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The Illinois judicial elections of 2010 consisted of a Primary Election on February 2, 2010 and a General Election on November 2, 2010. Illinois judges are initially chosen in partisan elections. To serve additional terms, judges run in nonpartisan uncontested retention elections.

Overview

Four Illinois Supreme Court justices were up for retention, six Appellate Court seats, and 63 Circuit Court seats were be vacant and up for election in 2010. Judges who ran for retention in the appellate and circuit court have not yet been announced.[1]

Supreme court

There are three Illinois Supreme Court justices were up for retention in 2010.

Judge up for retention Court Details Results
Thomas R. Fitzgerald Previous Chief Justice Nov. 2 General Election, appeared on the 2010 ballot, but stepped down from office due to health reasons. Retained with 78.24 of the vote[2]
Charles Freeman First District Nov. 2 General Election Retained with 78.31% of the vote[2]
Robert Thomas Second District Nov. 2 General Election Retained with 81.01% of the vote[2]
Thomas Kilbride Third District Nov. 2 General Election Retained with 65.88% of the vote[2]
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Appellate court

There were five contested seats and one uncontested seat on the Illinois Appellate Court.[2][3]

Court Candidates Details Results
First District, McNulty (D): James Epstein, Ellen L. Flannigan, Arnette R. Hubbard, Jim Ryan and Kathleen G. Kennedy Jill K. McNulty left office. (D) James Epstein was retained with 100% of the vote.
First District, O'Malley (D): Frank Edward Gardner, Pamela E. Hill-Veal, Thomas L. Hogan, Aurelia Marie Pucinski, and Don R. Sampen Denise M. O'Malley left office. (D) Aurelia Marie Pucinski was retained with 100% of the vote.
First District, South (D): William D. O'Neal, Sebastian T. Patti, Mary Katherine Rochford, Kevin Rogers and Anthony Lynn Burrell Leslie Elaine South left office. (D) Mary Katherine Rochford was retained with 100% of the vote.
Second District, Callum (R): Ann B. Jorgensen and Kenneth Moy Thomas E. Callum left office. (R) Ann Jorgensen was retained with 100% of the vote.
Second District, Gilleran-Johnson (R): Mary S. Schostok and Donna Kathryn Kelly Barbara Gilleran-Johnson left office. (R) Mary Schostok was retained with 100% of the vote.
Fourth District (R): Thomas R. Appleton Robert W. Cook left office. (R): Thomas Appleton was retained with 100% of the vote.

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Circuit court

Court Candidates Details Results
Illinois Cook Judicial Circuit Court William H. Hooks, Deidre Baumann, and William Burnett Raines Richard Berland left office. William H. Hooks won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Cook Judicial Circuit Court Terry MacCarthy, Diann K. Marsalek, Sharon Finegan Patterson, and Thomas William Flannigan Philip L. Bronstein left office. Terry MacCarthy won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Cook Judicial Circuit Court Susan Kennedy Sullivan, Linda J. Pauel, Kevin J. Murphy, and Ubi O'Neal Francis Dolan left office. Susan Kennedy Sullivan won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Cook Judicial Circuit Court Raymond W. Mitchell, Bonnie Carol McGrath, and Carl B. Boyd Marsha Hayes left office. Raymond W. Mitchell won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Cook Judicial Circuit Court John Patrick Callahan, Jr. and Joanne F. Fehn Daniel P. Kelley left office. John Patrick Callahan, Jr. won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Cook Judicial Circuit Court (D): Daniel J. Gallagher, (R): Maureen Masterson Pulia, and Michaela Nolan Ryan Daniel J. Gallagher and Maureen Masterson Pulia competed in the general election.[4] Carol Pearce-McCarthy left office. Daniel J. Gallagher won with 69.93% of the vote.[2][5]
Illinois Cook Judicial Circuit Court Thomas V. Lyons James O'Malley left office. Thomas V. Lyons won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Cook Judicial Circuit Court Sandra G. Ramos, Russell William Hartigan, James Michael Bailey, John Patrick Nyhan, Edmund Paul Michalowski, Marvin W. Gray, and Tracey J. Stokes Ronald Riley left office. Sandra G. Ramos won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Third Judicial Circuit Court William A. Mudge Daniel J. Stack left office. William A. Mudge won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Fourth Judicial Circuit Court Stephen Friedel, Stewart Freeman, Michelle Coady, and Douglas L. Jarman (D): Michelle Coady and (R): Douglas L. Jarman competed in the general election. John P. Coady left office.[6] Douglas L. Jarman won with 62.32% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Fourth Judicial Circuit Court Mike McHaney Kathleen P. Moran left office. Mike McHaney won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Fourth Judicial Circuit Court (D): Dennis Middendorff, (R): Doug Gruenke Patrick J. Hitpas left office. Dennis Middendorff won with 63.83% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Fourth Judicial Circuit Court Matthew Scott Wilzbach, Mike E. Reed, Keith Kessler, Eddie Veltman, and Mark W. Stedelin Mark W. Stedelin and Eddie Veltman competed in the general election.[8] David Sauer left office. Mark W. Stedelin won with 52.8% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Fifth Judicial Circuit Court (R): Matt Sullivan, Eric James Neumann, Frank R. Young, and Brian L. Bower Richard E. Scott was only appointed through 12/10. (R) Matt Sullivan ran unopposed in the general election and was elected with 100% of the vote.[2][9][10]
Illinois Sixth Judicial Circuit Court Garry W. Bryan Stephen H. Peters left office. Garry W. Bryan won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Sixth Judicial Circuit Court Lisa Holder White John K. Greanias left office. Lisa Holder White won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Seventh Judicial Circuit Court Peter C. Cavanagh Robert J. Eggers left office. Peter C. Cavanagh won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Eighth Judicial Circuit Court Christopher G. Scholz, Talmadge G. Brenner, Edward K. Downey, and Robert Adrian (D): Christopher G. Scholz and (R): Robert Adrian competed in the general election.[11] Mark A. Schuering left office. Robert Adrian won with 56.65% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Eighth Judicial Circuit Court Alan Tucker Thomas L. Brownfield left office. Alan Tucker won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Ninth Judicial Circuit Court James H. Harrell, Steven R. Bordner, and Pamela S. Frakes Wilcox (D): James H. Harrell and (R): Steven R. Bordner competed in the general election.[12] Stephen C. Mathers left office. Steven R. Bordner won with 58.48% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Ninth Judicial Circuit Court Patricia A. Walton and William E. Poncin William D. Henderson left office. William E. Poncin won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Tenth Judicial Circuit Court Michael D. Risinger, Kate Gorman, and Verne E. Dentino John A. Barra left office. Michael D. Risinger won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Tenth Judicial Circuit Court (D): Christopher J. Spanos (R): John P. Vespa[13] Joe R. Vespa left office. John P. Vespa won with 58.61% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court (D): Gary S. Mueller (R): Michael J. Powers Stephen D. White left office. Michael J. Powers won with 55.11% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court - 1st Subcircuit Phillip Spiwak, Robert P. Livas, and Katherine L. Maloney Edward P. Petka left office. Robert P. Livas won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court - 3rd Subcircuit (D): John C. Anderson (R): Ray Nash Additional Judgeship A John C. Anderson won with 50.47% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court - 4th Subcircuit (D): Carmen Goodman (R): Wayne M. Kwiat, Sr. Additional Judgeship A Carmen Goodman won with 53.29% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court - 5th Subcircuit Barbara N. Petrungaro Additional Judgeship A Barbara N. Petrungaro won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court - 5th Subcircuit Brian Barrett, Art Smigielski, Raymond E. Rossi, and Judy DeVriendt (R): Raymond E. Rossi and (D): Brian Barrett competed in the general election. [14] Additional Judgeship B Raymond E. Rossi won with 65.11% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court (D): Lance R. Peterson (R): Richard Black Additional Judgeship A (Resident-Grundy) Lance R. Peterson won with 52.05% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Court Frank R. Fuhr Joseph F. Beatty left office. Frank R. Fuhr won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Court Clarence Darrow, Trish Joyce, and Maritia Quinn Griffith Larry S. Vandersnick left office. Clarence Darrow won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court (R): Fred M. Morelli and Kevin T. Busch Robert Peter Grometer left office. (R) Kevin T. Busch won with 100% of the vote.[2][15]
Illinois Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court T. Jordan Gallagher, Richard D. Larson, and Thomas L. Doherty (R): Thomas L. Doherty and (D): T. Jordan Gallagher competed in the general election.[16] Additional Judgeship A (Resident-DeKalb) Thomas L. Doherty won with 54.33% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court (D): John G. Dalton and Michael C. Funkey (R): Thomas Patrick Rice, Robert Janes, D.J. Tegeler, Leonard Wojtecki and David R. Akemann (D): John G. Dalton and (R): David R. Akemann competed in the general election.[15] Additional Judgeship A (Resident-Kane) David R. Akemann won with 61.41% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court Timothy J. McCann Grant S. Wegner left office. Timothy J. McCann won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court Michael W. Reidy, Robert P. Pilmer and Theodore W. Lagerwall Additional Judgeship A (Resident-Kendall) Robert P. Pilmer won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court Karen Simpson Additional Judgeship A (3rd Subcircuit) (R) Karen Simpson won with 100% of the vote.[2][15]
Illinois Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court Susan Clancy Boles Additional Judgeship A (4th Subcircuit) (R) Susan Clancy Boles won with 100% of the vote.[2][15]
Illinois Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Court (R): Ronald A. Wait, James P. Hursh, and David A. Englund (R): James P. Hursh and (I): Rob Tobin competed in the general election.[17] Additional Judgeship A (Resident-Boone) Rob Tobin won with 53.15% of the vote.[2][7]
Illinois Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court Daniel P. Guerin Robert E. Byrne left office. Daniel P. Guerin won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court Dorothy F. French Ann Jorgensen left office. Dorothy F. French won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court Ron Sutter and Brian R. McKillip Robert K. Kilander left office. Ron Sutter won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Nineteenth Judicial Circuit Court - 4th Subcircuit Mark L. Levitt, Christopher M. Kennedy, Jeremy Cowen Schwartz, Dwayne Douglas, and Wallace B. Dunn Mark L. Levitt and Wallace B. Dunn competed in the general election.[18] Additional Judgeship A Mark L. Levitt won with 50.77% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Nineteenth Judicial Circuit Court - 5th Subcircuit Timothy M. Howe, Diane E. Winter[18] Additional Judgeship A Diane E. Winter won with 65.49% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Nineteenth Judicial Circuit Court - 6th Subcircuit Michael J. Perillo, Jr., Edward C. Abderholden, and Jorge L. Ortiz Michael J. Perillo, Jr. and Jorge L. Ortiz competed in the general election.[18] Additional Judgeship A Jorge L. Ortiz won with 59.44% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Twentieth Judicial Circuit Court Robert B. Haida Patrick M. Young left office. Robert B. Haida won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Twentieth Judicial Circuit Court Richard A. Brown William A. Schuwerk, Jr. left office. Richard A. Brown won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Twentieth Judicial Circuit Court Michael N. Cook Annette A. Eckert left office. Michael N. Cook won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Illinois Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit Court (R): Gordon E. Graham (I): Sally Wiggins[19] Additional Judgeship A (Resident-McHenry) Gordon E. Graham won with 64.71% of the vote.[2]
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Cook County Subcircuits

Court Candidates Details Results
Cook County 1st Subcircuit Thaddeus L. Wilson and Linnae Bryant Sharon Johnson Coleman left office. Thaddeus L. Wilson won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 1st Subcircuit Sharon Oden-Johnson, Michelle Hugghis Flagg, Jesse Outlaw, Joseph Chico, and Theodore London John O. Steele left office. Sharon Oden-Johnson won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 1st Subcircuit Bonita Coleman-John Additional Judgeship A Bonita Coleman-John won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 3rd Subcircuit Allen F. Murphy, Peter M. Kramer, Thomas G. O'Brien, Steven G. Watkins, Charles Francis Fitzgerald, and Daniela Silaides Thomas F. Carmody, Jr. left office. Allen F. Murphy won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 3rd Subcircuit Edward Harmening, James Patrick Doran, Thomas J. Murphy, and David J. Coleman Daniel P. Darcy left office. Edward Harmening won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 3rd Subcircuit Daniel Malone, Ronald Joseph Hurley, Mary McNamara, Bernadette McNicholas, and Pamela Cotten Additional Judgeship A Daniel Malone won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 4th Subcircuit Dwayne Douglas, Christopher Kennedy, Mark L. Levitt and Jeremy Schwartz Mark L. Levitt won with 50.77% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 5th Subcircuit Peter Curielli and Diane Winter Diane Winter won with 65.49% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 6th Subcircuit Edward Abderholden, Jorge L. Ortiz and Michael Perillo Jorge L. Ortiz won with 59.44% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 9th Subcircuit Yehuda Lebovits, Abbey Fishman Romanek, Geary W. Kull, and Dennis Michael Fleming Sandra R. Otaka left office. Geary W. Kull won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 9th Subcircuit (D): Steven Bernstein, Michael Ian Bender, Jeffrey Dov Greenspan, William Joseph Luby, Scott Bagnall, and Mary S. Trew Additional Judgeship A (D) Steven Bernstein won with 100% of the vote.[2][20]
Cook County 11th Subcircuit Steven J. Fruth, Martiza Martinez, Ann Finley Collins, Pamela McLean Meyerson, John Michael Lagattuta, Pamela M. Leeming, Thomas David Bilyk, Lisa A. Marino, Euegene Joseph Berkes, Kim R. Kardas, John W. Chwarzynski, and Radusa Ostojic, Roger Zamparo[21] (D): Ann Finley Collins ran unopposed in the general election. Barbara Riley left office. Ann Finley Collins won with 100% of the vote.[2][5]
Cook County 14th Subcircuit (D): Daniel James Pierce (I): Keith E. Thiel Additional Judgeship A Daniel James Pierce won with 100% of the vote.[2][5]
Cook County 15th Subcircuit Linzey D. Jones, Frank James Ryan, Pat Flanagan, Nicholas W. Karas, Richard G. Karwaczka, Karla Marie Fiaoni, Michael Brendan Barrett, Joan Marie G. Kubalanza Marcella C. Lipinski left office. Linzey D. Jones won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 15th Subcircuit George F. Scully, Mary Therese Quinn, Michael T. Huguelet, and Peter A. Fera Thomas P. Panichi left office. George F. Scully won with 100% of the vote.[2]
Cook County 15th Subcircuit John C. Griffin, Carl Evans, Jr., Nichole C. Patton, Thomas Somer, and Mary Beth Kent Duffy William M. Phelan left office. John C. Griffin won with 100% of the vote.[2]

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Retention elections

The following judges sought retention to their positions. They ran in uncontested elections on November 2nd.

Results posted are UNOFFICIAL until certified.[23]

Court Candidates Results
First District Joseph Gordon Retained with 78.79% of the vote.[2]
First District Shelvin Louise Marie Hall Retained with 76.79% of the vote.[2]
Second District John Bowman Retained with 79.13% of the vote.[2]
Third District Mary McDade Retained with 73.08% of the vote.[2]
Fifth District Thomas Welch Retained with 68.89% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Susan McDunn Retained with 63.93% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Sophia Hall Retained with 80.07% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Irwin Solganick Retained with 72.35% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Alexander White Retained with 77.67% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Donald J. O'Brien, Jr. Retained with 76.76% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Vincent Gaughan Retained with 75.29% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit William Maddux Retained with 75.6% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Robert Bertucci Retained with 75.69% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Richard J. Billik, Jr. Retained with 74.78% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Jennifer Duncan-Brice Retained with 78.07% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Thomas Michael Davy Retained with 75.85% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit David Delgado Retained with 75.64% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Deborah Dooling Retained with 77.24% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Timothy C. Evans Retained with 78.58% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Allen S. Goldberg Retained with 75.01% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Susan Ruscitti-Grussel Retained with 75.8% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Cheyrl Ingram Retained with 78.59% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Raymond L. Jagielski Retained with 73.74% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Dorothy F. Jones Retained with 64.17% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Daniel E. Jordan Retained with 77.32% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Carol A. Kelly Retained with 80.16% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Bertina E. Lampkin Retained with 76.32% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Jeffrey Lawrence Retained with 73.2% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit William Maki Retained with 74.52% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit William D. O'Neal Retained with 66.49% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Robert Quinn Retained with 76.24% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Leida J. Gonzalez Santiago Retained with 75.21% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Daniel Sullivan Retained with 77.66% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Sharon Sullivan Retained with 78.61% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Susan Frances Zwick Retained with 75.84% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit James P. McCarthy Retained with 77.26% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Paul Biebel Retained with 74.57% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Nancy Arnold Retained with 77.57% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Arnette Hubbard Retained with 76.53% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Thomas L. Hogan Retained with 76.89% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Nicholas Ford Retained with 76.01% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Charles Patrick Burns Retained with 76.87% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Thomas P. Fecarotta, Jr. Retained with 74.52% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Denise Kathleen Filan Retained with 77.31% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit LaQuietta J. Hardy-Campbell Retained with 75.31% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Nathaniel Howse Retained with 75.18% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit John Kirby Retained with 76.82% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Diane Larsen Retained with 78.07% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Daniel Lynch Retained with 76.02% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Kathleen Mary Pantle Retained with 76.67% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Kevin Sheehan Retained with 76.51% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Paul Stralka Retained with 74.63% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit John D. Turner, Jr. Retained with 75.45% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit LeRoy K. Martin, Jr. Retained with 75.93% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Paula Marie Daleo Retained with 76.64% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Laurence Dunford Retained with 72.78% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Robert Balanoff Retained with 74.5% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Jeanne R. Cleveland Bernstein Retained with 75.22% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Kathleen Marie Burke Retained with 78.49% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Kay Marie Hanlon Retained with 77.82% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Michelle Jordan Retained with 79.06% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Thomas J. Kelley Retained with 78.06% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit William J. Kunkle Retained with 74.26% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Clare Elizabeth McWilliams Retained with 77.94% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Mary Lane Mikva Retained with 76.97% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Patrick Murphy Retained with 75.59% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Timothy Murphy Retained with 77.25% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Sheryl Ann Pethers Retained with 76.6% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Jim Ryan Retained with 63.5% of the vote.[2]
Cook Circuit Edward Washington, II Retained with 75.98% of the vote.[2]
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See also

External links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 IllinoisJudges.net
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  3. Chicago Sun-Times Election Results
  4. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for the McCarthy Circuit Court Vacancy
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Cook County Elections, Unofficial General Election Results
  6. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for 4th Circuit Vacancy
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 Illinois State Bar Association, "Tuesday's judicial results for all circuit outside of Cook," November 2010
  8. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for the 4th Circuit Vacancy
  9. Commercial-News "Sullivan wins judge’s race," February 3, 2010
  10. Journal Gazette Times Courier "Sullivan holds on to win 5th Judicial Circuit seat," February 3, 2010 (dead link)
  11. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for the 8th Circuit Vacancy
  12. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for the 9th Circuit Vacancy
  13. Journal Star, "10th Judicial candidates aim to be firm, fair," October 11, 2010
  14. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for 12th Circuit, 5th Subcircuit Vacancy
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 The Chronicle "Akemann to take on Dalton in Kane judge election," February 3, 2010
  16. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for 16th Circuit Vacancy
  17. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for the 17th Circuit Vacancy
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Lake County News-Sun, "Campaign 2010: Six seek circuit judge posts," October 25, 2010
  19. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for the 22nd Circuit Vacancy
  20. The Daily Northwestern "Bernstein to be lone candidate for judgeship," February 3, 2010 (dead link)
  21. Illinois State Board of Elections, Candidates for the 11th Subcircuit
  22. Illinois Judges.net
  23. November 2nd-Cook County Judicial Election Results
  24. 2010 Appellate Retention Election Candidates
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