As the headline implies, here are links to the most important information surrounding the primary election, from candidate profiles to the results themselves.
• Sample ballots are available on the Kendall County Clerk's website here.
• Similarly, the Kendall County Clerk's website has information that can help you figure out if your are registered to vote and where your polling location is.
97th State House District
Incumbent Tom Cross, whose new district following redistricting is the 97th, was uncontested in the Republican primary.
50th State House District
Kay Hatcher is an incumbent Republican who is running unopposed. She will square off against Democrat Andrew Bernard in November, who is also running unopposed in the primary.
Kendall County Referenda
Shall the elected Office of Kendall County Auditor be eliminated effective Dec. 1, 2012?
Shall the Office of Recorder of Kendall County be eliminated effective Dec. 1, 2012, and the functions and duties of that office contine to be performed by the Kendall County Clerk?
Shall the County of Kendall impose an additional surcharge of up to $0.75 per mont per network connection to the existing $0.75 surcharge (total not to exceed $1.50 per month) which surcharge will be added to the monthly bill you receive for telephone or telecommunications charges, for the purpose of improving a 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System?
Click here for the results for the three Kendall County referenda.
Shall the United City of Yorkville have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?
This referendum passed with about 60 percent of the votes. Some 1,397 people voted for it, while 946 voted against it.