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The Will County clerk's office counted the remaining provisional ballots Tuesday morning, but they did not alter the outcome of the April 9 Joliet City Council election.
The retired Will County Sheriff's Office deputy chief said his well-rounded law enforcement background makes him a strong candidate in the March 2014 primary.
A second incumbent, Andrew Mihelich, won election, as did newcomers Tina Markley and Barbara Adams.
Polling places are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. and you can find results right here on your local Patch site.
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The Joliet City Council candidates spoke at an election forum held this week by the African American and Hispanic Coalition.
Jim McFarland says he will be running for one of three at-large city council seats in the April 2013 election.
Will County Board member Cory Singer had hoped to oust Larry Walsh, who's held the job for eight years, but lost by nearly 7 percent.
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