2016 Republican Primary Votes by Precinct

What follows was what appeared on the McHenry County Clerk’s web site.

It tells the precinct name, the name of the elected Republican Precinct Committeeman (at least 10 votes are required for write-in candidates), the number of Republican votes cast in each precinct and the number of votes cast in both the Republican and Democratic Party Primary Elections.

There are 212 precincts in McHenry County.

Precinct Name  GOP

votes

Reg voters GOP ballots cast Repub. Pres. Votes Dem. Pres. Votes
Red also has Dem. Precinct committeeman Red = write-in not elected          
RILEY 1 KURT A. SCHNABLE 357 1,990 573 570 290
MARENGO 1 RICHARD KASZNIAK 148 1,106 286 285 157
MARENGO 2 DONALD B. LOCKHART 204 985 240 237 142
MARENGO 3 DAVID WM ZIERER 226 1,152 379 378 175
MARENGO 4 HEATHER GREENQUIST 287 1,470 367 364 240
DUNHAM 1 PATRICIA J. KENNEDY 351 1,669 441 440 253
CHEMUNG 1 GLENDA L. MILLER 159 823 185 184 160
CHEMUNG 2 WILLIAM MATTESON 209 1,395 250 250 184
CHEMUNG 3         152 136
CHEMUNG 4         82 80
CHEMUNG 5         353 155
ALDEN 1 PRESTON REA 287 1,111 346 345 178
HARTLAND 1 DIANE EVERTSEN 225 923 283 281 131
HARTLAND 2         236 81
SENECA 1 ROBERT W. SCHLENKERT 272 1,231 371 369 195
SENECA 2         406 154
CORAL 1 ROGER H. NAYLOR 234 889 278 277 122
CORAL 2 WILLIAM DAMISCH 237 846 287 286 135
CORAL 3 SHAWN GREEN 204 864 266 280 112
GRAFTON 1 MICHAEL SKALA 214 1,164 253 258 194
GRAFTON 2 WRI-WALTER WOZNIAK 4 646 203 202 130
GRAFTON 3 FRANK HASLWANTER 76 359 102 101 68
GRAFTON 4 SHARON BILLS 371 1,729 492 482 321
GRAFTON 5 JEFFREY T. THORSEN 128 815 158 158 183
GRAFTON 6 BLAKE HOBSON 150 1,024 344 342 87
GRAFTON 7 FREDRICK W. WICKHAM 286 975 338 334 161
GRAFTON 8 CAROLYN SCHOFIELD 515 1,940 644 639 309
GRAFTON 9         134 101
GRAFTON 10 DANIEL J. ROONEY 140 693 184 181 115
GRAFTON 11 FRED FALBO 178 862 235 234 116
GRAFTON 12         279 239
GRAFTON 13 SHANNON L. TERESI 294 1,388 390 381 220
GRAFTON 14 KRISTINA HOFFMAN 180 840 213 212 123
GRAFTON 15         411 196
GRAFTON 16 MATTHEW McNAMARA 311 1,953 402 412 305
GRAFTON 17 WRI-ROBERT C NOWAK 9 1,101 349 347 146
GRAFTON 18 KENNETH CABAY 232 1,300 298 298 190
GRAFTON 19 WRI-ROBERT ABRAHAM 1 1,324 239 239 224
GRAFTON 20         358 230
GRAFTON 21 PAUL SERWATKA 305 1,341 386 383 173
GRAFTON 22         208 182
GRAFTON 23         210 172
GRAFTON 24         214 165
GRAFTON 25 JOSEPH M CALOMINO 183 1,214 229 227 195
GRAFTON 26 JIM NELSON 320 1,162 372 368 209
GRAFTON 27 LOIS THOMAS 268 996 335 335 145
GRAFTON 28 TOM POZNANSKI 165 966 194 191 171
GRAFTON29         213 188
GRAFTON 30 MARTIN J. WAITZMAN 194 788 263 263 91
GRAFTON 31 COLLEEN KENNEALLY 160 741 216 214 142
DORR 1 MICHAEL REIN 120 746 161 161 147
DORR 2         163 173
DORR 3 TOM THURMAN 92 684 117 115 151
DORR 4         188 171
DORR 5 SUSAN J. BROKAW 125 614 152 150 152
DORR 6 KAREN TIRIO 106 696 143 142 166
DORR 7 CYNTHIA HEMAUER 241 1,192 338 332 234
DORR 8 KATHERINE M. KEEFE 134 861 167 163 181
DORR 9 JOSEPH MONACK 231 1,586 444 441 310
DORR 10 DANIEL J. REGNA 255 1,573 317 311 233
DORR 11 JOHN P. JUNG JR 355 1,482 438 438 247
DORR 12 THOMAS ZANCK 220 1,289 433 429 185
DORR 13 JOHN J W GUANCI III 101 901 128 128 133
DORR 14 VIRGINIA D. PESCHKE 179 518 208 209 83
GREENWOOD 1 CHRISTOPHER G. DAHM 129 896 285 282 117
GREENWOOD 2 MICHAEL J. McCLEARY 302 1,957 379 376 353
GREENWOOD 3 BARBARA A. KLASEN 140 1,316 283 280 203
GREENWOOD 4         188 192
GREENWOOD 5 RACHEL SMITH 151 1,418 328 325 203
GREENWOOD 6 BRIAN SAGER 247 1,239 299 293 217
GREENWOOD 7 HENRY GOETZ 175 1,098 393 392 183
HEBRON 1 MARK SHEPHERD 236 962 292 288 151
HEBRON 2 LEROY FONTANA 156 721 232 229 121
RICHMOND 1 MICHELE SHERMAN 325 1,514 413 411 220
RICHMOND 2 MATTHEW MEYER 288 1,504 374 371 190
RICHMOND 3 T. VALENTINE-GARZA 66 647 137 133 90
RICHMOND 4 STEVEN BISHOP 343 1,293 429 429 186
BURTON 1         240 132
BURTON 2 JAMES P. CARLIN 170 1,224 391 390 164
BURTON 3         399 141
MCHENRY 1 Write-in 19 969 287 287 155
MCHENRY 2 GERALDINE DAVIS 133 878 269 266 146
MCHENRY 3 JOHN BECK 197 1,024 271 265 154
MCHENRY 4 THOMAS POPOVICH 337 1,183 417 415 178
MCHENRY 5 DAVID YANG 112 708 148 148 132
MCHENRY 6 MARK WOODSTRUP 263 1,234 333 332 177
MCHENRY 7 BRENDA KOSMALSKI 123 977 160 157 118
MCHENRY 8 BOB ANDERSON 120 647 160 161 99
MCHENRY 9 ROBERT BOB HENRY 134 820 274 274 90
MCHENRY 10 STANLEY WOJEWSKI 223 1,409 296 289 225
MCHENRY 11         424 273
MCHENRY 12 STEVEN ROBERT VERR 119 698 165 165 139
MCHENRY 13 MIKE RAKESTRAW 88 972 183 183 176
MCHENRY 14 KAY BATES 201 1,202 235 234 214
MCHENRY 15 STEVEN ROONEY 221 906 286 284 135
MCHENRY 16 GREGORY L. FOREMAN 307 1,438 387 386 223
MCHENRY 17 JUDY K. COCKS 181 994 228 227 127
MCHENRY 18         142 96
MCHENRY 19 SUE DRAFFKORN 88 760 152 157 107
MCHENRY 20 SAM MARSALA 161 697 198 196 117
MCHENRY 21 CHARLES WHEELER 250 1,110 330 330 169
MCHENRY 22         80 52
MCHENRY 23 CRAIG M. ADAMS 106 651 119 119 108
MCHENRY 24         237 165
MCHENRY 25         185 165
MCHENRY 26 ANDREW GLAB 90 458 113 116 78
MCHENRY 27 JOHN R. HOFFMAN 267 1,080 331 330 152
MCHENRY 28 CHRISTOPHER SCHURRER 99 476 117 116 123
MCHENRY 29 ERIK SIVERTSEN 55 588 132 131 79
MCHENRY 30 STEPHANIE DIEDRICH 229 991 280 280 148
MCHENRY 31 JOHN A WIERZ 187 882 243 234 135
MCHENRY 32 SANDRA FAY SALGADO 137 797 177 175 105
MCHENRY 33 JAMES ROMANO 115 531 149 146 82
MCHENRY 34 MARK JAEGER 208 1,410 496 492 183
MCHENRY 35 RANDALL J. VENDEGNA 156 992 325 322 160
NUNDA 1 WILLIAM BOLTZ 299 1,289 363 361 206
NUNDA 2 ROBERT L. BORCHERT 178 906 228 224 151
NUNDA 3         97 116
NUNDA 4 BRIAN BARTNICK 170 928 209 210 160
NUNDA 5 TIMOTHY J. PARRISH 149 672 182 179 105
NUNDA 6 MICHAEL A.LESPERANCE 137 1,097 285 283 166
NUNDA 7 KELVIN LEE JENNING 161 861 193 193 122
NUNDA 8         171 101
NUNDA 9         186 148
NUNDA 10 LARRY E. CANNON 254 910 319 315 132
NUNDA 11 MARK DANIEL 201 652 248 248 88
NUNDA 12 MARY E McCLELLAN 225 1,084 291 290 179
NUNDA 13 ROBERT W. PARRISH 95 476 115 114 101
NUNDA 14 PATRICK COLLINS 150 1,022 336 330 135
NUNDA 15 JOSEPH GOTTEMOLLER 297 1,572 554 546 303
NUNDA 16 KAREN TYNIS 147 564 182 179 90
NUNDA 17 NICK PROVENZANO 267 1,120 341 338 141
NUNDA 18 DAVID R. GERVAIS 184 698 233 232 140
NUNDA 19 ROBERT J. ZALUD 324 1,591 414 413 248
NUNDA 20 CATHERINE M WILLIAMS 290 956 355 354 83
NUNDA 21 JONI SMITH 321 1,261 407 404 180
NUNDA 22         438 202
NUNDA 23         93 137
NUNDA 24 ERIC DOWD 166 1,045 282 279 162
NUNDA 25 WRI-BOB H HANAFORD 14 857 233 229 177
NUNDA 26         161 182
NUNDA 27 JOSEPH SALGADO 99 1,081 231 231 199
NUNDA 28         140 110
NUNDA 29 NANCY L. GONSIOREK 106 330 130 130 40
ALGONQUIN 1 CHRISTOPHER YAEGER 99 551 122 121 143
ALGONQUIN 2 THOMAS VENEZIO 151 775 219 218 198
ALGONQUIN 3         163 141
ALGONQUIN 4 ANDREW GASSER 160 922 196 195 194
ALGONQUIN 5 CHARLES A. LUTZOW JR 241 1,035 317 313 204
ALGONQUIN 6 KATHLEEN GARDINER 162 722 208 208 133
ALGONQUIN 7 CAL SKINNER JR 128 463 177 174 81
ALGONQUIN 8 WRI-NEILS KRUSE 11 867 214 214 173
ALGONQUIN 9 WRI-DAN SHEA 40 744 239 241 137
ALGONQUIN 10 DONNA KURTZ 171 888 210 210 222
ALGONQUIN 11 MAUREEN E. HUFF 178 1,117 233 232 194
ALGONQUIN 12 JIM COSLER 188 869 234 233 150
ALGONQUIN 13 RITA M. HEUEL 146 795 181 179 141
ALGONQUIN 14 WRI-PHILIP GUIDICE 21 817 254 254 157
ALGONQUIN 15 DEBORAH JENSSEN 125 722 151 151 140
ALGONQUIN 16 LOU ANNE MAJEWSKI 261 800 343 341 105
ALGONQUIN 17 JENNIFER WEINHAMMER 215 1,194 420 419 160
ALGONQUIN 18 MARY E. CARDELLI 142 608 173 173 86
ALGONQUIN 19 WRI-MARY PIROVANO 3 668 174 167 119
ALGONQUIN 20         103 74
ALGONQUIN 21 MARK GUERRA 168 865 215 213 166
ALGONQUIN 22 THOMAS ANDERSON 124 575 148 144 108
ALGONQUIN 23 JACKIE PENZE 245 908 322 321 165
ALGONQUIN 24 WRI-BOB DEPALMA 7 855 191 191 163
ALGONQUIN 25 THOMAS P. McDERMOTT 109 512 130 125 132
ALGONQUIN 26         156 130
ALGONQUIN 27         189 144
ALGONQUIN 28 DEBRA EBERT 166 895 216 215 170
ALGONQUIN 29 CHRIS CHRISTENSEN 102 516 127 125 97
ALGONQUIN 30 ADAM SCHUSTER 152 936 309 311 178
ALGONQUIN 31 DAVID PIPPEN 242 1,145 314 315 192
ALGONQUIN 32         172 131
ALGONQUIN 33 SEAN MURPHY 244 1,086 298 298 182
ALGONQUIN 34 WRI-ROBERT J MILLER 4 795 168 167 179
ALGONQUIN 35 JOHN PLETZ 207 1,087 240 237 164
ALGONQUIN 36 SCOTT VETTER 194 711 252 247 128
ALGONQUIN 37         57 55
ALGONQUIN 38         203 158
ALGONQUIN 39         174 159
ALGONQUIN 40 WRI-PEGGY PIROVANO 28 678 138 138 166
ALGONQUIN 41 RODNEY COVENAH 246 1,186 318 317 217
ALGONQUIN 42 CAMERON D. HUBBARD 248 1,128 314 312 206
ALGONQUIN 43 SANDRA ROBERTSON 212 1,060 281 284 212
ALGONQUIN 44 PATRICK COLCERNIAN 155 757 194 194 154
ALGONQUIN 45 PATRICK WALL 219 862 277 276 150
ALGONQUIN 46 CHRIS JENNER 262 1,068 344 341 190
ALGONQUIN 47 366 224
ALGONQUIN 48 FRANK TUCCI 276 1,145 353 353 201
ALGONQUIN 49 E MARKOS TSILIMIGRAS 185 732 235 234 103
ALGONQUIN 50 JOHN RADKE 224 837 285 285 120
ALGONQUIN 51 EILEEN I. MARHOEFER 261 1,128 334 333 254
ALGONQUIN 52         212 208
ALGONQUIN 53         128 153
ALGONQUIN 54 WRI-GARY MADER 9 935 245 244 173
ALGONQUIN 55 CHRIS COVELLI 230 1,127 293 291 177
ALGONQUIN 56         145 113
ALGONQUIN 57 WRI-MIKE VANDERSPOOL 5 1,279 251 260 250
ALGONQUIN 58         264 151
ALGONQUIN 59         238 260
ALGONQUIN 60 MARY RUYS 103 455 132 129 94
ALGONQUIN 61 WRI-FATIMA M SANCHEZ 5 635 167 166 112
ALGONQUIN 62 GLEN SWANSON 226 1,024 287 287 183
ALGONQUIN 63 CHRISTINA MYERS 211 1,190 276 276 245
ALGONQUIN 64         160 123
ALGONQUIN 65 MARK R. KOWNICK 227 1,246 430 431 158
ALGONQUIN 66 LISA M. RYAN 153 696 203 202 136
ALGONQUIN 67 JENNIFER CRICK 253 912 296 294 135
ALGONQUIN 68 DANIEL MANUSOS 272 1,265 354 354 202

Comments

2016 Republican Primary Votes by Precinct — 24 Comments

  1. I just checked the Clerk’s site.

    It has different numbers than a few days ago, but it STILL says the results are “unofficial”.

    Does anyone know when the “Official” results will be out?

    I thought it was supposed to be today.

  2. Steve,

    The clerk has 21 days.

    Sec. 22-1. Abstracts of votes. Within 21 days after the close of the election at which candidates for offices hereinafter named in this Section are voted upon, the election authorities of the respective counties shall open the returns and make abstracts of the votes on a separate sheet for each of the following:

    A. For Governor and Lieutenant Governor;
    B. For State officers;
    C. For presidential electors;
    D. For United States Senators and Representatives to Congress;
    E. For judges of the Supreme Court;
    F. For judges of the Appellate Court;
    G. For judges of the circuit court;
    H. For Senators and Representatives to the General Assembly;
    I. For State’s Attorneys elected from 2 or more counties;
    J. For amendments to the Constitution, and for other propositions submitted to the electors of the entire State;
    K. For county officers and for propositions submitted to the electors of the county only;
    L. For Regional Superintendent of Schools;
    M. For trustees of Sanitary Districts; and
    N. For Trustee of a Regional Board of School Trustees.

    http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/fulltext.asp?DocName=001000050K22-1

    And the full code:

    http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs4.asp?DocName=001000050HArt.+22&ActID=170&ChapterID=3&SeqStart=72800000&SeqEnd=74800000

    Respectfully,
    Andrew Gasser

  3. Ah, my mistake. I thought it was fourteen days.

    Thanks, guys.

  4. Interesting….Donna Kurtz and Tom McDermott both lost their precincts to Dems!

    That’s pretty hard to do in McHenry County!

  5. Algonquin Township Chairman Chris Yaeger lost his precinct too.

    He refused to walk it for Dan McChonchie.

    And he wants to be chairman again?

    Gasser is an idiot.

    Gasser hasn’t done a damn thing for this county or this party.

    He was MIA for Kenneally and Tirio.

    He didn’t do a thing for Demetri or Walkup.

    Gasbag is all hot air.

    Now he wants us all to believe he knows the election law.

  6. Now, what can be done to have Judge Kevin Costello removed from the bench?

    I have been first hand witness to his, in my opinion, unscrupulous, mistake ridden, erroneous and, YES, arrogant rulings from the bench.

    As a Judge, it makes those around him ask and wonder, where on the earth did that man get his law degree?

    Was he c student or a D student?

    Or, did he barely pass?

    Please, enlighten the people Judge.

    He claimed that homeschooling was not a real school and therefore refused to allow College expenses from the parent.

    It just so happens I was in his courtroom one day when the defense Attorney in a case left the courtroom traveled to the lower level and returned with a briefcase. When he sat down he looked at the plaintiffs Attorney and asked “HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT?” The Plaintiffs Attorney replied “FIVE THOUSAND”

    Apparently, the money was dealed and sealed.

    More to come on Corruption in McHenry County near you.

    A complaint is currently being filed with the Judicial Inquiry Board.

    Judge Costello, you have a lot of explaining to do.

    By the way Judge Kevin Costello, I want your resignation!

  7. It would be nice if the spread sheet at the bottom gave totals of each Rep and Dem voters in the county.

  8. Fred had also explains Kurtz being elected, being that she’s a Democrat herself.

  9. FC, I think you are a liar.

    Tell the date and time of what you claim to have heard these lawyers say, their names, and your name, and report it.

    Next, tell the name of the case in which you criticize Judge Costello’s ruling.

    Without these specifics, nothing can be verified, and your claims sound, as always, like the reckless lies I think they are.

    You keep making claims of corruption, never with evidence or specifics.

    I challenge you to back up your accusations, or stop making them.

  10. Martin, I suggest you clam it!

    Don’t you have some private investigation work to do or something?

    Maybe, find someones IP address by snooping around where you don’t belong?

    In my opinion, there appears to be a conflict of interest between a law license and a Private investigators license.

    You have both?

    Just in case you wondering, it is the Illinois Department of Professional and Financial Regulations that allows you to operate as a Private Investigator.

    They can also take away the license if they find you have violated the terms of that license.

    Just a thought.

  11. Frankly Martin, I don’t care what you think!

    You are a part of the “Old Establishment” that is currently in the process of being bull dozed down with each and every election.

    The people of our County are awake and listening.

    The number of people at the polls has increased by 40% to 50%.

    The people are taking back McHenry County and the State of Illinois and they will continue to do so.

  12. I think Woodstock observer is onto something.

    Andrew Gasser clearly has hit a nerve with the political class.

    My question is what good is Gasser to the party?

    What has he done specifically for people to carry his large carcass around this county?

    To those of you who support him, how does he unify the party moving forward?

    From what county board members tell me Gasser is a self promoting windbag who never offers solutions.

    Seriously, what has been accomplished since Gasser has been on the board?

    He grandstands and takes credit for things he never did.

    He is unrepaired for board meetings and literally, “he stinks”.

    He is a failed leader in the military.

    He got out as a Captain after 20 years.

    I know O-3 after 20 years is a failure of a career.

    If his military career is any indication of his political career he will run Algonquin Township straight into the ground.

    Has anyone heard of any of his military accomplishments?

    For all of his grandstanding he does how come he never talks about “his service”?

  13. Frankly I’m shocked to hear of people talk about Andrew Gasser as they do, but than again when one hides behind a user name it’s easy to say whatever one wants.

    I walked with Andrew several times and he endorsed Tirio as well as Kenneally so unless Woodstock Resident was walking my precinct or any of the many other precincts Andrew walked he has no reason for his above comments.

    Anyone who bad mouths Andrew in the military I ask you- have you served in the military?

    Have you been sent oversees for war?

    I have not but, I wouldn’t say something bad about someone who defends YOUR freedom just to say they were a failed military leader as McHenry County Obesrver stated.

    I would encourage you to post with your real names and own up to your opinions.

    Otherwise they have been unheard and mean nothing.

    If you have a valid problem or concern contact Andrew yourself as he is very open to listening to constiruents.

    He walks all over Mc Henry County all the time, so when I hear people speak of him not doing his job I have to say I know it isn’t true.

    Alas, let the voters decide as they always like to speak with him when he goes door to door.

  14. Jennifer is right.

    Anonymously slamming people is easy, when no proof is ever required.

    Perhaps Mr Gasser does not talk about his military service because he does not want to.

    Perhaps he’s not the kind to brag or inflate his service.

    Maybe he thinks it’s just not relevant to his civilian political career.

    Whatever the reason, it is childish and dishonest for people to make up negative conjecture about why he does not bring it up.

    In the same topic, he could have ended as an 0-3 due to reserve duty, or because he started enlisted and was selected for OCS, because he started enlisted then got out, then went to college and rentered as an officer, or at least a dozen other scenarios.

    So if you don’t know his story, stop making up assumptions upon which you draw phony conclusions.

  15. Woodstock Resident, go back to Cal’s maps a few pages back see the facts.

    Kenneally, Tirio, and Walkup all won in Andrew’s SE corner of the county, and that is the only area Demetri won.

    Idiot is over the top also, although he is kind of full of it and himself at times.

    Dan McChonchie is/was a lobbyist, I can see not supporting people that hold that JOB then run for office.

  16. I thought the party stayed out of primary elections.

    This is the ugliest election I have ever witnessed.

    I’m glad to see a large turnout but I have serious doubts about the legitimacy of the voting overall.

    When people were trying the electronic voting were votes being counted with each try?

    Are these computers secure or can someone change votes from the parking lot?

    I’ll be waiting for my taxes to go down lol

  17. What school board are you willing to run for, The Mrs?

    We all know that’s what is driving up taxes.

  18. @The Mrs

    Traditionally, political parties do stay out of primaries.

    When I asked Mr Gasser about that in a prior thread, he said that it was OK for him to get involved because he wasn’t just a party official, but also an elected official, and it was alright for him to endorse candidates in that capacity.

    I wasn’t particularly impressed with his explanation, because I don’t think you can just remove one hat and don another at will.

  19. It looks like it showing the total number of registered voters and the number of voter the winning committee man candidates won.

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