Who Won Illinois Elections in 2014?
Incumbent Governor Pat Quinn ran for re-election to a second full term, but lost to Republican businessman Bruce Rauner. Rauner carried every county except Cook County (Chicago).
Democrat incumbent U.S. Senator Dick Durbin won a fourth term over challenger Jim Oberweis.
Two incumbent Democrat members of the House lost their re-election bids. Brad Schneider fell to Bob Dold in the 10th District, and Mike Bost defeated Bill Enyart in the 12th District.
|1st District||Bobby Rush||DEM||Incumbent||73.1%|
|2nd District||Robin Kelly||DEM||Incumbent||78.5%|
|3rd District||Dan Lipinski||DEM||Incumbent||64.6%|
|4th District||Luis V Gutierrez||DEM||Incumbent||78.1%|
|5th District||Mike Quigley||DEM||Incumbent||63.2%|
|6th District||Peter Roskam||REP||Incumbent||67.1%|
|7th District||Danny K Davis||DEM||Incumbent||85.1%|
|8th District||Tammy Duckworth||DEM||Incumbent||55.7%|
|9th District||Jan Schakowsky||DEM||Incumbent||66.1%|
|10th District||Bob Dold||REP||51.3%|
|11th District||Bill Foster||DEM||Incumbent||53.5%|
|12th District||Mike Bost||REP||52.5%|
|13th District||Rodney Davis||REP||Incumbent||58.7%|
|14th District||Randy Hultgren||REP||Incumbent||65.4%|
|15th District||John Shimkus||REP||Incumbent||74.9%|
|16th District||Adam Kinzinger||REP||Incumbent||70.6%|