He promises in Daily Herald article to be accessible to his "new constituents."
U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Chicago), will retain his 5th District seat after a convincing win in Tuesday's General Election over Republican candidate Dan Schmitt and Green Party candidate Nancy Wade. Quigley got about 70 percent of the vote Tuesday from residents in the 5th District, which include almost all of Elmhurst, and parts of Bensenville, Hinsdale, Western Springs, Oakbrook Terrace and other communities stretching all the way to the lakeshore. Quigley has represented the district since 2009. He delivered a message to his "new consituents" in this Daily Herald article. Quigley, who was uncontested in the March Primary election, was a Cook County commissioner before being elected to Congress. According to his website: "He began his …
Check out the vote totals for races affecting Hinsdale and Clarendon Hills, including the 5th and 6th congressional districts, 24th State Senate, and DuPage and Cook county boards.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
While the elephant (and donkey) in the room this Election Day is the presidential race, people are also heading to the polls to vote for federal and state representation, as well as local referenda. We've got a roundup of results for races affecting the Hinsdale and Clarendon Hills area, including: 24th Senate: Kirk Dillard (R) vs. A. Ghani (D) Electric Aggregation: Shall the Village of Clarendon Hills have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program? DuPage County: Should Illinois law permit an individual to hold two or more public elected offices simultaneously? State Constitutional Amendment: Also on the ballot is an amendment to …