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November 2, 2010

Local race election results

CLINTON — Clinton's state representative seat will remain in Democratic control.

 With all precincts reporting in Clinton County, Mary Wolfe defeated Dave Rose 4,761 to 4,365.

Republican Brian Schmidt also claimed a spot on the Board of Supervisors, along with incumbent Republican Jill Davisson. Schmidt outlasted Democrat incumbent Dennis Starling.

 The city will also not issue bonds for a new library, with the electorate denying the library referendum by more than 2,000 votes. The gaming referedum passed easily with more than 75 percent of the vote.

 For the other local state representative seat, Brian Moore now holds a slim edge over Tom Schueller with 22 of 24 precincts reporting. Moore owns 50.4 percent of the vote.

 In another tight race, Andrew Naeve has battled back in the state senate race and trails Tod Bowman by 1 percentage point with only two more precincts left to report.

 Stay tuned to to see who will win in the area state representative and senate races. 

Whiteside County results are in with Republican Kelly Wilhelmi retaining the county sheriff seat. He received 10,120 votes, which was 53.54 percent of the vote, to Democratic challenger John F. Booker's 8,782 votes, which is 46.46 percent of the vote.

Incumbent County Clerk Dana Nelson and County Treasurer Darlene Hook, both of whom were unchallenged, retain their seats.

Both ballot proposals have been approved in Fulton, Ill. 

For election results from Clinton County, click here.

For election results from Jackson County, click here

For election results from Whiteside County, click here

Stay tuned to for updates during the night. 

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