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Election day open thread

9 April 2013 Elgin Illinois 9 Comments

Dog in blue truck, Elgin IL Dog in blue truck, Elgin IL (Photo by Elgin Town).

Open thread for the April 2013 municipal elections. Report on your voting experience and discuss the results here!

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  1. Candidates - Left Right and You on WRMN 1410am is having an election night special show 7-9pm. Please call in or let us know here about your election night party! While we are waiting for the results, we want to discuss who is having the best party.

  2. TP says:

    Good luck to all candidates today. It has been interesting to watch. Personally I am hoping for some big changes!!!

  3. Gibster says:

    I just voted at Gail Borden Library ’so-so’ turnout thus far…. Question, Is it okay to ask a very pregnant librarian if she’s overdue?!?! #Elgin2013

  4. Tim says:

    It’s was pretty disorganized this morning at Gail Borden, hopefully that improved.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Getting ready to head to Church of the Bretheren now. Just say no to the Rain Tax!

  6. Zreebs says:

    The ballot was messed up. I live in Cook County, but my ballot gave me the opportunity to vote on a Kain county trustee race (or something that specifically mentioned it was for Kain county). When I told the workers there, they indicated that it wasn’t their job to notify anyone about it. Since I had an all day meeting beginning at 8:30, I wasn’t able to notify anyone myself.

    • SIE says:

      That happens all the time for Cook County Elgin residents. I didn’t vote for that but wonder if I did if the votes would even count.

  7. RS says:

    http://elginite.org/blog/2013/04/09/big-night-for-conservative-candidates/

    The results are in!

    It’s hard to believe that conservatives could outnumber liberals in the Elgin of today but in this municipal election they clearly turned out in much larger numbers.