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Tri States Public Radio and NPR News will provide you with updated stories from all of our local and national elections between now and November. The NPR News element below will be updated constantly, and will sometimes provide live coverage and audio from important events leading up to the November elections. You can find all of our local coverage after the jump.Election 2012 News From NPR

Election Results from West Central Illinois

Randy Frese won the Republican primary for state representative, while the results were a mixed bag for local governments with referenda on the ballot.

Here is a list of results:

City of Macomb

Referendum to hold city elections in April, with a February primary only if more than four candidates run for a single office, and then only for that office.

Yes  82%

No  18%

Knox County

Referendum to increase the public safety tax by 25-cents to help fund the 911 center.

Yes  29%

No   71%

Monmouth-Roseville School District

Referendum to increase the education fund tax rate.

Yes  37%

No   63%

Fulton County

Referendum on a one-percent county sales tax to benefit schools

Yes  54%

No   46%

Fulton County

Referendum to create a Public Building Commission to build, purchase, or renovate public facilities such as the courthouse.

Yes  22%

No   78%

Nauvoo-Colusa School District

Referendum to increase the education fund tax rate from 2.00 to 2.55.

Yes  80%

No   20%

Pike County

Referendum on a one-cent sales tax. Revenues to be split among the county’s four school districts.

Yes  67%

No   33%

City of Monmouth

Referendum for electric aggregation

Yes  64%

No   36%

City of Cuba

Referendum for electric aggregation

Yes  64%

No  36%

94th District State Representative

Republican Primary

Randy Frese    70%

Marshall Schrader  30%

Schuyler County Sheriff

Republican Primary

Bill Redshaw  54%

Timothy Wright  46%

Birmingham Township

Referendum to levy a new tax for cemetery purposes.

Yes  60%

No   40%

Birmingham Township

Referendum to increase the aggregate extension.

Yes  54%

No   46%

Fulton County Treasurer

Democratic Primary

Victoria Harper  65%

Justin Nelson   35%

Henderson County Sheriff

Democratic Primary

Steven Haynes  73%

Steve Henshaw  21%

David Hinshaw   6%

Henderson County Clerk and Recorder

Republican Primary

Amanda Van Arsdale Rousonelos   55%

Kelli Vancil    45%

Rich is TSPR's News Director.