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Vote totals: Hancock County Democratic primary

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Hancock County Democratic Primary

Governor and Lt. Governor
(One nominated)
Tio Hardiman and Brunell Donald, 1242
Pat Quinn and Paul Vallas, 1267

State Representative-18th District
(One nominated)
Rob Mellon, 178
Darrel Miller, 115

Nauvoo-Colusa Community Unit School District No. 325
Shall the maximum annual tax rate for education purposes of the school district be increased and established at 2.55 percent upon all the taxable property of the school district at the value, equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue, instead of 2.00 percent, the present maximum rate otherwise applicable to the next taxes to be extended for said purposes?
Yes 532
No 131
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