Who Won Illinois Elections in 2004?

Barack Obama
Date: 
Nov 2, 2004

Democratic candidate Barack Obama easily won the open Senate seat in the 2004 Illinois elections. All the incumbent congressmen won re-election in Illinois, except for Philip Crane in Illinois' 8th District - he lost to Melissa L Bean.

John Kerry won Illinois' 21 electoral votes.

Senate
Winner
Senate Barack Obama DEM 70.0%
House Of Representatives
Winner
1st District Bobby Rush DEM Incumbent 84.9%
2nd District Jesse Jackson Jr DEM Incumbent 88.5%
3rd District Dan Lipinski DEM 72.6%
4th District Luis V Gutierrez DEM Incumbent 83.6%
5th District Rahm Emanuel DEM Incumbent 76.2%
6th District Henry Hyde REP Incumbent 55.8%
7th District Danny K Davis DEM Incumbent 86.1%
8th District Melissa Bean DEM 51.7%
9th District Jan Schakowsky DEM Incumbent 75.7%
10th District Mark Kirk REP Incumbent 64.1%
11th District Jerry Weller REP Incumbent 58.7%
12th District Jerry Costello DEM Incumbent 69.5%
13th District Judy Biggert REP Incumbent 65.0%
14th District Dennis Hastert REP Incumbent 68.6%
15th District Tim V Johnson REP Incumbent 61.1%
16th District Don Manzullo REP Incumbent 69.1%
17th District Lane Evans DEM Incumbent 60.7%
18th District Ray LaHood REP Incumbent 70.2%
19th District John Shimkus REP Incumbent 69.4%