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Illinois State Board of Elections
1990 Illinois Congressional and Statewide Results
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Governor
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican,
Att. Gen. Neil Harigan (D) 48% Sec. of St. Jim Edgar (R) 52%
Senator
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
Paul Simon (D) 65.1% U.S. Rep. Lynn Martin (R) 34.9%
1st Congressional District
Charles A. Hayes (D) 93.8% Babette Peyton(R) 6.2%
2nd Congressional District
Gus Savage (D) 78.2% William T. Hespel (R) 21.8%
3rd Congressional District
Marty Russo (D) 70.9% Carl L. Klein (R) 29.1%
4th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
George E. Sangmeister (D) 59.2% Manny Hoffman (R) 40.8%
5th Congressional District
William O. Lipinski (D) 66.3% David J. Shestokas (R) 31.0% Ronald "Ron" Bartos (Solidarity) 2.7%
6th Congressional District
Robert J. Cassidy (D) 33.3% Henry J. Hyde (R) 66.7%
7th Congressional District
Cardiss Collins (D) 79.9% Michael Dooley (R) 20.1%
8th Congressional District
Dan Rostenkowski (D) 79.1% No Republican Robert Marshall (L) 20.9%
9th Congressional District
Sidney R. Yates (D) 71.2% physician / attorney Herbert "Herb" Sohn (R) 28.8%
10th Congressional District
Peg McNamara (D) 30.8% John Edward Porter (R) 67.7% Herbert L. Gorrell (Solidarity) 1.5%
11th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
Frank Annunzio (D) 53.6% Walter W. Dudycz (R) 44.6% Larry Saska (Solidarity) 1.7%
12th Congressional District
No Democrat Philip M. Crane (R) 82.2% Steve Pedersen (Solidarity) 17.8%
13th Congressional District
Steven K. Thomas (D) 34.2% Harris W. Fawell (R) 65.8%
14th Congressional District
Donald J. Westphal (D) 33.1% J. Dennis Hastert (R) 66.9%
15th Congressional District
No Democrat Edward R. Madigan (R) 99.991% write-in 0.009%
16th Congressional District, Lynn Martin (R) running for U.S. Senate
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
attorney John W. Cox, Jr. (D) 54.6% John W. Hallock, Jr. (R) 45.4%
17th Congressional District
Lane A. Evans (D) 66.5% Dan Lee (R) 33.5%
18th Congressional District
No Democrat Robert H. Michel (R) 98.4% Walter Gillin (WI) 1.4%, Alan J. Port (WI) 0.2%,
19th Congressional District
Terry L. Bruce (D) 66.3% Robert F. Kerans (R) 32.4% Brian James O'Neill II (Solidarity) 1.3%
20th Congressional District
Richard J. Durbin (D) 66.2% Paul Jurgens (R) 33.8%
21st Congressional District
Jerry F. Costello (D) 66.0% Robert H. Gaffner (R) 34.0%
22nd Congressional District
Glenn Poshard (D) 83.7% No Republican Jim Wham (I) 16.3%

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(Solidarity) = Solidarity Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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