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Gov. Quinn has declared a state of emergency in the wake of flooding throughout the Chicago area.
Now that the polls have closed, follow our site for live results to learn who won and by how much in all your Batavia races. We'll be updating this post throughout the night as votes are tallied.
Though some say it will enhance an important downtown district, others are not pleased by the city's decision to move forward with a proposal to install an arch at the entry to North River Street.
See how Kane County—which has nearly 1,000 federal employees—compares to the rest of Illinois.
After months and months of political campaigning the races are over and all that remains is for the votes to be tabulated. Results for Congress, state and local races will be shared here once final vote totals are announced.
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