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Cicero Town President Race

Larry Dominick  was re-elected town president in Cicero.

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With 25 of 33 precincts reporting, WGN is declaring Larry Dominick  the winner in the Cicero town president race.

Dominick will be president for a third term.

Dominick has 61 percent of the vote.

Juan Ochoa has 30 percent and Joseph Pontarelli has 9 percent.

Dominick has been accused of corruption and nepotism.

In the campaign for this race, Dominick has been accused of voter intimidation and fraud. He has denied those claims.

Juan Ochoa concedes to Larry Dominick in the Cicero town president race.

Betty Loren-Maltese reacts to Larry Dominick winning a third term as Cicero’s town president

It’s election day for voters in Illinois 2nd Congressional District and in Southwest suburban Cicero.

Incumbent Larry Dominick is vying for a third term.

Dominick has been accused of corruption and nepotism. In the campaign for this race, Dominick has been accused of voter intimidation and fraud. He has denied those claims.

Dominick’s challengers include Juan Ochoa and Joe Pontarelli.

Pontarelli is Cicero’s former senior services director.

Ochoa is the former chief executive of the government agency that runs McCormick Place.

Ochoa tried to get Dominick thrown off the ballot because he hasn’t paid fees on his private business. Ochoa also claimed Dominick did not get proper work permits for some home repairs.

If there is no clear winner today, a run-off election will be held in April between the top two candidates.

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