Round Lake Area 2014 Candidate Resource Guide

Below are the candidates running on the Republican and Democratic tickets

Check your voter registration for your poll location. For convenience, sign up to vote by mail at the Lake County Clerk’s Voter Power page

Research the candidates websites before the election or better yet, attend events such as the League of Women Voters forums where you can ask and hear the candidates answer various questions. Most campaigns also have links to their Facebook & Twitter pages on their websites where you can follow their latest appearance schedules and updates.


Republican party candidates  Democratic party candidates
US Senator Jim Oberweis

Governor Bruce Rauner (Evelyn Sanguinetti)

Congress—10th Robert Dold

IL Attorney General Paul Schimpf

IL Secretary of State Michael Webster

IL Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka (incumbent)

IL Treasurer Tom Cross (was Dan Rutherford)

District 62 State Rep. Rod Drobinski

US Senator Richard J. Durbin (incumbent)

Governor Pat Quinn (incumbent) (Paul Vallas)

Congress—10th Brad Schneider (incumbent)

IL Attorney General Lisa Madigan (incumbent)

IL Secretary of State Jesse White (incumbent)

IL Comptroller Sheila Simon

IL Treasurer Michael W Frerichs

District 62 State Rep. Sam Yingling (incumbent)

There is also a District 116 building bond referendum* on the November 4th ballot as well as an Illinois Constitutional Amendment to modify the Victim’s Rights laws.  Watch your mail for a local sample ballot that will contain additional information.

Proposition To Issue $29,000,000 School Building Bonds
Shall the Board of Education of Round Lake Community Unit School District Number 116, Lake County, Illinois, build and equip additions to, improve the site of, alter, repair and equip a portion of the Round Lake High School Building, including constructing new classrooms, new STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) labs, an additional gymnasium, and a new student commons, installing technology and security improvements and constructing improvements to enhance student circulation, and issue bonds of said School District to the amount of $29,000,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?


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