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Illinois State Board of Elections
2002 Illinois Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: March 19, 2002,
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties, State Media,
Governor, 51% in '98, George H. Ryan (R) retiring after 1st term
U.S. Rep. Rod R. Blagojevich (D) 36.6%, Chicago school superintendent Paul G. Vallas (D) 34.4%, ex-St. Att. Gen. Roland W. Burris (D) 29%, St. Att. Gen. Jim Ryan (R) 44.6%, St. Sen. Patrick J. O'Malley (R) 28.5%, Lt. Gov. Corinne G. Wood (R) 26.8%, Shannon Renken (R/WI), Marisellis Brown (I),
Lt. Governor - Tied with Gov., Corinne G. Wood (R) running for Governor
ex-St. Treasurer Pat Quinn (D) 42.1%, health care consultant Joyce W. Washington (D) 32.4%, college instructor / '00 Congressional nominee F. Michael "Mike" Kelleher Jr. (D) 25.5%, St. Sen. Carl E. Hawkinson (R) 47.3%, St. Rep. William A. O'Connor (R) 32.4%, conservative activist Jack J. McInerney (R) 11.5%, Charles G. Owens (R) 8.8%,
Attorney General, Jim Ryan (R) running for Governor
St. Sen. Lisa Madigan (D) 58.2%, attorney John R. Schmidt (D) 41.8%, DuPage Co. St. Att. Joseph Birkett (R) 64%, attorney Robert F. "Bob" Coleman (R) 36%,
Secretary of State
Jesse White (D), Winnebago Co. Board chair Kristine O'Rourke Cohn (R),
Treasurer
St. Rep. Thomas J. "Tom" Dart (D), Judy Baar Topinka (R),
Comptroller
Daniel W. Hynes (D), attorney Thomas Jefferson Ramsdell (R),
Senator, 55.8% in '96, 1st term
Richard J. "Dick" Durbin (D), St. Rep. James B. Durkin (R) 46.1%, businessman James D. "Jim" Oberweis (R) 30.9%, attorney / '00 primary candidate John H. Cox (R) 23%, author Steve Burgauer (L),
Illinois Will Lose a Congressional District due to Reapportionment
Reps. David Phelps (D) and John Shimkus (R) will be in the same district,
1st Congressional District, 87.8% in '00, 5th term
Bobby L. Rush (D), clown / '95 Chicago Mayor nominee / '00 nominee Raymond G. "Ray" Wardingley (R),
2nd Congressional District, 89.8% in '00, 4th term
Jesse L. Jackson Jr. (D) 85%, Yvonne L. Christian-Williams (D) 10.2%, Anthony W. Williams (D) 4.8%, Cook Co. GOP committeeman Doug Nelson (R),
3rd Congressional District, 75.4% in '00, 10th term
William O. "Bill" Lipinski (D), No Republican
4th Congressional District, 88.7% in '00, 5th term
Luis V. Gutierrez (D) 68.3%, attorney Chad M. "Marty" Castro (D) 21.4%, John Joseph Holowinski (D) 10.4%, Anthony J. "Tony" Lopez-Cisneros (R), Maggie Kohls (L) 72%, Martin "Marty" Pankau (L) 28%,
5th Congressional District, 87.3% in '00, Rod R. Blagojevich (D) running for Governor after 3rd term
ex-White House aid Rahm Emanuel (D) 50.4%, ex-St. Rep. Nancy Kaszak (D) 38.6%, ex-White House aide Peter Dagher (D) 4.5%, Stanley Niziolek (D) 1.8%, Mark A. Fredrickson (D) 1.3%, Ray "The Angel" Lear (D) 1.2%, attorney Paul A. Rauner (D) 1.1%, Joseph Slovinec (D) 1.0%, JP Morgan exec. Mark A. Augusti (R) 41.0%, William F. Hurley (R) 40.2%, real estate broker Eugene R. "Gene" Urbaszewski (R) 18.8%, columnist Gene Koprowski (R/WI), Frank Gonzalez (L), police officer Kevin Hacker (I),
6th Congressional District, 59.0% in '00, 14th term
Tom Berry (D), Henry J. Hyde (R),
7th Congressional District, 85.9% in '00, 3rd term
Danny K. Davis (D), marketing executive Mark Tunney (R) 58.6%, Bryon R. Reed (R) 21.9%, political consultant / '00 nominee Robert Dallas (R) 19.5%, James Wright (Rfm),
8th Congressional District, 61.0% in '00, 17th term
business consultant Melissa Bean (D), Philip M. Crane (R),
9th Congressional District, 76.3% in '00, 2nd term
Janice D. "Jan" Schakowsky (D), No Republican
10th Congressional District, 51.2% in '00, 1st term
law school dean Henry H. "Hank" Perritt, Jr. (D), Mark Steven Kirk (R),
11th Congressional District, 56.4% in '00, 4th term
attorney Keith S. Van Duyne (D), Gerald C. "Jerry" Weller (R),
12th Congressional District, unopposed in '00, 8th term
Jerry F. Costello (D), David Sadler (R) 66.1%, Patricia Elaine Beard (R) 33.9%,
13th Congressional District, 66.2% in '00, 2nd term
No Democrat Judy Biggert (R),
14th Congressional District, 74.0% in '00, 8th term
No Democrat J. Dennis Hastert (R),
15th Congressional District, 53.2% in '00, 1st term
No Democrat Timothy V. "Tim" Johnson (R),
16th Congressional District, 66.7% in '00, 5th term
industrial designer John Kutsch (D), Donald A. Manzullo (R),
17th Congressional District, 54.9% in '00, 10th term
Lane A. Evans (D), self-employed sales rep. Peter Calderone (R) 58.2%, CPA Tony Rees (R) 41.8%,
18th Congressional District, 66.7% in '00, 4th term
No Democrat Ray Lahood (R),
19th Congressional District, 64.6% in '00 and 2nd term for Phelps, 63.1% in '00 and 3rd term for Shimkus
David D. Phelps (D) 84.4%, retired coal miner Vic Robers (D) 16.6%, John M. Shimkus (R),

1. Key to Illinois Political Parties
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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