(KFVS) - March 20 is when voting took place in the Illinois primary. Here is a voting guide of the candidates and who won each seat.
The incumbent is Republican Bruce Rauner who is running for re-election. This would be his second term as governor.
In Illinois, the Governor runs with a running mate.
Incumbent Lisa Madigan announced she is not seeking re-election.
SECRETARY OF STATE
Democratic incumbent Jesse White has served since 1999. White has won several re-elections and has served as Cook County Recorder of Deeds.
Jesse White is the longest-serving and first African American to hold the position of Secretary of State. He's a former member of the Illlinois State house. He's also a veteran – having served in the Army's 101st Airborne Division and a member of the IL National Guard.
The Democratic incumbent Susanna Mendoza is running for re-election. She said that she gets asked a lot of questions!
Darlene Senger is a former member of the Illinois House where she served from 2009 - 2015. Senger said, "the Governor outlined a responsible spending plan that prioritizes education, healthcare and infrastructure," after his most recent Budget address. She has been promoted in several magazine articles such as, "Women to Watch."
Incumbent Democrat Michael W. Frerichs is running for re-election.
Michael W. Frerichs has been in office since 2015 and previously served in the IL State Senate representing the 52nd district. Frerichs said on his website he is, "encouraging savings plans for college and trade school, increasing financial education among all ages, removing barriers to a secure retirement, and protecting residents from predatory companies."
12th DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL SEAT
Republican incumbent Mike Bost was first elected in 2014.
Preston Nelson is a libertarian candidate seeking the Republican nomination. He is a former international model, currently works for a wireless internet company in Marion, and at age 27 would become the youngest representative of Congress.
STATE SENATOR 59TH DISTRICT
Republican incumbent Dale Fowler is seeking re-election.
Dale Fowler is the only Republican or Democratic candidate running. He has served in this position since January 2017. He is the former mayor of Harrisburg. Sen. Fowler serves as the Republican Spokesperson for the Commerce and Economic Development Committee, and is a member of the Agriculture, Gaming, Higher Education, and Transportation committees, according to his website.
STATE HOUSE 115TH DISTRICT
Republican incumbent Terri Bryant is seeking re-election
STATE HOUSE 118TH DISTRICT
Incumbent Natalie Phelps Finnie is seeking re-election