Here are the latest results for today’s Evanston elections.

Evanston/Skokie School District 65
Five candidates competing for three four-year terms on the board.

Precincts Counted: 59 of 82 (71.95%)
Candidates Votes %
Bonnie Lockhart 3,069 24.79%
Andrew Pigozzi 2,125 17.17%
Katie Bailey 3,470 28.03%
Keith D. Terry 3,150 25.45%
Adrian A. Dortch 564 4.56%
CandidatesVotes%Bonnie Lockhart3,06924.79%Andrew Pigozzi2,12517.17%Katie Bailey3,47028.03%Keith D. Terry3,15025.45%Adrian A. Dortch5644.56%
Bonnie Lockhart3,06924.79%
Andrew Pigozzi2,12517.17%
Katie Bailey3,47028.03%
Keith D. Terry3,15025.45%
Adrian A. Dortch5644.56%

Evanston Township High School District 202
Seven candidates competing for three four-year terms on the board.

Precincts Counted: 59 of 82 (71.95%)
Candidates Votes %
Boris Furman 1,675 15.10%
Adrian A. Dortch 707 6.37%
Jane Colleton 2,076 18.71%
Omar R. Khuri 2,496 22.49%
William Wideman 917 8.26%
Mary Wilkerson 2,507 22.59%
Jacob Novar 718 6.47%
CandidatesVotes%Boris Furman1,67515.10%Adrian A. Dortch7076.37%Jane Colleton2,07618.71%Omar R. Khuri2,49622.49%William Wideman9178.26%Mary Wilkerson2,50722.59%Jacob Novar7186.47%
Boris Furman1,67515.10%
Adrian A. Dortch7076.37%
Jane Colleton2,07618.71%
Omar R. Khuri2,49622.49%
William Wideman9178.26%
Mary Wilkerson2,50722.59%
Jacob Novar7186.47%

Oakton Community College District 535
Four candidates competing for three six-year terms on the board.

Precincts Counted: 358 of 476 (75.21%)
Candidates Votes %
Ann Elizabeth Tennes 16,748 29.96%
Michael Collins 15,163 27.12%
Reyes M. Gonzalez 10,179 18.21%
George G. Alexopoulos 13,811 24.71%
CandidatesVotes%Ann Elizabeth Tennes16,74829.96%Michael Collins15,16327.12%Reyes M. Gonzalez10,17918.21%George G. Alexopoulos13,81124.71%
Ann Elizabeth Tennes16,74829.96%
Michael Collins15,16327.12%
Reyes M. Gonzalez10,17918.21%
George G. Alexopoulos13,81124.71%


Shall the City of Evanston municipal government rehabilitate and continue to reside in the Civic Center located at 2100 Ridge?

Precincts Counted: 53 of 70 (75.71%)
Candidates Votes %
YES 3,740 82.43%
NO 797 17.57%

Shall the City of Evanston fund the rehabilitation of the Evanston Civic Center, located at 2100 Ridge Avenue, by the issuance of not less than thirty one million dollars ($31,000,000) in General Obligation bonds?

Precincts Counted: 53 of 70 (75.71%)
Candidates Votes %
YES 1,571 48.53%
NO 1,666 51.47%

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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  1. City council members need to stop misleading the public!
    To have put a question on the ballot that was in error shows a complete lack of intregity on the part of the city council. Those on the council with any intregity should have completely removed themselves from this issue. It is clear the majority of citizens want to stay in the Civic Center – what is more interesting many said go ahead and spent $31 million dollars even though that amount is not necessary to spend! This reminds we of how they played politics with our elm trees and screwed that up – injecting half the elms for almost the same price it would have costed to inject all the elms!

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