Tuesday, Nov. 3, marks the final day of voting in the 2020 general election. Illinois voters are choosing a candidate for president, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and the Illinois Legislature. Local races in the Chicago area include Cook County State’s Attorney, the Illinois Supreme Court, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Board of Commissioners and the Cook County Board of Review.
Polls close in Illinois at 7 p.m. local time. Precincts will begin counting ballots and reporting results after the polls close.
The results below are from the Associated Press and the Cook County Clerk's office.
Projected winners will be noted with a checkmark . Results will auto-refresh every 30 seconds, and some races may have more recently updated results than others. If you have issues seeing results updating, please refresh the page.
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The vote requirement for constitutional amendments is either 60 percent of votes cast on the ballot measure or a simple majority of all of those voting in the election.