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Election results live blog, Part 2 - Claypool concedes - Topinka wins - Recall winning - Kilbride winning - Hare to concede - Hultgren declares victory

Tuesday, Nov 2, 2010

* From the Tribune

Independent Forrest Claypool conceded to Democrat Joe Berrios tonight in the hard-fought contest for Cook County assessor, Claypool’s campaign manager said.

Berrios had about 46 percent to 32 percent for Claypool with about 75 percenut of the vote in.

Claypool led in the suburbs, but Republican Sharon Strobeck-Eckersall was doing well enough as an alternative to Berrios to erode Claypool’s vote count. About 64 percent of the overall vote had been counted.

Meanwhile, in an unexpected development, Democrat Brendan Houlihan was trailing Republican Republican Dan Patlak in a race for the county’s tax appeals board that Berrios now sits on. Houlihan currently holds the post in the mostly suburban district, one of three on the board.

* 9:24 pm - Somebody needs to call this one, so I will. Topinka wins

Comptroller - General
Illinois - 6850 of 11209 Precincts Reporting - 61%
Baar Topinka , Judy GOP 1,070,958 51%
Miller , David Dem 895,645 43%
Schafer , Erika Grn 67,637 3%
Fox , Julie Lib 67,024 3%

* The recall amendment has been hovering above the required 60 percent all night

Amendment - Recall of Governor - Ballot Issue
Illinois - 6899 of 11209 Precincts Reporting - 62%
Yes 1,277,366 66%
No 650,206 34%

* With 50 percent of the vote in, Supreme Court Chief Justice Tom Kilbride is at 66 percent in his retention race. He needs 60 to be retained.

* A gaggle of federal judges forced Illinois to hold a special election to replace Roland Burris, but if this thing stays as close as it is now, the outcome might not be decided for weeks. So that extra cost will be for naught. But, hey, the lawyers who sued won. Hooray.

* 9:42 pm - Phil Hare is conceding

U.S. Rep. Phil Hare’s spokesman says the congressman has accepted he will lose the election. Hare is expected to make his concession speech in the next few minutes.

* 9:47 pm - It’s gonna be tough to close this gap…

72% of precincts reporting
Updated 9:42 p.m.
Quinn (D) 1,228,944 48.2%
Brady (R) 1,133,414 44.4%
Cohen (I) 93,233 3.7%
Whitney (G) 69,937 2.7%
Green (L) 24,410 1.0%

This one could be closed, however…

77% of precincts reporting
Updated 9:42 p.m.
Kirk (R) 1,299,347 47.4%
Giannoulias (D) 1,290,899 47.1%
Jones (G) 86,223 3.1%
Labno (L) 63,279 2.3%

* 9:49 pm - Or not…

76% of precincts reporting
Updated 9:45 p.m.
Quinn (D) 1,305,113 47.5%
Brady (R) 1,242,652 45.2%
Cohen (I) 100,358 3.7%
Whitney (G) 74,807 2.7%
Green (L) 26,373 1.0%

And Kirk moves ahead slightly…

77% of precincts reporting
Updated 9:48 p.m.
Kirk (R) 1,309,868 47.6%
Giannoulias (D) 1,293,276 47.0%
Jones (G) 87,233 3.2%
Labno (L) 64,175 2.3%

* 9:52 pm - Since a lot of the uncounted ballots are Downstate, this one looks good for Rutherford…

Treasurer - General
Illinois - 8636 of 11209 Precincts Reporting - 77%
Rutherford , Dan GOP 1,329,272 49%
Kelly , Robin Dem 1,240,257 46%
Summers , Scott Grn 86,841 3%
Pauly , James Lib 50,540 2%

* 9:56 pm - Republican Randy Hultgren has just declared victory

Going forward, I want to reaffirm my commitment and vow to you and the people of the 14th Congressional District that this is your seat, and you’re my boss. I look forward to working for you. I will listen to you. And when you express your opinion and counsel and make your voice heard, I won’t just hear, I’ll listen. Public service is a sacred trust, and I will always expect to be held accountable.

Congressman Foster won’t concede

With about 80,000 votes counted in Kane County, Incumbent U.S. Rep. Bill Foster, D-14th, is trailing Republican challenger Randy Hultgren by more than 5,000 votes.

And with 52 percent of precincts reporting in the entire district, Foster is trailing about 11,000 votes.

But Foster spokeswoman Shannon O’Brien is still optimistic given the campaign’s internal polling.

Latest numbers…

75% of precincts reporting
Updated 9:54 p.m.
Hultgren (R) 87,079 51.4%
Foster (D) 76,291 45.0%
Kairis (G) 6,112 3.6%

Strike that. Foster has conceded, according to Hultgren’s campaign.

* 10:09 pm - It’s getting closer...

82% of precincts reporting
Updated 10:03 p.m.
Quinn (D) 1,399,705 47.3%
Brady (R) 1,341,258 45.4%
Cohen (I) 107,814 3.6%
Whitney (G) 80,206 2.7%
Green (L) 28,286 1.0%

* Can Bean hold on?

88% of precincts reporting
Updated 10:03 p.m.
Bean (D) 82,970 48.6%
Walsh (R) 82,512 48.3%
Scheurer (G) 5,335 3.1%

- Posted by Rich Miller        

74 Comments
  1. - El Conquistador - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:30 pm:

    15059 . . . Jay Hoffman (D)
    16696 . . . Dwight Kay (R)

    Is the Blago karma going to stick?


  2. - Ben S. - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:31 pm:

    Per SSP, Phil Hare has lost…http://www.swingstateproject.com/diary/7933/liveblog-thread-4


  3. - dave from chicago - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:31 pm:

    alexi has 1% lead over kirk with 70% reporting.

    Per ABC

    http://abcnews.go.com/politics/2010_elections/Illinois


  4. - foster brooks - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:34 pm:

    How about the guv race rich?


  5. - Angry Chicagoan - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:36 pm:

    Alexi 1.4% over Kirk per the New York Times at 70 percent. With this kind of race I prefer tenths.

    Looks to me like Quinn has it. He’s leading 4.0 percent with 70 percent in.


  6. - Demoralized - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:36 pm:

    Let the nuttiness that comes with a recall option begin. Illinois voters continue to be idiots.


  7. - Gregor Samsa - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:36 pm:

    I feel good that Kilbride has beaten that super-ugly negative ad campaign.

    I think everybody knew Topinka was going to win.

    I think the recall mendment is going to get huge numbers, as people use it for a protest vote and warning to future governors not to mess up. OTOH, I am still wary of it, based on how it was used in California; some guy with more money than sense ( and possibly a dairy business) could spend a lot of money to gin up a recall vote just to be a cuss and mess up a governor’s agenda.


  8. - Regnad Kcin - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:37 pm:

    I agree with Elmhurst - John Kass on WGN is horrible.


  9. - Anonymous ZZZ - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:38 pm:

    Re: recall - frankly, I wish voters would pay a little more attention and do more research on the candidates when they vote for them the first time, instead of just blindly voting party line and then wanting to “take back” their vote when things don’t work out.


  10. - A.B. - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:38 pm:

    So the real question tonight is can Kirk close and pass. Looks like alot of Dupage is still out as well ad Champaign.


  11. - anon - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:41 pm:

    Mark Kirk has a 48 state flag up at the party.


  12. - Concerned Observer - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:44 pm:

    Kirk just passed, according to ABC. +11000 with 77% in.


  13. - saluki - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:44 pm:

    Quinn/Simon win Jackson County by 24 votes and Kirk wins by about 100


  14. - Oswego Willy - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:46 pm:

    That was the flag, HE, Mark Kirk carried up San Juan HIll, leading Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough riders


  15. - Concerned Observer - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:46 pm:

    And Brady’s now within 63K or so of Quinn. Whatever just came in was heavily R.


  16. - Angry Chicagoan - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:47 pm:

    By my calculations, extrapolating to the uncounted precincts, current trends Kirk’s lead in DuPage alone on the 80 percent uncounted is basically about equal Alexi’s lead in Cook on the 18 percent uncounted. And Champaign’s almost a 50-50 wash. So it comes down to early votes and what else remains Downstate. Talk about a squeaker.


  17. - hisgirlfriday - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:47 pm:

    Meanwhile, as the race tightens razor thin our only local TV coverage is John Kass STILL blathering on and on about Mike Madigan and Joe Berrios and tax assessments.


  18. - Angry Chicagoan - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:48 pm:

    @Concerned Observer, a huge chunk of DuPage — 27 percent of the entire county — just came in at once.


  19. - Segatari - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:48 pm:

    I cannot believe Quinn has swung the election 8 points with every poll showing him down 4-8. What the heck happened?


  20. - Concerned Observer - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:49 pm:

    @Angry Chicagoan — yup, that’d do it.


  21. - chi - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:49 pm:

    agreed, listening to kass is just grating


  22. - Rich Miller - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:50 pm:

    Turn the channel


  23. - Susie - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:50 pm:

    what about state treasurer race? Rutherford leading, I think. I hope.


  24. - Logical Thinker - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:51 pm:

    Kirk has flipped it and is up between 7-10k. Where did Quinn come from?

    Tomorrow’s headline: Madigan announces for Mayor


  25. - Angry Chicagoan - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:52 pm:

    The headline the state should have had a year ago: Madigan announces for Senate.


  26. - hisgirlfriday - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:52 pm:

    Jim Edgar on WGN now. He predicts Kirk wins and Brady squeaks by. Again repeats that Illinois is a Democratic state, but says the Republican Party is back as a factor in Illinois.


  27. - Served - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:54 pm:

    @Segatari The puppies and kitties mobilized, maybe? The gap between Brady and Kirk is interesting.


  28. - sing me something new - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:54 pm:

    anybody else waiting for the next chunk of dupage so the city can finish up?


  29. - Concerned Observer - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:55 pm:

    With 87% of precincts in, Walsh leads by all of 65 votes.


  30. - metro transplant - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:55 pm:

    Very surprised that Madison County didn’t carry hardly any D’s. Quinn, Alexi, Miller, Kelly, Hoffman, all lost.


  31. - Elmhurst - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:55 pm:

    Tell me we aren’t going to have a 2 month Senator


  32. - Newscown - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:57 pm:

    I thought Hare should have held on, he had a lot of successful things to point to in his campaign, relating to job retention/creation, but the negative ads full of lies were perhaps too heavy to overcome with pesky little facts. The successful strategy this year has been negative campaigns that put the blame from the Bush era financial crash onto the candidates that nothing to do with the crash and everything to do with the recovery.


  33. - The KQ - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:58 pm:

    Elmhurst, I just saw that too. Doesn’t make sense!


  34. - Logical Thinker - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:58 pm:

    Story of the night so far:

    Bean, Halvorson, Foster, Seals, and Hare all lost (or are losing). Yet, Quinn is winning and Kirk is in a dogfight. Go figure.


  35. - Newsclown - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 9:59 pm:

    I kept a copy of that Illinois Times front page for Quinn to autograph as his “Dewey Beats Truman”. He might yet win despite himself!


  36. - dave from chicago - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:02 pm:

    bring on the austerity, I guess. Sigh.


  37. - Logical Thinker - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:03 pm:

    Kirk +38k now. Out of curiosity, what do others think the threshold for a recount would be on both the governor/senate race? 10k, 20k?


  38. - Way Way Down Here - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:03 pm:

    Metro: I say Hoffman pulled some/all down.


  39. - Wally - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:03 pm:

    And here comes Brady. From 70% of the vote to 80%, he has cut the lead in half!


  40. - Mary, Sterling - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:04 pm:

    Well, if Quinn wins, we can move up WI way in our search for a new job.

    The newly elected R gov up there says that WI “is opened for business”!

    Now, if you were looking for a place to locate or expand a business, would you pick IL and Quinn’s tax increase or business-friendly WI?

    The grass is def greener there, and it’s only(from us) 60 miles away. Need to unload my hovel and head north.


  41. - easynow - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:04 pm:

    Are the early votes included in these counts?


  42. - Chicago Cynic - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:05 pm:

    Nightmare scenario. Alexi is up in the temporary race by .6%. Kirk up by .7% in the real race!


  43. - metro transplant - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:06 pm:

    Way: I agree. Kyle Anderson the appointed recorder (due to retirement) went down also, by a young R who didn’t even have a job. And lost by 4k votes!


  44. - Long Time / First Time - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:07 pm:

    So…were is mt best source of getting information regarding the governors race…other than here?


  45. - Anonymous ZZZ - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:07 pm:

    Why does the ABC link (provided by dave from chicago) show 82% of precincts reporting for the Governor’s race, but 86% of precincts reporting in the Senate race? They’re both statewide races, shouldn’t they be the same percentage of precincts reporting?


  46. - Demoralized - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:07 pm:

    Does anyone know what areas are still outstanding in the Gov and Senate races? It seems to me as results come in Brady gets a little more than Quinn but Quinn is getting enough votes to keep his margin fairly steady.

    In any event, I don’t see any concessions tonight in either the Gov or Senate races.


  47. - Logical Thinker - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:07 pm:

    Brady just made it a race; down 36k


  48. - sing me something new - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:09 pm:

    Dupage has 13% still out. Cook Chicago cook burbs all have 10% still out. I think quinn wins.


  49. - Norseman - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:09 pm:

    Bean hasn’t lost yet, although I have my fingers crossede that she will. Kirk’s problem is his big ego and his bigger resume padding. Brady has always been a weak candidate. Still time for him to win.


  50. - hisgirlfriday - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:09 pm:

    City of Chicago still has about 10 percent of precincts left to report.


  51. - metro transplant - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:10 pm:

    Long time:
    http://elections.chicagotribune.com/results/


  52. - Long Time / First Time - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:12 pm:

    Thanks Metro


  53. - Wally - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:15 pm:

    Boys and girls, it is a horserace in the Gov contest and Brady is coming on strong down the stretch!


  54. - Logical Thinker - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:16 pm:

    What happens if the unexpired term for senate is so close that a recall is virtually needed? Doesn’t that defeat the whole purpose of the election in the first place?


  55. - Far Northsider - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:17 pm:

    @Demoralized - The NYT front page has a nifty map you can set to Senate or Governor or House and it shows you county by county results.
    http://global.nytimes.com/


  56. - Oswego Willy - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:17 pm:

    32k is a lot of votes to trail … but Brady can chase that margin down


  57. - dave from chicago - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:17 pm:

    wally, why are you being blatantly biased?


  58. - Demoralized - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:17 pm:

    @Far Northsider:

    Thanks


  59. - Give Me A Break - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:18 pm:

    Oswego: But are there that many votes left downstate? And Brady would almost have to take them all would he not?


  60. - chi - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:19 pm:

    i think if alexi loses the 6-yer term but wins the rest of burris’ term he’d just concede both to kirk and avoid a recount. i’d guess kirk would do the same.


  61. - A.B. - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:19 pm:

    According to ABC most of the outstanding votes are rural areas and a smattering from the collars.


  62. - Cheswick - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:20 pm:

    It feels very much like a horse race. And I’m hungry.


  63. - Liandro - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:20 pm:

    I live in Lee Country, a very red county in northern IL. Apparently, according to the interwebs, we haven’t reported any precincts yet? If that’s true, it is very good for Hultgren and the state R’s.


  64. - Wally - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:20 pm:

    Kirk is pulling away.

    The last 18% of the vote counted, Brady has picked up 65,000 votes!


  65. - hisgirlfriday - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:21 pm:

    Pete Giangreco said 443 precincts in cook suburb and city still left to report. He thinks Alexi could still close the vote with what’s left there. Also says 20-30 thousand possible mail-in ballots?


  66. - Logical Thinker - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:22 pm:

    Alexi is toast. Down 60k


  67. - Regnad Kcin - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:22 pm:

    I think Quinn is going to pull it out.


  68. - Oswego Willy - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:23 pm:

    I just said you COULD chase those votes down … doesn’t mean Brady will … margins would be real tight


  69. - Ooga - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:23 pm:

    County breakdowns at
    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/files/elections/2010/general/by_county/gov/IL.html?SITE=ILCHSELN&SECTION=POLITICS


  70. - A.B. - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:23 pm:

    Don’t crucify the messenger, but Karl Rove just said he would call the Senate race for Kirk based on the areas still out.


  71. - Concerned Observer - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:25 pm:

    Hey A.B…got these nice pieces of wood set up in an X pattern, wanna check ‘em out? :)

    Seriously, I’d call for Kirk too, and I voted Alexi.


  72. - Wally - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:25 pm:

    Brady has cut it to under 30,000!


  73. - Logical Thinker - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:25 pm:

    I don’t see Brady’s or Alexi’s path to victory. Shocking results in the US House though.


  74. - Rich Miller - Tuesday, Nov 2, 10 @ 10:26 pm:

    This post is getting long and involved. I’m closing it and opening a fresh thread.

    Mmmm. Fresh.


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