2013 Election Results: Find All Your Local Winners

Now that the polls have closed, follow our site for live results to learn who won and by how much in all your Naperville races. We'll be updating this post throughout the night as votes are tallied.

The results are in. The above list gives you the numbers and results for all your local races.

For more results and information: 

Naperville City Council

Naperville School District 203

At-Large Referendum 

Naperville Votes in Favor of At-Large Election System

Indian Prairie School District 204

Five Seats Filled on Indian Prairie School District 204 Board

Two incumbents and three newcomers won the five open seats on the Indian Prairie School District 204 board.

Jim Kadlec April 10, 2013 at 04:43 PM
The Patch included election results for only one of Naperville's townships. Please include the election results for Naperville's other townships.
Karl Fry April 10, 2013 at 07:39 PM
How about the Lisle Township offices? About 1/3 of Naperville is in Lisle Township. Now that I think about it, big chunks of Naperville are in DuPage and Wheatland Townships, too. Those are in Will County.
Jim Kadlec April 10, 2013 at 11:56 PM
The City of Naperville includes six township that Wikipedia describes as following: Naperville is located in six townships in two counties. In Dupage County, the Northwest portion is in Winfield Township, the Northeast portion is in Milton Township, the West central portion is in Naperville Township, and the East central portion is in Lisle Township. In Will County, the Southwest portion is in Wheatland Township, and the Southeast portion is in DuPage Township. The largest number of Naperville residents live in Lisle Township, followed by Naperville Township.
NaperDad April 13, 2013 at 03:28 PM
Ah, but those other townships aren't important.... Don't worry about how the rest of Naperville is governed. /end snark
NaperDad April 13, 2013 at 03:30 PM
Purely indicative of the At Large issue, the rest of Naperville doesn't matter.


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