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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