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Vote totals: Pike County GOP primary

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Pike County Republican Primary

U.S. Senator
(One nominated)
James D. “Jim” Oberweis, 166
Douglas Lee Traux, 547

Governor- Lt. Governor
(One nominated)
Bill Brady and Maria Rodriguez, 166
Dan Rutherford and Steve Kim, 144
Kirk W. Dillard and Jil Tracy, 1,263
Bruce Rauner and Evelyn Sanguinetti, 475

Treasurer
(One nominated)
Tom Cross, 672
Bob Grogan, 904

County Board
Fred Bradshaw, 1445
Jim Sheppard, 1,508
Carrie L. Martin, 1,297

City of Griggsville
Shall the City of Griggsville, Pike County, Ill., have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?
Yes 106
No 62

Pike County
Shall a retailers’ occupation tax and a service occupation tax (commonly referred to as a “sales tax”) be imposed in The County of Pike, Ill., at a rate of 1 percent to be used exclusively for school facility purposes?
Yes 2,180
No 1,082
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