Hancock County Republicans

 

Hancock CountyDon Little, Chairman
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SB35 (formerly SB600). Chairman Little’s position on Senate Bill 35 is unknown.

 

Precinct Committeemen 2012. Hancock County has 34 precincts. In 2012, only 8 precincts had a candidate for Republican Precinct Committeeman. No Republican ran in 26 precincts.

 

Precinct Committeemen 2010. In 2010, Hancock County had 35 precincts. Only 8 precincts had a candidate for Republican Precinct Committeeman. No Republican ran in 27 precincts.

 

2012 Presidential Race. In the 2012 Presidential election, the county supported Republican Mitt Romney 56-39% over Democrat Barack Obama.

 

2008 Presidential Race. In the 2008 Presidential election, the county supported Republican John McCain 55-43% over Democrat Barack Obama.

 

2004 Presidential Race. In the 2004 Presidential election, the county supported Republican George W. Bush 59-40% over Democrat John Kerry.

 

About Hancock County. Hancock County was part of the “Military Tract” set aside by Congress to reward veterans of the War of 1812. Actual settlement of the interior of the County was delayed by concerns about hostile American Indians. After their defeat in the Blackhawk War in 1832, settlement proceeded quickly.

 

Hancock County was formed, on January 13 1825, out of Pike County. Its county seat is Carthage, Illinois.

 

Hancock County was named for John Hancock, a prominent figure of the Revolutionary period, a Major General of the militia, President of the Continental Congress, first signer of the Declaration of Independence, and first Governor of the State of Massachusetts. Learn More

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