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Uncertified vote tallies show presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump winning their respective political party primaries in Stickney Township, according to Cook County Clerk’s website.
Stickney Township encompasses the communities of Burbank, Stickney, Forest View, and the eastern half of Bedford Park, as well as some small portions of Bridgeview. The unincorporated communities of Central Stickney and Nottingham Park are also within the township.
Stickney Township's approximate borders are Pershing Road (39th Street) on the north, Cicero Avenue on the east, 87th Street on the south, and Harlem Avenue on the west, excepting those areas in the Chicago communities of Garfield Ridge and Clearing.
Across suburban Cook County, 690,851 ballots were cast among the suburban Cook’s 1,443,261 registered voters.
In the Democratic presidential primary, Bernie Sanders captured 57 percent of the vote to Hillary Clinton’s 42 percent in Stickney Township.
On the Republican side, Donald Trump came out ahead on 62 percent of ballots cast in Stickney Township, followed by Ted Cruz (21 percent), John Kasich (8 percent), and Marco Rubio (7 percent).
In what was probably the hottest local Democratic primary race -- Cook County State’s Attorney -- two-term prosecutor Anita Alvarez won Stickney Township with 52 percent of the vote, followed by Kim Foxx (31 percent) and Donna More (17 percent) in the Democratic primary.
Here’s how the major contested races played out in the primary across Stickney Township’s 20 precincts:
- Bernie Sanders - 3,716
- Hillary Clinton - 2,773
- Donald Trump - 1,562
- Ted Cruz - 526
- John Kasich - 204
- Marco Rubio - 174
- Jeb Bush - 20
- Ben Carson - 13
Democratic U.S. Senate
- Tammy Duckworth (64 percent) - 3,896
- Andrea Zopp (24 percent) - 1,615
- Napoleon Harris (11 percent) - 699
Republican U.S. Senate
- Mark Steven Kirk (68 percent) - 1,504
- James T. Marter (31 percent) - 749
Democratic State Representative, 22nd District (includes a portion of Burbank)
- Michael J. Madigan (54 percent) - 439
- Jason Gonzales (33 percent) - 272
- Grasiela Rodriguez (9 percent) - 72
- Joe G. Barboza (4 percent) - 30
Democratic Cook County State's Attorney
- Anita Alvarez (52 percent) - 3,296
- Kim Foxx (31 percent) - 1,961
- Donna More (17 percent) - 1,043
Democratic, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Cook County
- Dorothy Brown (42 percent) - 9,948
- Michelle Harris (30 percent) - 7,205
- Jacob Meister (26 percent) - 6,233
In Burbank, voters were asked if Burbank School District 111 should be allowed to issue $27 million in bonds to rebuild Luther Burbank School. The referendum passed with 57 percent voting yes compared to 43 percent voting no, or 3,661 to 2,726.
Burbank voters were also asked if Reavis High School District 220 should be allowed to increase the education tax rate 2.972 percent. The referendum passed with 55 percent voting yes compared to 45 percent voting no, or 3,805 to 3,174.
All Stickney Township election results are from Cook County Clerk David Orr’s office. Results are unofficial pending certification from the election authorities.
To view suburban Cook County’s complete primary election results, visit the Cook County Clerk’s website.
Chicago’s primary election results can be viewed on the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners’ website.
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