La Salle County had two contested state representative races. The other races are uncontested.
Republican Jed Davis claimed victory against Heidi Henry for a seat in the General Assembly against incumbent David Allen Welter in the Republican primary, representing the 75th District.
Davis announced his win in the election on Instagram on Tuesday night. He is a trustee of the village of Newark and board president of Parkview Christian Academy in Yorkville.
According to unofficial results as of 10:55 p.m., Davis held a 21,690 to 14,046 vote lead.
Henry was slated to run for state representative by the Democratic Party chairs. Henry is the founder of Acres of Peace Therapeutic Center for Veterans and is the owner of Woodland Meadows Stables.
Lance Yednock (D-Ottawa) claimed victory in his third term against Jason Haskell, a Peru Republican, reporting at 10:30 p.m. that Haskell had called to concede.
“All I can say is I am completely humbled and honored to be the representative in Springfield for the 76th District,” Yednock said. “My team worked hard and the reason we were reelected is because we spent time listening to our constituents.”
Yednock has said he believes the top three legislative issues facing his district are related to infrastructure, state spending and broadband technology.
The district has been redrawn to include DeKalb County, along with La Salle, Bureau and Putnam counties.
Republican Bradley J. Fritts was uncontested in the 74th District after defeating Li Arellano in the primary, Republican Dennis Tipsword Jr. was uncontested in the 105th District after defeating three challengers in the primary and Republican Thomas Bennett was uncontested in the 106th District.
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November 8, 2022 at 11:22PM