UPDATED AT 3:00 P.M.
The day after the election, the Rep. D'Amico's campaign provided the following statement.
"It's an honor to be re-elected as State Representative of the 15th District. As always, I will do my best to serve the district and the state of Illinois to the best of my ability."
UPDATED AT 10:57 p.m.
Democratic incumbent John D'Amico has once again won the 15th Illinois House District seat, running this year in an uncontested race.
D'Amico was elected to office in 2004 in the state's typically Democratic 15th district, which includes part of Chicago’s Northwest Side, Niles, Morton Grove and Glenview.
At 10:56 p.m., with 45 of 46 precincts reporting, D'Amico had received 12,024 votes.
D'Amico is an advocate of stricter driver's licence requirement, and at one time supported legislation to increase the legal driving age to 18 — a measure that did not pass.
D’Amico, is a foreman with the Chicago water department and shared an office in Chicago with his aunt, Alderman Margaret Laurino of the city’s 39th Ward.
Patch will be updating election results on this page throughout the evening.Candidates Percentage Total Votes Precincts Reporting John D'Amico 100%
11,351 42 of 46
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