The following is a list of Democratic and Republican candidates who’ll be running in the Tuesday, March 17 primary elections, as well as referenda pertaining to the area.

Candidates who are running as presidential delegates and alternate delegates to the 2020 Democratic and Republican national conventions are not listed here.

Note: These are unofficial candidate listings from the DuPage County Election Commission.

 

Democratic candidates

President of the United States (vote for 1)—Amy J. Klobuchar, Deval Patrick, Bernie Sanders, Joseph R. Biden, Michael R. Bloomberg, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigeig, Tom Steyer, Andrew Yang, Michael Bennet, John K. Delaney, Tulsi, Gabbard, Cory Booker

United States Senator (vote for 1)—Richard J. Durbin

U.S. Rep. 5th Congressional District (vote for 1): Brian Burns, Mike Quigley

U.S. Rep. 8th Congressional District (vote for 1)—Raja Krishnamoorthi, William Olson, Inam Hussain

State Representative 46th Representative District (vote for 1)—Deb Conroy

 

County offices

Circuit Court Clerk (vote for 1)—Moon Khan, Candice Adams

County Auditor (vote for 1)—William “Bill” White, Bruce Fogerty

Coroner (vote for 1)—Gregory H. Whalen

Recorder (vote for 1)—Kathleen V. Carrier

County Board District 1 (vote for 1; 2-year term)—Zahra Suratwala

County Board District 2 (vote for 1: 2-year term)—Paula Deacon Garcia

Forest Preserve District 2 (vote for 1)—Tina Tyson-Dunne

 

18th Judicial Circuit

18th Judicial (Bakalis) (vote for 1)—Margaret “Peggy” O’Connell

18th Judicial (O’Shea) (vote for 1)—Azam Nizamuddin, David Guy Stevens

18th Judicial (Sutter) (vote for 1)—Jill Otte, Alice Wilson

18th Judicial (Anderson) (vote for 1)—Jeffrey M. Jacobson

 

Republican candidates

President of the United States (vote for 1)—Donald J. Trump, Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente

United States Senator (vote for 1)—Mark C. Curran Jr., Tom Tarter, Casey Chlebek, Peggy Hubbard, Robert Marshall

U.S. Rep. 5th Congressional District (vote for 1): Tommy Hanson, Kimball Ladien.

U.S. Rep. 8th Congressional District (vote for 1)—No candidate

State Representative 46th Representative District (vote for 1)—No candidate

 

County offices

County State’s Attorney (vote for 1)—Robert “Bob” Berlin

Circuit Court Clerk (vote for 1)—Chris Kachiroubas

County Auditor (vote for 1)—Jeffrey Mack, Bob Grogan

Coroner (vote for 1)—Richard Jorgensen

Recorder (vote for 1)—Babette Holder Youngberg, Ron Almiron

County Board District 1 (vote for 1; 2-year term)—Donald E. Puchalski

County Board District 2 (vote for 1: 2-year term)—Sean T. Noonan

 

18th Judicial Circuit

18th Judicial (Bakalis) (vote for 1)—James F. McCluskey

18th Judicial (O’Shea) (vote for 1)—John Joseph Pcolinski Jr., Greg Abbott, Richard J. “Rick” Veenstra, Richard D. Felice

18th Judicial (Sutter) (vote for 1)—Ann Celine Walsh

18th Judicial (Anderson) (vote for 1)—Monique O’Toole

 

Referenda

School District 45

Proposition to issue $30,000,000 School Building Bonds (vote yes or no)

“Shall the Board of Education of School District Number 45, DuPage County, Illinois, build and equip a new early childhood center, improve the sites of, build and equip additions to and alter, repair and equip existing school buildings, including installing school safety, security and technology improvements, making improvements to science labs and music rooms and renovating other instructional spaces, constructing improvements necessary to accommodate full-day kindergarten, increasing parking and improving drop-off zones, and issue bonds of said School District to the amount of $30,000,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?”

 

Yorkfield Fire Protection District

Proposition to increase the limiting rate of the Yorkfield Fire Protection District (vote yes or no).

“Shall the limiting rate under the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law for the Yorkfield Fire Protection District, Cook and DuPage Counties, Illinois, be increased by an additional amount equal to 0.20% above the limiting rate for fire protection and ambulance purposes for levy year 2018 and be equal to 0.4186% of the equalized assessed value of the taxable property therein for levy year 2020?”

 

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