Illinois Elections
2014 Illinois Gubernatorial Election  

Upcoming Primaries
Tuesday, September 9th, 2014




Electoral Votes:  
  Pat Quinn (D)

    The was held on Tuesday, March 18th, 2014.
    The was held on Tuesday, March 18th, 2014.
    The will be held on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014.
    The Senate seat currently held by Dick Durbin will be up for election in 2014.    More
    The gubernatorial seat currently held by Pat Quinn will be up for election in 2014.
    Illinois Secretary of State, Division of Elections
    Democratic Party of Illinois
    Republican Party of Illinois

   Election 2014 The Illinois Gubernatorial seat to be contested is currently held by democrat Pat Quinn.
   2014 Election Pat Quinn was sworn in on January 29th, 2009 and is serving his second term in office.
   2014 Election Pat Quinn is eligible for re-election in 2014 and has declared his candidacy.

2014 Illinois Democratic Primary Gubernatorial Candidates

Pat Quinn

Incumbent Governor of Illinois
Democratic Nominee      Quinn campaign website

Tio Hardiman

Former director of CeaseFire Illinois
Defeated Democratic Candidate     

Bill Daley

Former White House Chief of Staff
Withdrawn Democratic Candidate     
2014 Illinois Republican Primary Gubernatorial Candidates

Bruce Rauner

Republican Nominee      Rauner campaign website

Bill Brady

Member of the Illinois Senate (44th District)
Defeated Republican Candidate     

Kirk Dillard

Member of the Illinois Senate (24th District)
Defeated Republican Candidate     

Dan Rutherford

State Treasurer of Illinois
Defeated Republican Candidate     
2014 Illinois Third Party Gubernatorial Candidates

Chad Grimm

Declared Libertarian Candidate      Grimm campaign website

Michael Oberline

Constitution Party Nominee      Oberline campaign website

Scott Summers

Attorney, author and former trustee at McHenry County College
Declared Green Party Candidate     

The inclusion, removal, candidacy status and political positions of all candidates will be periodically reviewed and updated until the 2014 midterm elections. Feedback, suggestions, comments and/or corrections should be directed to our editorial staff