March 2012 Primary Channahon-Minooka Election Blog

Channahon-Minooka Patch is at the Grundy County Courthouse and we will update election results for the 75th District Senate, 38th District House and 16th Congressional races as they come in as well as electric aggregation.

9 p.m.

just arrived at the courthouse to check results

9:10 p.m.

We are typing in results as quickly as we can, but if you want to follow along, you can go to the Grundy County Web site.


9:13 p.m.

With 72.7 percent of Grundy County precincts reporting in the 16th District Congressional race, is leading the race with 78.44 percent of the vote. has 21.56 percent.

9:32 p.m.

In Grundy County alone, both Channahon and Minooka voters approved electric aggregation, but I am hearing that it failed overall. Working to get numbers.

Editor's Note: One Grundy County precinct is still out


9:36 p.m.

Unincorporated Grundy County voters have voted down the option for electrical aggregation with a vote of 40.44 percent to 59.56 percent.

Editor's Note: One Grundy County precinct is still out

9:48 p.m.

Will County Electrical Aggreation votes - Channahon: Yes 612 (50.37%) -- no 603 (49.63%. This means the electrical aggregation passes in the village of Channahon by just over 21 votes.

Editor's Note: One Grundy County precinct is still out

9:51 p.m.

Will County Electrical Aggregation votes - Minooka: Yes 99 (48.77 percent) -- no 104 (51.23 percent). Still checking on Kendall County votes for a total.

Editor's Note: One Grundy County precinct is still out

10:20 p.m.

Minooka Electric Aggregation fails.

10:25 p.m.

Although one district in Grundy County is still reporting, Adam Kinzinger has won the District 16 congressional race


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