Iroquois County, Illinois

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Iroquois County is within the Twenty-First Judicial Circuit.

The people of Iroquois County are served by a Circuit Court.

The United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois has jurisdiction in Iroquois County. Appeals from the Central District go to the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

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2014

Illinois Third District Appellate Court

Retention
JudgeElection Vote
HoldridgeWilliam Holdridge 78.9% ApprovedA
O'BrienMary O'BrienApprovedA79.3% ApprovedA

Illinois Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court

Retention
JudgeElection Vote
MarsagliaRobert C. Marsaglia 80.0% ApprovedA
HettelJoseph P. Hettel 77.7% ApprovedA
DaugherityEugene P. Daugherity 80.5% ApprovedA
See also: Illinois judicial elections, 2014

2012

For statewide judicial election information, see: Illinois judicial elections, 2012.

Twenty-First Circuit Court

CandidateIncumbencyPartyPredecessorPrimary VoteElection Vote
WenzelmanKendall O. Wenzelman   ApprovedAYesExpression error: Unexpected > operator.   ApprovedA

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