Elections 2014

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GENERAL VOTER INFORMATION

Click HERE to find the following voter information:

    • District/Officials Search
    • Am I Registered to Vote in Illinois?
    • Election Schedule and Registration Deadlines
    • How do I Register to Vote?
    • Where do I Vote?
    • Absentee Voting
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    • When Can I Vote?
    • Who is Running for Office?
    • Illinois Voters Guide
    • Provisional Ballot Search
    • Polling Places

Find your local (county) election authority HERE.  In most cases, you can print out a sample ballot before you go to the polling place.  By seeing your ballot beforehand, you will know about any local ballot initiatives and judicial candidates etc.  Be informed!

CANDIDATE INFORMATION/SCORECARDS

Visit the following sites to learn more about Illinois Candidates:

  • Illinois State Board of Elections Candidate Guide HERE
  • Political Events Janitor HERE
  • Illinois Review interviews/questionnaires (see resources section on top right) HERE
  • Champion News Candidate Central HERE
  • Renaissance PAC Endorsements HERE
  • Chicago Tribune Endorsements HERE
  • Illinois Judges HERE
  • McHenry County Blog HERE
  • Heritage Alliance HERE
  • Americans for Prosperity Congressional Scorecard HERE
  • Freedomworks Congressional Scorecard HERE
  • Heritage Action Congressional Scorecard HERE
  • Club for Growth Congressional Scorecard HERE
  • Politics1.com HERE
  • Ballotpedia.org HERE
  • Illinois Family Institute Voter Guide HERE
  • Vote411.org (League of Women Voters) HERE

EVENT CALENDARS

Visit the following websites to find political events:

  • Illinois Tea Party calendar HERE
  • Political Events Janitor calendar HERE
  • Illinois Review events calendar HERE

12 Responses to Elections 2014

  1. Murray says:

    Why isn’t Congressman Rodney Davis not mentioned in Congressional 13th District?

  2. web staff says:

    Rodney Davis isn’t listed because he runs from the TEA Party. He doesn’t hold town halls to answer questions. His voting record isn’t terrible, but citizens deserve access to their elected officials. Erika Harold is willing to talk anytime and she exudes conservative values.

  3. Jeff Gibbs says:

    Who does Illinois Tea Party endorse for Governor?

    • Greg dierker says:

      This is a great question. Hear rumors that Ruaner is supported by same people that support Rahm Emanuel??? Is he wolf in sheeps clothing?

  4. Kimo says:

    Rauner is a Rhino (yes that means a wolf in sheep’s clothing). Do a google search and you can find info on all the candidates. According to Illinois Family Institute, Rauner gave abysmal answers as far as I am concerned on all of the questions. Brady and Dillard answered them correctly, again in my opinion. However, doing a google search on them I found that Oberweis thinks that Obama is doing a great job on foreign affairs (I find that appalling). Truax thinks that under Obama our foreign has been a complete failure. Both think that Obamacare needs to be repealed however, Oberweis thinks it needs to be replaced with yet another government program. I’m voting for Truax. Finally, the Illinois Tea Party endorses Grogan for Treasurer. All this can be found by searching the internet. Hope this helps.

  5. Ron Jaeger says:

    Regarding our discernment for a Governor: with Dillard’s support for Obama (http://blogs.chicagotribune.com/news_columnists_ezorn/2010/01/shame-on-kirk-dillard-for-showing-even-a-hint-of-bipartisanship.html) and Rauner’s lack of statements of what he is for or will do, is Brady our only choice remaining??? Rutherford has denounced the allegations against him and there does not seem to be much support for him nor does he have a platform for leading Illinois out of the state of despotism status.

  6. R. Endsley Price Jr. says:

    Where can one who lives in Huntley find a list if Tea Party endorsed candidates?

  7. Please send me a list of the Illinois TEA Party endorsements — tfrc@aol.com.
    Thanks.

    • iteap says:

      There is not a list of TEA party endorsements because local TEA parties are independent. Some are non-profits and are prohibited from endorsing individual candidates. For more information about candidates in your area, refer to a local group. Thanks.

      • Brian says:

        I’m confused. If this is not a list of endorsements… why did staff say this, “Rodney Davis isn’t listed because he runs from the TEA Party. He doesn’t hold town halls to answer questions. His voting record isn’t terrible, but citizens deserve access to their elected officials. Erika Harold is willing to talk anytime and she exudes conservative values.”… is that not an endorsement of Harold?

  8. An Informed Voter says:

    Rep. Hultgren has not held a single town hall this year but instead has either sent his staff or has held topic specific events such as ending sex trafficking or his recent forum on healthcare where questions on topics other than healthcare would have been inappropriate. You mentioned that you are disappointed that Rodney Davis does not do public events so I am curious if you will make the same criticism of Mr. Hultgren?

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