SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Thousands will head to Illinois polls for the June 28 election, and mail-in voting is also open ahead of the election. Candidates who pick up the most votes will appear as their party’s nominee on Nov. 8 ballots for the general election.

Voters will select Republican and Democratic nominees for statewide offices, including the governor, attorney general, and secretary of state. Ballots will also feature candidates for both parties for U.S. Senate, Congress and state Legislature seats.

FOX 2 will be updating results throughout the election night as results return. For now, Check out some of the top races and how to get involved with voting in our latest guide.

U.S. SENATE

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GOVERNOR

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ATTORNEY GENERAL

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SECRETARY OF STATE

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TREASURER

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COMPTROLLER

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ILLINOIS CONGRESS AND ILLINOIS STATE HOUSE


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Democrat (Congress 13th District) :

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Democrat (Congress 15th District):

  • Paul J. Lange  (No Website)

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HOW TO VOTE

For voting information, check with your county clerk. 

For information on how to vote by mail in Illinois, click here.