Disclaimer: The Voter Photo ID Law is in effect as of April 2015. The documents in this communication may contain outdated information on the Voter Photo ID Law.
The Government Accountability Board has certified official results of the November 4, 2014 General Election. Official results are available here.
Statewide Transporation Fund Referendum Approved
Voters approved a statewide referendum about creation of a Transportation Fund on the ballot. . Click here for an explanation of the referendum.
Lists of Candidates and Referendum Questions
The most current lists of Candidates on the Ballot, Registered Write-in Candidates and referendum questions (2014 General Referendums) are attached below. The Excel spreadsheet below contains a list of all candidates for the 2014 General Election, with contact information based on their campaign committees and declaration of candidacy forms. Approved write-in candidates will not appear on the ballot but their votes will be tallied and listed separately on the canvass.
Offices to be Elected
This election is for Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Representative in Congress, State Senator (odd-numbered districts) Representatives to the Assembly (all districts). County offices up for election are Sheriff, Clerk of Circuit Court and Coroner (where applicable).
Reporting Units and Polling Places
Attached below are three spreadsheets containing information about reporting units and polling places that may be helpful to news media covering the election and other interested groups who may be tracking election results.