Results of ballot questions

Results of ballot questions


State of Illinois

Proposed addition of Section 5.1 to Article XIII of the Illinois Constitution, requiring three-fifths majority to increase a benefit under any public pension or retirement system?

92 percent precincts reporting (Measure needed 60 percent approval by those voting on it, or approval by half of all ballots cast in the state.)

Yes 2,186,034

No 1,730,799

Electric aggregation

Champaign County

Yes 38,601

No 22,135

Village of Ogden

Yes 185

No 165

Village of Savoy

Yes 2,000

No 729

Village of Mahomet

Yes 1,478

No 894

Village of St. Joseph

Yes 1,048

No 615

Coles County

Yes 3,261

No 2,059

City of Oakland

Yes 252

No 130

Vermilion County

Yes NA


City of Paris

Yes 1,665

No 1,343

City of Paxton

Yes 869

No 744

City of Arcola

Yes 557

No 302

City of Tuscola

Yes 1,314

No 680

Village of Arthur

Yes 461

No 187

Village of Camargo

Yes 146

No 67

Village of Cerro Gordo

Yes 375

No 216

Windsor Park Fire Protection District

Champaign County

Increase property tax limit?

Yes 221

No 58

Northern Piatt Fire Protection District

Champaign, DeWitt, McLean, Piatt

Elected trustees?

Yes 763

No 138

City of Champaign Township

Champaign County

Support constitutional amendment to Citizens United v. FEC?

(Non-binding question)

Yes 16,918

No 6,557

Cunningham Township

Champaign County

Support city ordinance for political speech on privately owned public space?

(Non-binding question)

Yes 8,334

No 2,884

Support constitutional amendment to Citizens United v. FEC?

(Non-binding question)

Yes 8,211

No 3,239

Village of Camargo

Douglas County

Prohibit liquor sales?

Yes 70

No 149

Vermilion County

Authorize sale of Vermilion Manor Nursing Home?

Yes 15,677

No 9,207

McLean County

Transfer duties of recorder's office to county clerk's office?

Yes NA


Bellflower Township

McLean County

Increase property tax rate for township road district?

Yes 91

No 184

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