Close results so far in race for Democratic primary for MWRD board

A tight three-way race has emerged for the third place in the Democratic Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Board primary Tuesday night, according to the unofficial vote count.

Challengers Patricia Flynn of Crestwood, Heather Boyle of Norridge and Hanover Park Village Clerk Eira Corral Sepulveda are separated by less than 4,000 votes, with around 85 percent of precincts reporting. Flynn had 146,762 votes, Boyle had 145,148 votes and Sepulveda had 142,986 votes.

Far ahead were incumbents Kimberly Neely DuBuclet of Chicago with 206,884 votes and incumbent Cameron "Cam" Davis of Evanston with 171,125 votes. They were endorsed by the Cook County Democratic Party, along with Sepulveda.

If they prevail, DuBuclet, Davis and Flynn will be named the three Democrats on the November ballot.

Based on incomplete returns, incumbent Frank Avila of Chicago had 137,999 votes, good for sixth place.

Michael Grace of LaGrange, who was the big spender in the race, having loaned his campaign $109,000, had 105,539 votes. Mike Cashman of Chicago had 66,752 votes; Sundar Lin of Chicago had 40,278 votes; and Deyon Dean of Riverdale had 39,179 votes.

Cameron "Cam" Davis
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