Your 2021 Election Results
Written by WZND Newsroom on April 6, 2021
Updated at 10:05 p.m.
NORMAL, Ill.- Steady voting in Normal precincts slow to steady in the county, very similar to the 2017 election which saw an 18% turnout county-wide.
McLean County Clerk Kathy Michael said some precincts are running a little bit higher in turnout than 2017 but other precincts, like at Bone, precincts 8 and 30, they’ve had a total of 12 voters thus far.
“Vote totals are not official for two weeks. There are about 400–vote by mail ballots that are still “out there,'” said Michael. “We will have many write-in votes to tally especially from Town of Normal. This takes longer to process so some of those races will have delayed results; perhaps even into Wednesday.”
Results are unofficial as mail-in and absentee ballots may be counted
Results For Normal Mayor 100% of precincts reporting:
Chris Koos won with 52.31% of the vote
Marc Tiritilli -47.69% of the vote
Results For Bloomington Mayor 100% of precincts reporting:
Mike Straza- 36.91% of the vote
Jackie Gunderson- 24.16% of the vote
Mboka Mwilambwe won with 38.71% of the vote
Results For Normal Town Council 100% of precincts reporting:
Kevin McCarthy won with 15.68% of the vote
Chemberly Cummings won with 13.53% of the vote
Scott Preston won with 14.49% of the vote
Donna M. Toney-5.27%
Results For Bloomington Council 100% of precincts reporting:
Jamie Mathy ran un-opposed with 100% of the vote
Sheila Montney won with 68% of the vote
Willie Holton Halbert-32%
Nick Becker won with 58.03% of the vote
Patrick Lawler- 41.97%
Mollie Ward won with 61.49%
Kelby Cumpston- 38.51%
Jim Fruin- 49.50%
Tom Crumpler won with 50.50%
Results For Unit 5 School Board:
Kentrica Coleman is leading.
Stan Gozur is leading.
Jeremy DeHaai is leading.
Results For District 87 School Board:
Brigette Beasley Gibson- 28.05% of the vote
Chuck Irwin 26.63% of the vote
Elizabeth Fox Anvick 27.09% of the vote
Fitzgerald Samedy 18.23% of the vote
Results For Heartland Community College Board:
Candidates for the six-year term:
Joshua Crockett- won with 23.6 % of the vote
Rebecca Ropp- won with 35.4% of the vote
And candidates for the one two-year term:
Cecelia Long- won with 60% of the vote