Unofficial Democratic Primary Election Ballot

Chicago, Illinois - Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Sample Ballot Style: 548

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Governor & Lieutenant Governor

-  Vote for One

1    JB Pritzker & Juliana Stratton

2    Chris Kennedy & Ra Joy

3    Daniel Biss & Litesa E. Wallace

5    Bob Daiber & Jonathan W. Todd

6    Tio Hardiman & Patricia Avery

7    Robert Marshall & Dennis Cole

Attorney General

-  Vote for One

8    Pat Quinn

9    Renato Mariotti

10    Scott Drury

11    Nancy Rotering

12    Kwame Raoul

13    Jesse Ruiz

14    Sharon Fairley

15    Aaron Goldstein

    Write-In

Secretary of State

-  Vote for One

16    Jesse White

Comptroller

-  Vote for One

17    Susana A. Mendoza

Treasurer

-  Vote for One

18    Michael W. Frerichs

U.S. Representative, 5th District

-  Vote for One

21    Benjamin Thomas Wolf

22    Mike Quigley

23    Sameena Mustafa

24    Steven J. Schwartzberg

State Central Committeewoman, 5th District

-  Vote for One

31    Cynthia M. Santos

32    Melissa Lindberg

State Central Committeeman, 5th District

-  Vote for One

33    John J. Cullerton

34    Ross Outten

State Representative, 13th District

-  Vote for One

51    Gregory Harris

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Commissioners (6-year term)


-  Vote for not more than Three

61    Marcelino Garcia

62    Debra Shore

63    Kari K. Steele

64    Martin J. Durkan

    Write-In

    Write-In

    Write-In

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Commissioners Unexpired 2-Year Term


-  Vote for One

69    Kimberly Neely Dubuclet

    Write-In

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Commissioners


(Vacancy of Bradford)

-  Vote for One

    No Candidate

    Write-In

President of County Board

-  Vote for One

71    Toni Preckwinkle

72    Bob Fioretti

County Clerk

-  Vote for One

73    Karen A. Yarbrough

    Write-In

County Sheriff

-  Vote for One

76    Thomas J. Dart

    Write-In

County Treasurer

-  Vote for One

78    Peter Gariepy

79    Maria Pappas

County Assessor

-  Vote for One

80    Joseph Berrios

81    Frederick "Fritz" Kaegi

82    Andrea A. Raila

    Write-In

County Commissioner, 10th District

-  Vote for One

91    Bridget Gainer

92    Mary Ann Kosiak

Board of Review, 2nd District

-  Vote for One

101    Michael Cabonargi

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of Brewer)

-  Vote for One

121    Oran F. Whiting

122    Kathryn Maloney Vahey

123    John Maher

    Write-In

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of Clay)

-  Vote for One

126    Kathaleen Theresa Lanahan

127    Jonathan Clark Green

128    Michael I. O'Malley

129    Lori Ann Roper

    Write-In

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of Dooling)

-  Vote for One

130    Tom Sam Sianis

131    Timothy John Leeming

132    Corri Diane Fetman

    Write-In

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of Egan)

-  Vote for One

133    Rosa Maria Silva

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of Dunford)

-  Vote for One

134    Thomas F. McGuire

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of Flanagan)

-  Vote for One

135    Amanda Moira Pillsbury

136    Preston Jones Jr.

137    Keely Patricia Hillison

138    Ioana Salajanu

    Write-In

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of Hartigan)

-  Vote for One

139    Cecilia Anne Horan

140    Keith L. Spence

    Write-In

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of Jordan)

-  Vote for One

141    Clare Joyce Quish

142    Jerry Barrido

143    Patrick Dankwa John

    Write-In

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of McGinnis)

-  Vote for One

144    Brian Terrence Sexton

145    Peter Michael Gonzalez

146    Bradley R. Trowbridge

    Write-In

Judge of the Circuit Court


(Vacancy of Prendergast Rooney)

-  Vote for One

147    Jack Hagerty

148    Mable Taylor

    Write-In

Judge, 10th Subcircuit


(Vacancy of O'Neill Burke)

-  Vote for One

151    Stephanie Saltouros

152    Gwyn E. Ward Brown

153    Lorraine Murphy

Judge, 10th Subcircuit


(Vacancy of Suriano)

-  Vote for One

154    Colleen Reardon Daly

155    Noreen Patricia Connolly

156    Gerald Cleary

157    Jill Rose Quinn

158    Thomas J. Gabryszewski

    Write-In

To the Voters of 1st Precinct of the 1st Ward:

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Shall our alderman support a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) Ordinance to prevent the displacement of residents from the area surrounding the Obama Center by having: 1) 30% set-aside of affordable housing; 2) Property tax freeze; 3) Funding for local jobs and affordable housing.

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

Should our alderman support a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) Ordinance to prevent the displacement of residents from the area surrounding the El Paseo Trail by having: 1) 30% set-aside of affordable housing; 2) Property tax freeze; 3) Funding for local jobs and affordable housing?

YES
NO

Should our alderman support a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) Ordinance to prevent the displacement of residents from the area surrounding the El Paseo Trail by having: 1) 30% set-aside of affordable housing; 2) Property tax freeze; 3) Funding for local jobs and affordable housing?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

Shall our alderman support a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) Ordinance to prevent the displacement of residents from the area surrounding the Obama Center by having: 1) 30% set-aside of affordable housing; 2) Property tax freeze; 3) Funding for local jobs and affordable housing.

YES
NO

Shall our alderman support a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) Ordinance to prevent the displacement of residents from the area surrounding the Obama Center by having: 1) 30% set-aside of affordable housing; 2) Property tax freeze; 3) Funding for local jobs and affordable housing.

YES
NO

Shall our alderman support a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) Ordinance to prevent the displacement of residents from the area surrounding the Obama Center by having: 1) 30% set-aside of affordable housing; 2) Property tax freeze; 3) Funding for local jobs and affordable housing.

YES
NO

Should our alderman support a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) Ordinance to prevent the displacement of residents from the area surrounding the El Paseo Trail by having: 1) 30% set-aside of affordable housing; 2) Property tax freeze; 3) Funding for local jobs and affordable housing?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

Shall our Alderman support a Community Benefit Agreement (CBA) Ordinance to prevent the displacement of residents from the area surrounding El Paseo Trail by having: 1) 30% set aside for affordable housing, 2) Property Tax Freeze and 3) Funding for local jobs and affordable housing ?

YES
NO

Shall our Alderman support a Community Benefit Agreement (CBA) Ordinance to prevent the displacement of residents from the area surrounding El Paseo Trail by having: 1) 30% set aside for affordable housing, 2) Property Tax Freeze and 3) Funding for local jobs and affordable housing ?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the ban on rent control to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our community?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana to fund neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the statewide ban on rent control in order to stabilize the cost of housing for Chicago's working families?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the statewide ban on rent control in order to stabilize the cost of housing for Chicago's working families?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois lift the statewide ban on rent control in order to stabilize the cost of housing for Chicago's working families?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois be able to regulate rents to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our communities?

YES
NO

Should the State of Illinois be able to regulate rents to address rising rents, unjust evictions, and gentrification in our communities?

YES
NO

To the Voters of the 17th Ward:

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana towards neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO

In the event that the recreational use and sale of marijuana is legalized in the State of Illinois, should the City of Chicago appropriate tax or other revenues it receives from the sales of marijuana towards neighborhood reinvestment in low-income, disenfranchised communities hit hard by the war on drugs?

YES
NO


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