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How the Western Suburbs Voted for President

The race is far from being decided, but the voters here in the ‘burbs have made their voices heard.

As predicted, Illinois’ 20 electoral votes went to Joe Biden, but how did DuPage, DeKalb, Kane, Kendall, and Will Counties vote? Well, all of our counties are blue, but there are still votes to be counted!

DuPage: It appears Joe Biden is the clear favorite. The former VP won by a county of 57% to 40% with all precincts reporting.

DeKalb: DeKalb County also went to Joe Biden, but by a slimmer margin than DuPage: 51% top 46% with over 98% of votes counted.

Kane: With all precincts reporting, Kane County residents voted for Joe Biden over Donald Trump by a count of 55% to 41%.

Kendall: Biden and Harris also took Kendall County by a count of 51%- to 47% with all precincts reporting.

Will: Will County voters also cast more blue ballots than red, voting 53% to 45% for Biden with over 98% of votes counted.

Further sound and west is where colors shift from blue to red! Grundy and Kankakee Counties both voted for Donald Trump at roughly a 60-40 clip.

Obviously, Cook County was the most favorable to Joe Biden, giving him over 72% of votes cast so far.

Pike County, in the far southwest part of Illinois bordering Missouri, is the deepest shade of red. Over 91% of the votes cast there were for Donald Trump.

The NYT has a great website to dig into the numbers and see how each county voted for all the races!

Illinois Election Results

Amendment: Allow Graduated Income Tax The amendment must be approved by three-fifths of those voting on the measure or a majority of those voting in the election. Yes 45% No 55% 4,981,876 votes reported Seat Seat 1 – Neville Vacancy 1 – Simon Vacancy


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