Who Won Illinois Elections in 2006?

Governor Rod Blagojevich
Nov 7, 2006

Illinois incumbent Democratic Governor Rod Blagojevich (pictured) won re-election in 2006 over GOP challenger Judy Baar Topinka.

In the 2006 Illinois Congressional elections, incumbents ran in and won 17 of the 19 districts - including Jerry F Costello who ran unopposed in Illinois' 12th District. Republican Peter Roskam won the open seat in the 6th District of Illinois, while Democrat Phil Hare won the open seat in the 17th District.

Governor Rod Blagojevich DEM Incumbent 49.8%
House Of Representatives
1st District Bobby Rush DEM Incumbent 84.1%
2nd District Jesse Jackson Jr DEM Incumbent 84.8%
3rd District Dan Lipinski DEM Incumbent 77.1%
4th District Luis V Gutierrez DEM Incumbent 85.8%
5th District Rahm Emanuel DEM Incumbent 78.0%
6th District Peter Roskam REP 51.4%
7th District Danny K Davis DEM Incumbent 86.7%
8th District Melissa Bean DEM Incumbent 50.9%
9th District Jan Schakowsky DEM Incumbent 74.6%
10th District Mark Kirk REP Incumbent 53.4%
11th District Jerry Weller REP Incumbent 55.1%
12th District Jerry Costello DEM Incumbent Unopposed
13th District Judy Biggert REP Incumbent 58.3%
14th District Dennis Hastert REP Incumbent 59.8%
15th District Tim V Johnson REP Incumbent 57.6%
16th District Don Manzullo REP Incumbent 63.6%
17th District Phil Hare DEM