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Ming-Mendoza re-elected as Madison County Clerk

Why local voters turned out for election

People who cast ballots at Signal Hill School in West Belleville talk about what motivated them to vote in the midterm election. Many feel voting is a right, privilege or duty. Others want change for America.
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People who cast ballots at Signal Hill School in West Belleville talk about what motivated them to vote in the midterm election. Many feel voting is a right, privilege or duty. Others want change for America.

Incumbent Democrat Debbie Ming-Mendoza defeated Republican Stephen J. Adler Tuesday night to win re-election as the Madison County Clerk as county Republicans retained control of the County Board.

With 225 of 225 precincts reporting, Ming-Mendoza defeated Adler 54,606 to 48,154, respectively while 10 Republicans won contested seats to hold control of the County Board with a slim, one-member margin.

Democrat Chris Miller also was defeated by incumbent Republican Chris Slusser for the County treasurer seat.

Incumbent Chris Hankins defeated Independent Susan Presswood in the race for the Madison County District 16 seat. Hankins recently was nominated to the seat after the unexpected death of Democratic candidate Helen Hawkins.

Here are the latest unofficial election results from Madison County.

Madison County Clerk

Stephen J. Adler (R-Alton): 48,154

Debbie Ming-Mendoza *(D-Granite City): 54,606

(225 of 225 precincts reporting)

Madison County Treasurer

Chris Slusser * (R-Wood River): 54,672

Christopher L. Miller (D-Alton): 45,579

(225 of 225 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 1

Judy Kuhn (R-Trenton): Uncontested

Madison County Board District 5

Mick Madison * (R-Bethalto): 2,718

Jessica Ellison Thomas (D-Alton): 1,908

(9 of 9 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 6

Raymond E. Wesley * (R-Alton): 2,229

Dustin Hodson (D-Godfrey): 1,489

(8 of 8 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 7

Michael J. Walters (R-Alton): Uncontested

Madison County Board District 9

James “Jim” Dodd (D-Alton): Uncontested

Madison County Board District 10

Joshua Young (G-Alton): 225

Tim Smith (R-Alton): 944

Bruce A. Malone * (D-Alton): 1,697

(8 of 8 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 11

Dalton Gray * (R-Troy): 2,601

Frederick G. Faust (D-Edwardsville): 1,501

(6 of 6 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 12

Robert Pollard (D-Alton:) Uncontested

Madison County Board District 13

James D. Futrell * (R-Alton): 1,591

Matthew A. King (D-Alton): 1,657

(9 of 9 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 14

Tom McRae * (R-Bethalto): 2,065

Timothy C. Tweedy (D-Bethalto): 1,447

(6 of 6 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 15

Chrissy Dutton * (R-Bethalto): 1,506

Michael E. Sabolo, Jr. (D-Wood River): 1,456

(8 of 8 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 16

Chris Hankins (D-Pontoon Beach): 1,541

Susan L. Presswood (I-Granite City): 1,005

(8 of 8 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 21

John “Eric” Foster (R-Granite City): 1,592

Arthur Asadorian * (D-Granite City): 1,402

(7 of 7 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 23

Gussie Glasper (D-Madison): Uncontested

Madison County Board District 24

Jamie Goggin (R-Edwardsville): Uncontested

Madison County Board District 25

Chris Guy (R-Maryville): 2,615

Michael Bartsch (D-Maryville): 2,074

(8 of 8 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 27

Clint Jones * (R-Maryville): 2,208

M. Joe Semanisin (D-Maryville): 1,833

(8 of 8 precincts reporting)

Madison County Board District 28

Nancy Moss (R-Collinsville): 1,388

Elizabeth “Liz” Dalton * (D-Collinsville): 1,757

(7 of 7 precincts reporting)

* Incumbent

Kavahn Mansouri: 618-239-2507, @KavahnMansouri
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