Illinois State Rep. 52nd District: McSweeney Leads with 40 Percent of Vote

Updates throughout the night on the Republicans wanting to represent the party in the general election.

A three-way race is brewing in the 52nd House District. Incumbent Kent Gaffney and contenders David McSweeney and Danielle Rowe are all vying to represent the Republican Party in the November election.

Candidate Percentage Total votes Kent Gaffney 34.68 2,237 David McSweeney 39.94% 2,576 Danielle Rowe 25.38% 1,637

(57/57 precincts reporting) 11:03 P.M. 

Results do not include provisional and late absentee ballots but do include write-in candidates. 


Rep. Gaffney was appointed to fill the remaining term of .

The 52nd district has a wide reach, representing parts of Lake, Cook and Kane counties, which includes parts of Cary, Algonquin and Lake in the Hills.

On March 20, 2012, Republican voters will be asked to choose one candidate to face their Democratic challenger. 



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