2010 Illinois House of Representatives election

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Illinois House of Representatives elections, 2010

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All 118 seats in the Illinois House of Representatives
60 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  Michael Madigan Cropped.png Tom Cross.jpg
Leader Michael Madigan Tom Cross
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat 22nd-Chicago 97th-Oswego
Last election 70 48
Seats won 64 54
Seat change Decrease 6 Increase 6
Popular vote 1,739,241 1,649,274
Percentage 50.62% 48.01%
Swing Decrease7.40% Increase7.41%

Speaker before election

Michael Madigan


Michael Madigan

The 2010 Elections for the Illinois House of Representatives was conducted on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. The 2010 primary election was conducted on Tuesday, February 2, 2010. State Representatives are elected for two-year terms, with the entire House of Representatives up for a vote every two years.


Illinois State House Elections, 2010
Party Votes Percentage Seats
Democratic 1,739,241 50.62% 70 64 -6
Republican 1,649,274 48.01% 48 54 +6
Green 31,974 0.93% 0 0 0
Independent 15,057 0.44% 0 0 0
Totals 3,435,546 100.00% 118 118

General election

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Democratic Susana Mendoza Democratic Susana Mendoza
2 Democratic Edward Acevedo Democratic Edward Acevedo
3 Democratic Luis Arroyo Democratic Luis Arroyo
4 Democratic Cynthia Soto Democratic Cynthia Soto
5 Democratic Kenneth Dunkin Democratic Kenneth Dunkin
6 Democratic Esther Golar Democratic Esther Golar
7 Democratic Karen Yarbrough Democratic Karen Yarbrough
8 Democratic LaShawn Ford Democratic LaShawn Ford
9 Democratic Arthur Turner Democratic Arthur Turner
10 Democratic Annazette Collins Democratic Annazette Collins
11 Democratic John Fritchey retired Democratic Ann M. Williams
Republican Scott Tucker
12 Democratic Sara Feigenholtz Democratic Sara Feigenholtz
Republican Dave Lenkowski
13 Democratic Greg Harris Democratic Greg Harris
14 Democratic Harry Osterman Democratic Harry Osterman
15 Democratic John D'Amico Democratic John D'Amico
16 Democratic Lou Lang Democratic Lou Lang
17 Republican Elizabeth Coulson retired Republican Hamilton Chang
Democratic Daniel Biss
18 Democratic Julie Hamos retired Democratic Robyn Gabel
19 Democratic Joseph M. Lyons Democratic Joseph M. Lyons
Republican David J. Anderson
20 Republican Michael P. McAuliffe Republican Michael P. McAuliffe
21 Democratic Michael J. Zalewski Democratic Michael J. Zalewski
22 Democratic Mike Madigan Democratic Mike Madigan
Republican Patrick John Ryan
23 Democratic Daniel J. Burke Democratic Daniel J. Burke
24 Democratic Elizabeth Hernandez Democratic Elizabeth Hernandez
25 Democratic Barbara Flynn Currie Democratic Barbara Flynn Currie
26 Democratic William D. Burns Democratic William D. Burns
Republican Sylvester 'Junebug' Hendricks
27 Democratic Monique D. Davis Democratic Monique D. Davis
28 Democratic Robert Rita Democratic Robert Rita
29 Democratic David E. Miller Running for State Comptroller Democratic Thaddeus Jones
Green Kenneth "Kenny" Williams
30 Democratic William Davis Democratic William Davis
31 Democratic Mary E. Flowers Democratic Mary E. Flowers
32 Democratic André Thapedi Democratic André Thapedi
33 Democratic Marlow H. Colvin Democratic Marlow H. Colvin
34 Democratic Constance A. Howard Democratic Constance A. Howard
35 Democratic Kevin Joyce Democratic Kevin Joyce
Republican Barbara Ruth Bellar
36 Democratic Michael J. Carberry Democratic Kelly M. Burke
Republican Richard L. Grabowski
37 Democratic Kevin A. McCarthy Democratic Kevin A. McCarthy
Republican Jeffrey L. Junkas
38 Democratic Al Riley Democratic Al Riley
39 Democratic Maria Antonia Berrios Democratic Maria Antonia Berrios
Green Jeremy Karpen
40 Democratic Deborah Mell Democratic Deborah Mell
41 Republican Bob Biggins retired Republican Chris Nybo
Democratic Brian J. Stephenson
42 Republican Sandra M. Pihos Republican Sandra M. Pihos
Democratic Kathryn F. Vlahos
43 Democratic Keith Farnham Democratic Keith Farnham
Republican Ruth Munson
44 Democratic Fred Crespo Democratic Fred Crespo
Republican Billie D. Roth
45 Republican Franco Coladipietro Republican Franco Coladipietro
Democratic Jim Hagerty
46 Republican Dennis Reboletti Republican Dennis Reboletti
Democratic Deborah O'Keefe Conroy
47 Republican Patricia R. Bellock Republican Patricia R. Bellock
Green Bob Mueller
Democratic Jim Speta
48 Republican Michael Connelly Republican Michael Connelly
Democratic Barbara Green
49 Republican Timothy L. Schmitz Republican Timothy L. Schmitz
Democratic Jennifer Barconi
50 Republican Kay Hatcher Republican Kay Hatcher
Democratic Linda Healy
51 Republican Ed Sullivan, Jr. Republican Ed Sullivan, Jr.
Democratic Steve Riess
52 Republican Mark H. Beaubien, Jr. Republican Mark H. Beaubien, Jr.
53 Republican Sidney Mathias Republican Sidney Mathias
Democratic Linda Birnbaum
54 Republican Suzanne Bassi lost in primary Republican Tom Morrison
Democratic Matt Flamm
55 Republican Randy Ramey, Jr. Republican Randy Ramey, Jr.
Democratic Gregory Brownfield
56 Democratic Paul D. Froehlich retired Democratic Michelle Mussman
Republican Ryan Higgins
57 Democratic Elaine Nekritz Democratic Elaine Nekritz
Republican Richard Hamen
58 Democratic Karen May Democratic Karen May
Republican Lauren Turelli
59 Democratic Carol Sente Democratic Carol Sente
Republican Dan Sugue
60 Democratic Eddie Washington died June 4, 2010 Democratic Rita Mayfield
61 Republican JoAnn D. Osmond Republican JoAnn D. Osmond
Democratic Scott D. Pollock
62 Republican Sandy Cole Republican Sandy Cole
Democratic Rich Voltair
63 Democratic Jack D. Franks Democratic Jack D. Franks
Republican John O'Neill
64 Republican Michael Tryon Republican Michael W. Tryon
Democratic Robert Kaempfe
65 Republican Rosemary Mulligan Republican Rosemary Mulligan
Democratic Wendy Gruen
66 Democratic Mark L. Walker Democratic Mark L. Walker
Republican David Harris
67 Democratic Charles E. Jefferson Democratic Charles E. Jefferson
Republican Robert E. Brokish, Jr.
68 Republican Dave Winters Republican Dave Winters
Democratic Marla Jean Wilson
Green Gerry Woods
69 Republican Ronald A. Wait xx Republican Joe Sosnowski
Democratic Ray Pendzinski
Green Dan Lindsey
70 Republican Robert W. Pritchard Republican Robert W. Pritchard
71 Democratic Mike Boland xx Democratic Dennis Ahern
Republican Richard Morthland
72 Democratic Patrick J. Verschoore Democratic Patrick J. Verschoore
Republican Mark Lioen
73 Republican David R. Leitch Republican David R. Leitch
74 Republican Donald L. Moffitt Republican Donald L. Moffitt
Democratic Elizabeth Double
75 Democratic Careen M. Gordon Democratic Careen M. Gordon
Republican Sue Rezin
76 Democratic Frank J. Mautino Democratic Frank J. Mautino
77 Republican Angelo Saviano Republican Angelo Saviano
78 Democratic Deborah L. Graham Democratic Camille Lilly
79 Democratic Lisa M. Dugan Democratic Lisa M. Dugan
Republican Nick Been
Green George Ochsenfeld
80 Democratic Anthony DeLuca Democratic Anthony DeLuca
81 Republican Renee Kosel Democratic John G. Unhoch
Republican Renee Kosel
82 Republican Jim Durkin Republican Jim Durkin
Democratic Matthew T. Mostowik
83 Democratic Linda Chapa LaVia Democratic Linda Chapa LaVia
84 Republican Tom Cross Republican Tom Cross
Democratic Dennis Grosskopf
85 Democratic Emily McAsey Democratic Emily McAsey
Republican Maripat Oliver
86 Democratic Jack McGuire Democratic Jack McGuire
Republican Ryan Eggert
87 Republican Bill Mitchell Republican Bill Mitchell
Democratic George H. Wissmiller
88 Republican Dan Brady Republican Dan Brady
89 Republican Jim Sacia Republican Jim Sacia
Democratic Victoria F. Grizzoffi
90 Republican Jerry L. Mitchell Republican Jerry L. Mitchell
Democratic Kenneth J. Novak
91 Democratic Michael K. Smith Democratic Michael K. Smith
Republican Michael D. Unes
92 Democratic Jehan Gordon Democratic Jehan Gordon
Republican Jim Montelongo
93 Republican Jil Tracy Republican Jil Tracy
94 Republican Richard P. Myers Republican Richard P. Myers
Democratic Earl W. Godt II
95 Republican Mike Fortner Republican Mike Fortner
Democratic Maria Owens
96 Republican Darlene Senger Republican Darlene Senger
Democratic Dawn DeSart
97 Republican Jim Watson Republican Jim Watson
98 Democratic Betsy Hannig xx Democratic Charles Landers
Republican Wayne Arthur Rosenthal
99 Republican Raymond Poe Republican Raymond Poe
Democratic Kent E. DeLay
100 Republican Rich Brauer Republican Rich Brauer
101 Democratic Robert F. Flider Democratic Robert F. Flider
Republican Adam M. Brown
Republican Mark Scranton (withdrawn)
102 Republican Ron Stephens Republican Ron Stephens
Independent Deena Dailey
103 Democratic Naomi Jakobsson Democratic Naomi Jakobsson
Republican Norman E. Davis
104 Republican William B. Black xx Republican Chad Hays
Democratic Michael Puhr
105 Republican Shane Cultra Republican Shane Cultra
Green Vince LaMie
106 Republican Keith P. Sommer Republican Keith P. Sommer
107 Republican John Cavaletto Republican John Cavaletto
Democratic Joshua Qualls
108 Republican David Reis Republican David Reis
109 Republican Roger L. Eddy Republican Roger L. Eddy
Democratic Tim Cyr
110 Republican Chapin Rose Republican Chapin Rose
Democratic Dennis Malak
111 Democratic Daniel V. Beiser Democratic Daniel V. Beiser
112 Democratic Jay C. Hoffman Democratic Jay C. Hoffman
Republican Dwight Kay
113 Democratic Thomas Holbrook Democratic Thomas Holbrook
Republican Joseph F. Avellone
114 Democratic Eddie Lee Jackson Democratic Eddie Lee Jackson
115 Republican Mike Bost Republican Mike Bost
Green Charlie Howe
116 Democratic Dan Reitz Democratic Dan Reitz
Republican Glenn C. Farley
117 Democratic John E. Bradley Democratic John E. Bradley
118 Democratic Brandon W. Phelps Democratic Brandon W. Phelps

Notable races

District 54

Long-time Republican incumbent Suzanne Bassi, a moderate, lost in the primary to conservative Tom Morrison (campaign site, PVS), co-owner of a Servpro franchise with his brother, in an upset. Morrison is facing Democratic nominee Matt Flamm (campaign site, PVS), senior partner in a business and real estate law practice in Chicago.[1][2] The Pioneer Press endorsed Flamm on October 14, 2010.[3]

The 54th District includes portions of Palatine, Barrington, Barrington Hills, Inverness, Hoffman Estates and Rolling Meadows.

  • Daily Herald candidate questionnaire
  • Campaign contributions at National Institute for Money in State Politics: Suzanne Bassi, Matt Flamm, Tom Morrison

See also


  1. ^ Morrison stuns Bassi in 54th, Stephanie Kohl, Pioneer Press, February 2, 2010
  2. ^ Bassi loses to Morrison in 54th House District GOP primary, Kim Pohl, Daily Herald, February 2, 2010
  3. ^ Endorsement: Flamm for 54th, editorial, Pioneer Press, October 14, 2010
  • General Election 2010: Offices and Candidates from the Illinois State Board of Elections

External links

  • Illinois State Board of Elections
  • Illinois General Assembly - Illinois State Representatives, 96th General Assembly
  • Illinois House of Representatives elections, 2010 at Ballotpedia
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