancy of Connors)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Kristal Rivers Democratic 70

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Vacancy of Egan)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Daniel J. Kubasiak Democratic 71

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Vacancy of Phelps Felton)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Patricia O'Brien Sheahan Democratic 72

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit "(Vacancy of Howse, Jr.)"

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Caroline Kate Moreland Democratic 73

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Vacancy of Lowrance)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Thomas J. Carroll Democratic 74

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Vacancy of McDonald)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Cynthia Y. Cobbs Democratic 75

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit "(Vacancy of Neville, Jr.)"

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
William B. Raines Democratic 76

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Vacancy of Reyes)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Diana Rosario Democratic 77

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Vacancy of Hill Veal)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Andrea Michele Buford Democratic 78

Judge, 9th Subcircuit (Vacancy of Goldberg)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Megan Elizabeth Goldish Democratic 80

Judge, 9th Subcircuit (Vacancy of Meyer)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Anjana Hansen Democratic 82

Judge, 9th Subcircuit (Vacancy of Preston)

4 Year Term, Vote For 1
Candidate Name Party Ballot #
Abbey Fishman Romanek Democratic 83

Judge, Illinois Appellate Court, 1st District (Retention)

Candidate Name Yes No
Thomas E. Hoffman 200 201

Judge, Cook County Judicial Circuit (Retention)

Candidate Name Yes No
Thomas E. Flanagan 202 203
Michael P. Toomin 204 205
Themis N. Karnezis 206 207
James Patrick Flannery 208 209
Sebastian Thomas Patti 210 211
Mary Ellen Coghlan 212 213
Kathleen Marie McGury 214 215
Shelley Lynn Sutker-Dermer 216 217
Lynn Marie Egan 218 219
Andrew Berman 220 221
Diane Gordon Cannon 222 223
Evelyn B. Clay 224 225
Clayton J. Crane 226 227
Candace Jean Fabri 228 229
John J. Fleming 230 231
Rodolfo (Rudy) Garcia 232 233
James J. Gavin 234 235
Rickey Jones 236 237
Kathleen G. Kennedy 238 239
William G. Lacy 240 241
Marjorie C. Laws 242 243
Patricia Manila Martin 244 245
Veronica B. Mathein 246 247
Edmund Ponce de Leon 248 249
James L. Rhodes 250 251
James G. Riley 252 253
Donald J. Suriano 254 255
Kenneth J. Wadas 256 257
Frank G. Zelezinski 258 259
Gregory Joseph Wojkowski 260 261
Mary Anne Mason 262 263
Robert E. Gordon 264 265
Lewis Nixon 266 267
Eileen Mary Brewer 268 269
Margaret Ann Brennan 270 271
Janet Adams Brosnahan 272 273
James Brown 274 275
Peter A. Felice 278 279
Kerry M. Kennedy 280 281
Casandra Lewis 282 283
Thomas J. Lipscomb 284 285
Sheila McGinnis 286 287
Dennis Michael McGuire 288 289
William Timothy O'Brien 290 291
Laura Marie Sullivan 292 293
Sandra Tristano 294 295
Valarie E. Turner 296 297
Raul Vega 298 299
Marilyn F. Johnson 300 301
Michael B. Hyman 302 303
Joan E. Powell 304 305
Patrick J. Sherlock 306 307
Anita Rivkin-Carothers 308 309
Maureen Ward Kirby 310 311
Edward A. Arce 312 313
James N. O'Hara 314 315
Mauricio Araujo 316 317
Eileen O'Neill Burke 318 319
Thomas J. Byrne 320 321
Ann Collins-Dole 322 323
Donna L. Cooper 324 325
Anna Helen Demacopoulos 326 327
Margarita Kulys Hoffman 328 329
Diana L. Kenworthy 330 331
Pamela Elizabeth Loza 332 333
Annie O'Donnell 334 335
Jackie Marie Portman 336 337
Pat Rogers 338 339
Dominique C. Ross 340 341
Kristyna Colleen Ryan 342 343
Debra B. Walker 344 345
Ursula Walowski 346 347
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Referenda: November 04, 2014 Gubernatorial General Election

Title Question Yes No
Proposed Constitutional Amendment, Victims' Rights PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE 1970 ILLINOIS CONSTITUTION NOTICE: THE FAILURE TO VOTE THIS BALLOT MAY BE THE EQUIVALENT OF A NEGATIVE VOTE, BECAUSE A CONVENTION SHALL BE CALLED OR THE AMENDMENT SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE IF APPROVED BY EITHER THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE VOTING ON THE QUESTION OR A MAJORITY OF THOSE VOTING IN THE ELECTION. (THIS IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS A DIRECTION THAT YOUR VOTE IS REQUIRED TO BE CAST EITHER IN FAVOR OF OR IN OPPOSITION TO THE PROPOSITION HEREIN CONTAINED.) WHETHER YOU VOTE THIS BALLOT OR NOT YOU MUST RETURN IT TO THE ELECTION JUDGE WHEN YOU LEAVE THE VOTING BOOTH.The proposed amendment makes changes to Section 8.1 of Article I of the Illinois Constitution, the Crime Victims' Bill of Rights. The proposed amendment would expand certain rights already granted to crime victims in Illinois, and give crime victims the ability to enforce their rights in a court of law. You are asked to decide whether the proposed amendment should become part of the Illinois Constitution. For the proposed amendment of Section 8.1 of Article I of the Illinois Constitution.
Proposed Constitutional Amendment, Voters' Rights PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE 1970 ILLINOIS CONSTITUTION NOTICE: THE FAILURE TO VOTE THIS BALLOT MAY BE THE EQUIVALENT OF A NEGATIVE VOTE, BECAUSE A CONVENTION SHALL BE CALLED OR THE AMENDMENT SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE IF APPROVED BY EITHER THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE VOTING ON THE QUESTION OR A MAJORITY OF THOSE VOTING IN THE ELECTION. (THIS IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS A DIRECTION THAT YOUR VOTE IS REQUIRED TO BE CAST EITHER IN FAVOR OF OR IN OPPOSITION TO THE PROPOSITION HEREIN CONTAINED.) WHETHER YOU VOTE THIS BALLOT OR NOT YOU MUST RETURN IT TO THE ELECTION JUDGE WHEN YOU LEAVE THE VOTING BOOTH.The proposed amendment adds a new section to the Suffrage and Elections Article of the Illinois Constitution. The proposed amendment would prohibit any law that disproportionately affects the rights of eligible Illinois citizens to register to vote or cast a ballot based on the voter's race, color, ethnicity, status as a member of a language minority, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or income. You are asked to decide whether the proposed amendment should become part of the Illinois Constitution. For the proposed addition of Section 8 to Article III of the Illinois Constitution.
Statewide, Minimum Wage Shall the minimum wage in Illinois for adults over the age of 18 be raised to $10 per hour by January 1, 2015?
Statewide, Women's Health Shall any health insurance plan in Illinois that provides prescription drug coverage be required to include prescription birth control coverage as part of that coverage?
Statewide, Millionaire's Tax Should the Illinois Constitution be amended to require that each school district receive additional revenue, based on their number of students, from an additional 3% tax on income greater than one million dollars?
Countywide, Mental Health Services Shall the General Assembly of the State of Illinois appropriate additional funds to provide necessary mental health services for the people of the State of Illinois?
Countywide, Universal Background Checks Shall the Illinois General Assembly enact the Illinois Public Safety Act (Senate Bill 3659) which would require universal background checks for firearm transfers and prohibit the sale and transfer of assault weapons, assault weapon attachments and high capacity ammunition magazines?
High School District 203, Issue Bonds Shall the Board of Education of New Trier Township High School District Number 203, Cook County, Illinois, improve the site of, renovate, alter, repair, equip and replace portions of the District's buildings located at the Winnetka Campus, including, but not limited to, adding and renovating classrooms, improving storm water management and increasing accessibility to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and issue bonds of said School District to the amount of $89,000,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?
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